throwing it all out the window next year I think for my youngest...
now I just have to find out what in blazes unschooling is...
I like to think of it as interest based or child driven learning.
I don't think my kids who were in public school for quite a few years do enough of it.
So I supplement with curriculum I know they need. This is even more true now that they are both in high school.
We took them out of public school when my son was near the end of fourth grade and my daughter was near the end of sixth.
At that time I really wanted to de school them but didn't feel I had the time for it because my husband was terrified of home schooling on a primal level.
That was four plus years ago. Now I am starting to see them open up more and more. I'm seeing them follow their learning passions more and more. It's just beautiful!
Each year we evaluate as a team what worked and what didn't. We make changes as needed. Each year is better.
I highly recommend the Teenage Liberation Handbook when looking into either unschooling or home schooling.
There are so many ways to unschool.