We sat down to do Chumash and don't know how Ruth came up (maybe it was on the screen on my computer when Chana sat down). Chana asked who it is and I said, "Don't you remember the megila we read on Shavuos?" She was hazy on the details so I asked her if she wanted to learn it. She said, "Instead of Chumash?" I said yes. She said, "And rashi?" (a reason why I think unschooling would be nice--she could actually think about whether or not she was interested in learning about Megilas Rus without bargaining about avoiding Chumash and Rashi)
She read and translated about 10 pesukim before running out of steam. I read and translated the rest of the perek to her, hoping it would make it a pleasant learning experience. And it was. A few of the details came back to her. She asked some good questions. We had some interesting discussion.
At night, for a change, Elazar came upstairs when I was putting Jack to bed. I told them about Ma'amad Har Sinai.
Earlier in the evening, Jack stumbled across R' Winder's book. Since he can read English a lot better now, he did a few pages of that. When he got to the noun translations, I had him read some of the Hebrew. He was able to read שם (when I reminded him of the shin sound and that it was a mem sofis :-P), and he had some trouble with eretz. I ran out of steam before he did.