I only have a minute so I'll be quick. I consider us pretty relaxed, secular h/sers. "School" consists of 1 hour or less in the morning for the math, writing grammar etc. Other projects (history/science etc)are done in the afternoon when the baby naps. Below is the extent of anything formal or planned or adult lead. We use a lot of board games, puzzle books etc and I've not included child generated tangents or passions - lol.
Math - Miquon supplemented by math activitiy books and story books from the library (things like 1 grain of rice, anno's math games, mathmeticians are people too, remainder of one etc.) Lot of manipulatives and Fridays were puzzle logic days. I also found an algebra dinosaur program at the teacher supply store which was a lot of fun
Reading - he's an independent reader so we didn't do anything formal. Spelling is as needed at this point.
Writing - a poetry copy book that he illustrated - one poem a week - his choice
Grammar - all from library books like A Mink a Fink and a Skating Rink, Mad libs and discussions from the poetry above.
History - SOTW and activity book - slowly with lots of tangents - lol
Geography - an around the world co-op with friends - one country per 4-6 weeks.
Science - nature approach a la Charlotte Mason, science experiments related to water and light/optics. I also read Nebel's pretty regularly - more for me so I can help answer questions or suggest ways to illustrate ideas clearly.
Art/music - as the mood strikes based on what I find at the library and what's happening in our community