Mom: "Do you like road schooling?"
N: "Because it's fun! We get to see the trees and animals." (Alrighty? He's my child that looks at the simple things in life!)
Mom: "How did you learn in the car on our trips?"
N: "I learn about the different license plates that we see on the road."
N: "I liked listening to our Brains On Podcast. We learned all about the tide is controlled by the moon."
Mom: "What was the first stop our family made on our trip to Florida?"
N: "It was Houston, Texas. We went to the Houston Space Center. We got to see a simulator and the different astronaut suits and a BIG playscape.
Oh and we saw the REAL Saturn V rocket. I think it 120 feet long! It was so big!"
Mom: "How long did it take to get to Florida?"
N: "I don't know? Maybe 48 hours?!"
Mom: "What was the first stop?"
N: "In Mexico Beach, Fl...it didn't have ANY yucky seaweed in the water.
We got to ride the waves at the beach."
Mom: "Where did we go after that?"
N: "We drove some more to Madeira Beach."
Mom: "What did you do there?"
N: "I caught a fish and a seahorse with my Daddy."
N: "We also went to an aquarium in Tampa Fl."
N: "I built my own spaceship, remember? I didn't have very many toys on our road school trip so I had to make my own."
N: "We went to a place called Fort DeSoto. It had BIG cannons!"
Mom: "What was your favorite memory?"
N: "The Houston Space Center AND the USS Alabama."
Mom: "If we were going to go on another road schooling trip, where would we go?"
N: "Mauritius to see the Dodo Birds"
Mom: WOW! That would be amazing! I'm not making any promises, but maybe we can do that one day!
And off he went, making his P-51 D Mustang airplane noise.