New Links

Here are some new links on the site.

New Offline Course

Literature and Composition I  (formerly known as English 8) is now available as an offline course.

  • There are two readers and two workbooks, Language Arts and Vocabulary.
  • These books will match the updated version of the course which will replace what’s on the site on July 4th. (The old course link will still be available after that time.)

Algebra 1 is on its way soon with an offline version and an updated course.

New Parent-Submitted Courses

New courses from an EP mom: History of Rock (under music) and Crash Course film making (under art) on the “Links to Other Courses” page. She also made a high school English course for her son with learning disabilities. (Reminder: we don’t control content on “other courses.”)

High School Planning

High school/College page has some new links on transcripts, as well as a planner for those wanting to plot out their four-year course direction.

Our resources for teens page has a planner for teens if you want to start encouraging your child to maintain a schedule.

Summer School

Summer Study Options – We have summer study books for those finishing up 1st, 2nd, and 3rd levels (buy or print). The page also has links to other ideas and options. I’ve added a link to a character training pack, a summer study schedule, and some new copywork for those who have already used what we’ve linked to before.



7 thoughts on “New Links

  1. mlc May 30, 2021 / 4:45 pm

    I love the most recent updates made! Will there eventually be summer school provided for 4th and on? I teach intentionally with 3 months of summer school to fully review before testing out of a grade before the beginning of the following grade, and the SUMMER SLIDE books are a favorite. Just wondering if those will be continuing.

    Also – will there eventually be grade level testing available?

    • Easy Peasy All-in-One Homeschool May 30, 2021 / 4:49 pm

      I am not working on 4th summer book, so it won’t be ready this summer. If I know people are wanting one, I can consider it in the future. I’m not sure what to think about grade level testing. There could be course tests, but grade level doesn’t really make sense in our context. What type of testing are you thinking and for what purpose? (So I can understand where that question comes from)

  2. Janie Riddle June 28, 2021 / 1:11 pm

    I just found easy peasy. I am the most excited about the mcguffey books and it is going away. What will replace it. I am older and computers are a challenge. I tutor kids that struggle to learn and have been telling my students this week about you.

    • egl4031 June 28, 2021 / 1:21 pm

      It is not going away. The content isn’t changing at all. We’re just separating out the individual components -reading, writing, and math – so if your kiddo is ready for one part but not another, the option is there to do them individually, just like the other levels of our curriculum.

  3. Janie Riddle June 28, 2021 / 2:01 pm

    Ty so much

  4. Patty-Jo Leslie July 15, 2021 / 2:54 pm

    I was excited for my daughter to read the Odyssey this year, but I see that it is removed from the new Lit & Comp I course,,, is there a reason it was remoed?

    • egl4031 July 15, 2021 / 2:56 pm

      We needed to shorten the course for the sake of the books, so we removed that one and are likely moving it to Lit and Comp II.

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