Our family is so excited for the solar eclipse to arrive on Monday, Aug 21st. We had planned on attending one of the Fulltime families solar eclipse event but our plans changed. Though we will miss our Fulltime families and all the festivities, in Unschool fashion we plan to make it amazing. Follow along with us as we make several kinds pin hole cameras, and learn about the solar eclipse. Most stores are out of the Continue reading →
Really, Isabelle, my daughter became a small business owner and sells her jewelry on Amazon Handmade. She really started this two years ago but this year she decided to get serious. Any child or adult can own their own business, make a product and sell it online. Now, will it pay your bills, let you quit that job? Honestly, that is up to you and how much you work to make your dreams come true. Continue reading →
Have you been to a sailboat race, watched a cigarette boat race? A homemade boat race is exhilarating, exciting, and one of the funniest events we have ever seen. We have spent the last week with 50 families that travel fulltime in an RV. The Fulltime Families Colonial Times Rally was a weekend to remember but the best part of the whole weekend was the homemade boat race. Tall Pines Campground offered fun activities before and after Continue reading →
I love Unschooling, and the thing I love the most is that it can be as relaxed as I like it to be. I usually take the very relaxed approach because why make things harder than they need to be. We recently went to the beach and had an Unschooled class at the Beach. We had a lot of fun looking at the animal, birds, water, waves, shells, sand, people watching and hiked for miles Continue reading →
Flint Knapping is slowly becoming a lost art and (as we found out) is a very dangerous one. Tom Lucas who is a local artist and ancient native tool expert gave an amazing stone chipping demonstration otherwise known as flintknapping. A technique used by native Americans and passed down through generations, though Mr. Lucas was self-taught. Tom Lucas taught himself, as a boy, flint knapping through trial and error. He was extremely entertaining and told several Continue reading →
St. Patrick’s Day is one of our favorite holidays. Our hometown, Savannah, Ga has one of the biggest celebrations and with our last name, McIntyre we love everything Irish. This week Hugs and Munchy started working on their Fulltime Families Explorer Badges. These badges are a cross between Girl Scouts, Boy Scouts, and Guides but without the tedious parts taken out and designed for kids traveling full-time. The FtF Explorer Program is a family-centered program Continue reading →
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