Are you interested in traveling full-time and curious how expensive Roadschooling is? Inquiring minds want to know if Roadschooling is expensive and do you need a budget. I will do my best to answer these questions. Road schooling is when you travel and do school on the road incorporating museums, historical sites, zoos, aquariums, and national parks into your curriculum. Sometimes we include online classes, summer camps, 4-H, co-op, or even field trips with local Continue reading →
Finding inexpensive activities in York Pennsylvania with Kids is always a challenge but York offers more than the average town. It is known as the Factory Capital of the World. Kids are welcome at all the tours and most are 100% Free. Factory tours are a great way to learn about the industry, technology, engineering, and potential carriers. We actually came to York because it was less expensive and only an hour from Hershey, PA. Continue reading →
We love taking Unschooling field trips to visit historic sites and our favorite so far was the visit to Old Fort Niagara. The paid entry fee gets a tour guide with 30 other guests, short movie and array of wonderful volunteers. The volunteers were great at answer questions and teaching first hand what it was like to live during that era. I always say life experiences are often be the best teachers. Our tour began with a five minute movie that explained the Continue reading →
This week we got to see the largest collection of millstones in the US. Our Roadschool adventure took us to visit the McHargues Millhouse and bird sanctuary. Unfortunately, all the historical markers were badly weathered and hard to read. We did, in Unschool fashion, google information on the Mill, and learn it was built in 1812 and was a working mill that made three grades of flour, bran, cornmeal, and even wool. The mill drew Continue reading →
We travel fulltime in a 300 square foot home on wheel (an RV) and Roadschool or Unschool along the way. I love telling you’ll about the places we find to explore and visit. We found 12 Zany Roadschool activities in Montgomery, Alabama that are free, almost free or on a very small budget (like ours). With our field trips we also do a little google school (research on the internet) and sometimes when we are really Continue reading →
Can you guess the name of the home for the only President of the Confederacy? It only served from February 1861 until May 1861, when the Confederate capital moved to Richmond, Virginia. This small White house is filled with original period pieces from the 1850s and 1860s. As you enter this white house “Yankee Bob” greeted us with great enthusiasm, and engaged us with all sorts of fun facts about the house. One fun fact Continue reading →
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