I am starting to slowly understand why people have curriculum's. Which is a unschooling families worst nightmare.
The first year of unschooling was the best, my son got a hold of every book about Astronomy out there for his age level. Now we have a bit of a problem. He is only 7 and wants to learn more, but all the books that are left are for teens in reading /comprehension level.
I got him a facts book that was on his level, and he keeps asking me Why this , how does that work, when do they do this... and I have no clue.
I am not the best teacher for elementary (but highschool watch out!) or I would just learn it myself then teach him.
I just don't know what to do. I am about to say ... "unschooling didn't work for us" and use a curriculum from now on with the other subjects ,so the teachers guide will show me what to say and how to teach. HELP!