Strawberry Festival is filled with yummy mouth water fruity goodness

The Strawberry Festival is filled with yummy mouth water fruity goodness. We had so much fun picking our own strawberries at Ottawa Farms. We enjoyed fresh strawberries, homemade ice cream, a camel ride ( we really just watched), arts & crafts, live music, the list goes on and on. 17th Annual Strawberry Festival We started the 17th annual Strawberry Festival off with free parking and $5 per person to enter.  Our first adventure was petting a baby Continue reading

Instant Pot Easy Pork chop, Rice, and Veggies

Hi, fellow homeschoolers. We just made the most delicious meal in our Instant Pot Easy Pork chop, Rice, and Veggies. It was so yummy that everyone had second and my pickiest eater had thirds.  This one step recipe that only takes an hour to cook in an IP. Instant Pot Easy Pork chop, Rice, and Veggies Print Instant Pot Easy Porkchop, Rice, and Vegies Serves: 4-6 Ingredients 4 Pork chops cubed 1 bag frozen vegetables 3 cups Continue reading

Unschool survival skill: learning how to gut a fish at Brooks Lake

To be honest with everyone, I know absolutely nothing about fishing, what kind of reel you should use and especially how to gut a fish.   I honestly really have no desire to learn how to kill and gut any animal, and I like the idea that food magically ends up in the grocery store and no animals were hurt before I eat them (Chrissie land is wonderful place, LOL).  I do however want the girls Continue reading

Brown Paper Bag Lemon Popcorn

My daughter favorite food in the whole world is popcorn.  Really, she eats her favorite food for breakfast, lunch, dinner and several snacks during the day.  Honestly if I would let her that all she would ever eat, but since she is he size of a bean pole I make her eat other meals.  This recipe is one of her favorites and so much healthier than the store-bought microwave popcorn.  Please make sure to follow Continue reading

Quick and Easy Colored Lemon Pancakes so easy kids can make them

Since summer has begun and we are staying up late and sleeping in the morning. I thought it would be fun for the kids to make colored lemon pancakes.  These pancakes are so easy that kids can make them by themselves with our new induction cook top. My kids love using our new induction cooktop which boils water in minutes and as soon as you remove the pan the top is instantly cool, so it Continue reading

Five Ways to Save on your Grocery Bill and Roadschool or Unschool Lesson Ideas

Saving money while you travel is very important, and it is a very good lesson for the kids.  We all know it is getting more expensive to live and eat, so saving money anywhere you can help out greatly.  Another problem we Roadschoolers have is that we all live in a home on wheels that is about the size of a New York apartment or maybe your first studio apartment when you attended college (about 300 Continue reading