I wanted to ask those of you who have unschooled your children about how their language and math skills develop. We have always homeschooled. We have tried curriculum in the past, and have moved onto more of an eclectic/child lead learning style. This year only picked some very simple/short materials for language and math. Even with this little bit of instruction, I feel the pull towards unschooling as it seems so natural to me.However, I am still hanging onto teaching math. I recently gave up our language arts curriculum because it was teaching stuff that my daughter would do naturally, but it was forced and a bit dumbed down. I know there are so many real world applications of math, but in the back of my mind I wonder how she will do in the long run without any formal math lessons? I want to move forward in unschooling with confidence. Can any of you relate to this process and offer some reassuring experiences? Thanks so much!