Lessons to Learn @ the Lincoln Memorial

We trekked up the stairs and stood in the same spot where Martin Luther King gave his “I Have a Dream Speech” in 1963. This was a memory we needed to cherish. For most people coming to the Lincoln Memorial is about seeing the statue and taking pictures. For us it was the same- but … Continue reading Lessons to Learn @ the Lincoln Memorial

Rainy Day Roadschooling: 4 Must Have Items

Roadschooling your kids while you travel fulltime can offer a ‘world’ of outdoor learning opportunities. But what ways can families continue their learning, when the weather traps them inside all day, where they have limited space and supplies? Good Question This was a major concern we had, when we packed our RV for the very … Continue reading Rainy Day Roadschooling: 4 Must Have Items

Roadschool: Why & How We Started

Our family was your average American family, back when we were convinced enrolling our kids in private, then public schools was the right thing to do. We woke up early in the mornings to get our oldest off the school. This usually consisted of begging her to get out of the bed, washed up and … Continue reading Roadschool: Why & How We Started

Roadschooling hands on learning

Recently our family did a behind the scenes tour at Santa Fe College Teaching Zoo. As part of our Florida Coastline Tour, we visited the campus and met with faculty and students to learn about what the training zookeepers do on a daily basis. Our kids love animals. In fact we've had the idea of … Continue reading Roadschooling hands on learning

6 Roadschooling Supply Must Haves

Every year there is a soft rumble at the neighborhood Walmart when school supply list are published. Parents grab a list for each of the children and make their way to the store aisles to quickly grab all the latest supplies for their kids. It’s become comical to us, how we used to behave! This … Continue reading 6 Roadschooling Supply Must Haves