Our first day of Unschooling High school was more fun than our last day of school, which was yesterday. This was actually our second or third day, but whos counting. We homeschool all year and everyday looks a little different. What did your first official school day look like? We started the first day of Unschooling High school by eating breakfast at our favorite restaurant, Sun Rise Cafe, followed by tubing, a boat ride where Continue reading →
Our goal when we visit a new city is to learn the stories of Alabama and its history. The Best place to learn these stories and its history of Alabama is the Alabama Department of Archives and History. The stories begin in the 1700s with native Indians and tell the story of struggles over the land, the rise of a cotton economy, the Civil War, industrialization, world wars, civil rights, and the race to the Continue reading →
From time to time I like to give items for you a Homeschool Kit for every subject that you can use in your homeschool classroom. When your first starting out on your Unschool journey or if things are getting a little stale with the kids these items came in handy to get them on the right track. No matter if you Unschool, homeschool or send your kids to “normal school” you can use these items to Continue reading →
After Santa has made his trip around the world he needs a much-needed vacation. Santa Claus has several cities to choose from around the US. The one here in Georgia is no bigger than a large postcard, (0.28 square feet). Honestly, if you blink driving down State Street you might miss it. Have you guessed yet? That right it’s Santa Claus, Georgia with a population of 293. and dirt roads that line the parameter. This quaint Continue reading →
The best thing about traveling fulltime is getting to see places like the Grand Canyon, Yellowstone and Disney. We love the adventure of getting their and stopping at all the roadside attractions along the way. Today adventure was Unschool class at Yellowstone. What could be more fun than driving around and looking at amazing views, looking for wild animals and watching people. Today we didn’t follow a curriculum or plan out any activities but drove all Continue reading →
Have you ever wondered where Sacagawea was buried? Ok me neither but we found out by accident today because we saw a sign on the way to South Pass City. This is not an easy place to find but luckily I had 3G (which is a miracle in this area) and could look it up on Roadside America. Here is what I found: From Lander drive north on US Hwy 287 to Fort Washakie, about 14 miles. Continue reading →
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