A Unschool math curriculum is kind of funny term since most unschoolers don’t use any kind of curriculum. Most Unschoolers let their child learn from life or use the world as their classroom. Unschooling is a self-directed learning where the child decides what they want to learn and how they want to learn it and we “as parent” guide them on their educational adventure. I honestly believe that if you want to use curriculum as a Continue reading →
Saving money while you travel is very important, and it is a very good lesson for the kids. We all know it is getting more expensive to live and eat, so saving money anywhere you can helps out greatly. Another problem we Roadschoolers have is that we all live in a home on wheels that is about the size of a New York apartment or maybe your first studio apartment when you attended college (about Continue reading →
This is a little introduction to our somewhat exciting life of an 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 Continue reading →
Now there is a great and exciting way to learn math free on Khan Academy’s new app. Science, computer programming, history, art, and economics are also available on this app. We have used Khan Academy off and on for years. The best part about this app is that it’s 100% free. Learn Math Free The iPad app now has extra features like never before. You can do math problems right in the Kahn Academy app on Continue reading →
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