Aug 10, 2016

Roadschooling 101: Free planning tool!

Your guide to educational adventures,
 the Roadschool Moms' Roadschool Planner tool is FREE for a limited time!

You may have heard of homeschooling.
But have you heard of roadschooling?

     Right now, thousands of kids are getting ready to get back to their roadschool!  Like traditional homeschoolers, these students learn in their familiar "home" environment, with their parents serving predominantly as their home-educator. Roadschoolers and homeschoolers might even utilize the same curriculum for subjects like math, writing, foreign languages, etc...but that's where the similarity ends. The youngest segment of America's full-time RVing population, these kids are on the road with their parents, exploring the country and learning history, geology, geography, social studies and science via hands-on activities and first hand experiences. 

     A weekly internet radio show, Roadschool Moms ( provides tips, advice and connections to America's roadschool families across the miles, and just released the 2016 - 2017 edition of their number one selling tool, The Roadschool Planner. Whether you're a roadschooler or a family who's looking to add some educational value to your next family adventure, this planner is the perfect place to keep track of “what you want to learn where." Like no other planner available, this print-on-demand tool can be personalized for each of your students. It integrates your travels with learning opportunities so you don’t miss valuable lessons, enabling you to easily capitalize on your journey – making your time on the road a true learning adventure!

To get your free copy of the Roadschool Planner click here!

Kimberly Travaglino is the author of How to Hit the Road, a comprehensive step-by-step guide for making your family's full time RV dreams a reality. She is the co-founder of Fulltime Families, a company that supports risk takers, pioneers, and enlightened families blazing their own path across the country. 

Visit Fulltime Families to learn more about full-time RVing with your family today!

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