Unschool Class at Yellowstone

The best thing about traveling fulltime is getting to see places like the Grand Canyon, Yellowstone and Disney. We love the adventure of getting their and stopping at all the roadside attractions along the way. Today adventure was Unschool class at Yellowstone. What could be more fun than driving around and looking at amazing views, looking for wild animals and watching people.  Today we didn’t follow a curriculum or plan out any activities but drove all Continue reading

Hot Spring swimming pools in Thermopolis, Wyoming

Through the dragon’s mouth, into a long narrow windy road we found a breathtaking ride to the Hot Spring State park in the small town of Thermopolis, Wyoming.  It is a breathtaking ride though the canyon and a great place to stop and go hiking if you so choose.  Our adventure lay ahead at the Hot Springs State Park with a jump into warm healing waters. The Hot Spring State Park offers a FREE Hobo hot Continue reading

Our experience riding the light Rail or RTD in Denver

The Denver Tram or “RTD” is one of the cheapest and most exciting ways to get to the center of Denver, Colorado.  This was super exciting for our kids because they have never ridden on a tram system and the experience was one of a kind.  It is a great way to see the city and it’s out lying areas and get there without the hassle of parking, and  traffic. Luckily we were staying at Cherry Continue reading

A typical Unschoolers Week: All the Boring Stuff Behind the Scene

This is a little introduction to our somewhat exciting life of a Unschooler.  I normally try to post tips on Unschooling, Frequently Asked Questions, and projects that you can do with your kids. Today I wanted to talk about behind the scene stuff and well, honestly, it is a little boring.  These are things we do every day or every week, A typical Unschoolers week, that I just don’t write about because I fear you would Continue reading

What Do Mythology, Egyptians, and Good Storytelling Have in Common?

I love days that are spent with our homeschool family. Well, they weren’t our normal group, but we knew some of the kids at the two classes we went to. What do mythology, Egyptians, and telling a good story have in common? Not a thing, except that two homeschool classes talked about all three subjects. Today our first homeschool class was with Jim Weiss who is a professional story teller for 25 years and has traveled all over Continue reading

Nspire (no, that’s not a typo) Students in Science and Math

Texas Instruments is one of the leading companies helping teachers and students learn science concepts in a deeper, more engaging way, providing ready-to-use lessons that cover essential science topics and build a more profound understanding of the math concepts that research shows are tough to learn.  They offer an easy, accurate, and inexpensive way to get students started with real-world data collection. We were actually given a TI-nspire CX CAS handheld graphing calculator, easytemp temperature sensor, Continue reading