Easy Peasy All-in-One Homeschool

A complete, free online Christian homeschool for your family and mine

Complete, All Free Curriculum

What this is…

This is my children’s school. I am putting their assignments online so that they can work independently and so that I have the assignments saved for their younger siblings. Grade levels and courses include 180 days of homeschool lessons and assignments. It covers reading, writing, grammar, spelling, vocabulary, math, history/social studies/geography, science, Spanish, Bible, computer, music, art, PE/health, and logic. It uses only free materials found on the internet.

This site holds preschool (getting ready 1), kindergarten (getting ready 2), and first through eighth. Grade levels include all of the English, math, computer and logic. I have also finished three years of all of the other subjects. These are called “program years.” Year 4′s theme is modern history, physics and chemistry. Year 1′s theme is ancient history and biology. Year 2 has early American history and zoology for the theme. Year 3 should be ready in 2014 with earth science and geography and cultures as  the theme.

When choosing a level, look at the “reading” assignments to decide. Then you only have to choose which program year to study.

Your child just goes to Day 1 on his or her level (found in the sidebar) and starts clicking through the assignments! That’s all!

And yes, it’s all free. You’ll need paper, pencil, etc. and some minor supplies if you choose to do the experiments and art projects, but all of the reading materials, etc. are all free and online.

My hope is to enable families to continue homeschooling no matter their life circumstances. A sister site, All-in-One Highschool, holds the high school courses that are being made.

You can read more about the curriculum on the About and How To pages. You can also see if your questions have been answered on the FAQ page.

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May 30, 2012 at 5:22 pm

Science and History

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I realized that I didn’t announce the other courses that I have just recently finished! These are listed under individual courses and will be part of the Year 3 program of study. Those links will go up this spring.

History — Geography and Cultures

Course Description: Students will travel the world learning the locations, histories and physical geography of countries, names of capitals, famous landmarks, unique expressions of culture, and facts about the world around them. Students will learn to read maps and create their own. Students will share what they are learning by creating a variety of projects including brochures, commercials, and tours. The course culminates with creating an immersive cultural experience to share with family and friends.

Reading List: L  folk tales, M  Around the World in 80 Days

Science — Earth Science

Course Description: This course in earth science will engage students with experiments and projects. Students will also learn through text, video and online interactives. Their study of the earth will include learning the rock and water cycles. They will study rocks and the make up of the earth. They will learn about the types and causes of weather as well as how to predict the weather. Students will follow and learn about the numerous types of bodies of water in our world. They will dive into the ocean and discover what’s hidden in its depths. Students will learn about the atmosphere and fly up into space.  They will study objects in space and learn the history of space exploration.

Note: As always, this course supports a literal interpretation of the Bible that the earth was created in six days. I bring this up with the students and make notes in the curriculum about it as it comes up. I also included links to Answers in Genesis and 4th Day Alliance.

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March 18, 2014 at 7:59 am

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Art — Geography and Cultures

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Art is complete for the Year 3 program of study. You’ll find it in the list of individual courses. Here’s the course description.

Students will study art as they make observations about work by artists from across the globe. Students will not only look at paintings but architecture, sculptures, costumes, floats and other non-traditional art. Students will draw, paint and create several projects inspired by their studies.

Art — Geography and Cultures

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March 18, 2014 at 7:56 am

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Christmas Activities

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This week our family is going to take a break and just do a little catching up with school. Here are some fun Christmas activities for your family. There are stories, songs, recipes, crafts and activity books.

The Christmas Story

A Russian Christmas story

More Christmas stories

Christmas karaoke

Decorate an online Christmas tree

Christmas around the world

Christmas recipes from around the world

Christmas crafts

LOTS of Christmas lapbooks

Christmas activity book

Christmas alphabet

Christmas counting

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December 23, 2013 at 1:52 pm

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Thanksgiving Activities

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November 25, 2013 at 9:00 pm

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Getting Ready 1 Reading Strategies

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I’m sorry I haven’t been posting on the blog. Here’s something I posted on facebook and wanted to share here as well.

The McGuffey Readers are for learning by sight. Your child is to look at the word and remember what it is. We all read by sight. You are doing it right now. Learning to read this way will produce a faster, more fluent reader.

When you are using the McGuffey Readers, there are a few things you can do when a child is stuck. I don’t expect you to teach them to sound out those words. There are too many rules of phonics to do that. Sounding out words and phonics rules will be taught systematically in Getting Ready 2. If you let phonics take its natural place of being for new words, not every word, it will be much simpler for your child.

However, there’s a reason they learn their alphabet sounds before learning to read. I also give them a few Starfall exercises where they put in the first sound of a word. If they are stuck on a word, the first thing to ask is, what letter does the word start with? What sound does that make? Maybe saying the sound will jog their memory about what word it is.

Another strategy if your child is stuck is to have your child look at the picture. Does the picture offer a clue as to what the word is?

A third strategy is to ask your child if what he read makes sense. If a word is out of place, have your child think about what word would make sense.

A fourth strategy is it to look for words you know inside the new word. Words that end in the same letters will rhyme. Some examples: the word “at” inside “sat,”  the word “or” inside “for”

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November 21, 2013 at 1:42 pm

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Getting Ready 1

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Your Getting Ready 1 alphabet stories and sight words should all be working today. Thanks for your patience through our growing pains. There is still some tweaking to do, but things should be working.

 

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August 22, 2013 at 2:12 pm

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Alphabet Stories and Sight Words

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The Getting Ready 1 alphabet stories and sight words are found in a few different places. We have been having issues with the links on the site, but those can all be found at an alternate site. You can find those links on the main Getting Ready 1 page. I’ve also started putting them up on youtube. It’s a work in progress. I’m sorry for the technical difficulties, but you don’t have to skip any lessons. They are all available. Please find the link you need on the main GR1 page. Thanks for your patience as we sort it out.

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August 21, 2013 at 11:30 pm

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EP High School is Now Open!

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It took a lot of six-hour days with early morning and late nights to get this together, but we did it. Thank you to the moms and dad who have helped with various aspects of these courses.

PLEASE, PLEASE, PLEASE read through everything before you start asking questions. A how-to video will be on the how-to page as well.

Please use this to aid you however you need it. Your homeschool is your homeschool. It’s not like anyone else’s. Make the choices that are best for your children and be happy about it. :) Some families are going to be having their children taking college credit exams and trying to finish college and high school at the same time. Some will be counting helping around the house as a home economics credit. We all have different children and different goals. If we’re not all headed for the same finish line, we don’t all have to be running the same way!

Here it is: Easy Peasy All-in-One HIGH School

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August 1, 2013 at 10:20 am

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Getting Ready 1 site maintenance

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The site that plays the alphabet stories and the sight words is down for maintenance. We’ve been using it for a year and a half and never had this problem until recently. However, since they don’t warn us about when they are going to do this or tell us how long it’s going to be, I’m looking into a different options to get those files online.

Thank you for your patience. Hopefully it will be back online today.

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July 30, 2013 at 3:26 pm

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High School Courses

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I’m planning an August 1st launch of our new high school site. You will find algebra 1, physics, early American history, literature and composition, art appreciation, Spanish 1, and more…

This is just the beginning. New courses will be added each year until it is complete. 

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July 17, 2013 at 12:01 am

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