Difference in Cost for Unschool vs Normal School

Lets take a look at the difference in Cost for Unschool vs Normal School. Rising cost for the school year is sometimes very hard on a family wallet and hard to understand when the public schools should be “free”.  The school system is leaning on families to pick up the bill as they cut school funding.  Like extra activities, such as art, sports, and music.  I wanted to show a comparison of what my family cost are for Unschooling Continue reading

Hiking around Jenny Lake and Moose Ponds in the Grand Tetons National Park

National Parks are great for hiking, seeing wildlife, and discovering historical sites, and magnificent views.  We visited Grand Teton National Park and hiked around Jenny Lake and Moose Ponds.  The hike according to our Top Trail Hiking book said it was only 7 miles, well maintained, kid friendly and not very crowded.  All I can tell you is don’t believe everything you read. We did enjoy our walk and might do it again once we Continue reading

Zion and Bryce National Parks

The word that comes to mind when I think about our drive through Zion and Bryce National Parks is majestic.  We have been in Beaver Utah for the last week trying to do some research on Alaska and avoid the snow (it didn’t work).  By the way, Beaver, Utah is  where the Morman’s came to settle into Utah.  We received several brochures with the history of the town, I am probably the only one that Continue reading

What is Roadschooling? Get free passes to parks, museums and zoos

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People keep coming out with different slogans to describe new things.  As a result, the new term for this year is Road Schooling. So what is Roadschooling?  It actually is pretty easy to explain:  it is school on the road.  This can be incorporated into any curriculum such as homeschooling, Unschooling, or kids that go to Normal school. Road school could be a trip to the zoo to learn about animals, and their habitats.  Some families travel around world, Continue reading