The root of the word School- scholē, is ‘leisure or that in which leisure is employed’.
According to Jennifer Miller, Homeschooling is not a new idea to RVers, but it is the most natural way for Full Time RVers to educate their kids.
RV Homeschooling is a great idea to educate your kids.
10 Tips to Start RV Homeschooling (roadschooling):
- Research and prepare a foolproof syllabus for a short term.
- Improvise your syllabus with respect to how specifically your children can benefit or learn from it.
- No Hard and Fast Rules
- Learn while you teach your children.
- Make sure you periodically camp with other kids and provide peer education for your kids.
- Set up convenient equivalents of Grades (like Primary, Upper Primary, Middle, High, Senior, University)
- Learn theory through practice
- Gift a Blog to your kids and keep journals of your teaching activities
- Make it necessary to learn at least one new skill every year
- Have flexible school hours
Here’s an inspirational anecdote from veteran RVers with their roadschooled family tactics- from 101 Full Time RVer Family:
Start your preparations to roadschool or RV Homeschool your children right now! Tell us all about it in the comments below :D.