So I've got 2 little girls, one is a year and a half and the other is six and a half. I am definitely of the unschooling philosophy as the only thing I ever really learned in school was how to wish away the hours of my life, but because I was traditionally schooled I have a hard time knowing/trusting exactly how to go about this unschooling thing. Not to mention with housework, meal prep and clean up, toddler care, errands to run, etc... I'm totally overwhelmed with how and where to fit in the "schooling". My six year old is adamant that she has no interest in taking any "classes"....we were thinking dance or kung fu or something but she says she doesn't want to "learn" anything, and I don't want to push her into stuff. She still seems to be mostly interested in playing, which is cool, but I am often left feeling like I'm not "doing" enough "educating", a feeling that my mother (who is a teacher) makes stronger with each and every conversation we have. I guess I'm just curious about how other people fit unschooling into their lives, what the day-to-day looks like. I have a tendency to get distracted easily as well, so self-motivation is one of my challenges and not having a "game plan" so-to-speak makes it all the more difficult for me. I think traditional homeschooling would be easier for my brain to accomplish, but not the kind of learning I want for my children. How do I gauge wether or not I'm doing enough? Should I push her into "learning" activities more, or will she come around in her own time? ..... any experience/advice shared would be appreciated.