I am excited! We are homeschooling!! DH still isn't completely onboard, but I basically told him I don't feel okay with her going back to school and he said that is okay. We still have to go to the school and make it official. Now, of course, I have a ton of questions. It has become prety obvious to me that my dd needs a lesson plan set out for her. She learns much better when we sit down and do worksheets and things like that, than if we take an unschooling approach. (ds does better w/ unschooling) So, I have been finding free printables online and having her do them, and creating math worksheets on the computer for her to do. This is working okay for now, but I am thinking we will eventually run out of free material. I have found a few sites that are made for teachers that charge about $20 a year for worksheets. Would that be a good investment? I can make my own lesson plans, so I don't really see the need to invest in a premade curriculum right now unless there is a good reason to do it that I am not seeing. Also, how long do you normally do sit down work? Right now we are doing approx 2-3 hours a day of math and language arts. Then I have her read a book to me, and we discuss it. We also need to find out ways to incorperate learning about science and social studies into our day, but I am at a loss as to how to do that. Any good ideas? I know that we can start doing science experiments, but beyond that, I am a little lost. At her old school they didnt do a lot of science of social studies either. Okay, sorry for writing a book, any advice or helpful tips would be great.