I got a little salty in this video. The 5-second summary: Play the game WITH your kids and use common sense and the “threat level” goes way down. Hear more about my thoughts on Pokémon Go in episode 192 of the podcast.
This is a great idea! Let’s get kids sharing and snapping pics of interesting animals. Share them with the hastags mentioned in the video.
Homeschool Dating in some homeschooling cricles is either something that’s frowned upon or a labyrinth that’s impossible to navigate.
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My wife (Melinda) and I decided to hit the road full time with our four children almost a year ago. We had been homeschooling since our first was school age, but we knew that life on the road would make it a requirement. Because we travel all over the country, We were excited for our children to not only learn about the US but to experience it. Obviously, our homeschool looks different than most. The biggest difference is that we don’t want to be on the road full time and just sit in the RV doing school work. Our goal is to make our experiences a major part of how our children are learning. Plus, we have to be creative with how we do education with limited space in our motorhome. We aren’t able to stockpile curriculum or spread our children out all over the house to do their bookwork. Because of this, we use technology regularly to supplement their education.
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