I belong to a homeschool assistance program that is funded through the public school system. The office has textbooks/teacher's manuals that can be checked out and the woman who heads the program is wonderfully helpful. The group does gym activities, field trips, art and science classes, etc.
I love belonging to the group, but here's the problem: we're actually unschooling, so when I have to have the required 4x-a-year conferences with the group's leader I'm not sure what to show her. We mostly learn through reading, going to museums, playing games and surfing the 'net. That's not easily documented, but I feel I need to do something to show her we're learning together.
Any suggestions? I've already showed her that unschooling plan (this is how we plan to learn, etc.) but she says she wants to see some tangible things that show ds is progressing.