Random words of wisdom about Unschooling and our 10 seconds of fame

 As many of you know our little family got 10 seconds of fame this week by being interviewed for the Good Housekeeping Magazine.  I have to say I was a little excited and worried that this would be another piece on how awful unschooling can be.  To my surprise, Caroline did an amazing job and was a very positive piece.   My Kids Don’t “Do” School and I’m Okay With It However, I wanted to Continue reading

Take a Roadschool Summer Adventure and learn the fun way

Summer is almost upon us and everyone is starting to plan those summer vacation and adventures.  Some may go to our favorite place on earth, Disney World, while others may travel by plane, car or even RV.  Take a Roadschool summer adventure this summer and learn the fun way. The question most parents have, can the kids learn anything while we are vacationing without them knowing? We travel fulltime in an RV and Roadschool or Continue reading

10 Benefits of learning archery while traveling

Archery is one of those sports that you can do anywhere and we have come up with 10 benefits of learning archery while traveling.  Unschooling is about finding things that interest your child and encouraging them to pursue other interest.  For instance, Huggs loves anything to do with art and crafts, and has painted, made polymer clay jewelry, cardboard furniture for her dolls, clay animals for her dolls, sewing, and trying every single art medium Continue reading

On the Road Again to live our nomadic life style

We are so excited because the McIntyres are off again on a great adventure of a lifetime. The road has been calling our name for four months, and we are finally back in the RV to live our nomadic life style. Rubber Ducky has found a job that will allow him to travel and work. We will miss all our friends and family that live in our hometown Savannah, GA, but we are so excited Continue reading

Fulltime Families Castaway Rally in Tampa, Florida

It is always fun to get together with friends and our extended Fulltime Families.  When we started traveling a little over a year ago, we joined an amazing group called the Fulltime Families. They have over 800 members and counting.  The families all travel fulltime in an RV (camper) and homeschool their kids. We  meet with over 30 families at a rally, held twice a year,  in Tampa, Florida. We were so excited that we left early to go Continue reading

Road Trip Teacher and Unschooling Curriculum on the Black Hills

We are a unschooling family and normally do not use a unschooling curriculum but I like to shake things up every now and again.  We have been in the Black Hills for the last week and I thought it would be fun to reinforce what we have learned by using the Road Trip Teacher Study Guide.  The study guides are a great addition for those families that are traveling full-time, taking small vacations this summer or studying Continue reading