Well, I haven't gotten there yet (son is almost 10). Just the other day we discussed his feelings that he wanted more interaction with others his age(or thereabouts
and more time away from home/parents.
We decided to go out and check out the Boys and Girls Club closest to us(still pretty far!) and arrange for him to spend a few afternoons a wk there.
Plus karate and other sports which he will be signed up for this yr.
Our "curriculum" is rather flexible; some days he demands a worksheet or "test"
others, he balks at anything structured. I try to take my cues from his interests, but after our recent discussion(in which he expressed a desire for more "routine") we decied to plan out our week, post it,(so he can remember what to expect), and set aside a time for "school" stuff daily. (as I said, I am following HIS lead on this! Not my first choice, but...
I can only imagine it will become more challenging as he grows older, but I hope that by listening and responding, he will be able to pursue his learning/interests/needs within an Unschooling context.
Kimberly, mom to Forest, 9 and Lily, 2