New Courses and Books 2022

UPDATE: The books and courses have been released. Here’s the new blog post with all the info.

Update: The last math books are being published this week. I will start working on getting all the new links on the site this week. Once everything is ready, I’ll have a new post here with more info specific to each course so you can be confident about the changes and what they mean to you. All the new math books have a big NEW badge on them. The new courses when they appear in My EP will all also say NEW on them. You’ll be able to know for sure you are using the new update! 

Below is the information I released before on the new Math 1, 2, and 3 courses. Here’s the new info. We’re releasing updates to Math 4 and Math 5 as well. Math 4 is getting daily fraction practice for a good part of the year, and the answer key has word problems worked out as much as we could. Math 5 is getting more examples in the lessons and parent guide as well as being reworked a little in a few places. Other little updates in the books include replacing all the bug pictures. For the bug lovers out there, there are still some, but cartoon images this time. I had also asked in the Preschool and Kindergarten facebook group for your children’s names. I used that list and worked to include lots of new names into the new math courses. 🙂

In high school, Literature and Composition II is getting a whole new course. There will be books for a complete offline course as well. Geometry is in the works, but we couldn’t get that done for this year.

The new course links will start to appear on the site in April so you can begin with the new courses if you are ready. You’ll be able to add them to My EP with Parent Add-Ons, and we’ll be making more announcements as they are added officially into the course blocks on My EP.

I’ve been working to update several of our math courses. Some other courses are getting updates, but levels 1, 2, and 3 are getting whole new courses. We typically switch in new courses around the 4th of July. By then most people are finished their school year but not starting the new year yet.

The old courses will be available for you to finish if you will find yourselves in the middle of one of those courses when summer rolls around. You should just finish out the course you are in.

The change will mostly just affect those in Level 1 Math currently. The other levels are not really introducing new content. Things are just moved around to get in some more practice with multidigit addition and subtraction in Level 2 and multiplication and division facts practice in Level 3. The only real content change takes place in Level 1 Math. In the new course, they work on all their math facts up to 9 plus 9 and 18 minus 9. That means in the new Level 2 Math they will be expected to know those.

The current online course and offline parent guide both make mention of that and ask you to practice those facts over your summer break.

We will plan on releasing all the new books to match these new courses in April. In April we will also release all the updates to the other books.

21 thoughts on “New Courses and Books 2022

  1. Christine January 11, 2022 / 2:11 pm

    If my son is currently in Level 1 does that mean he will struggle going into Level 2?

    • Easy Peasy All-in-One Homeschool January 12, 2022 / 7:16 pm

      It just means you should work on learning the facts. That’s the only thing that’s moved from level 2. The rest of the content in Level 2 is the same. They have already learned the concepts of adding and subtracting. So, there’s no missing concept, just those additional facts.

      • Brittany Leavy January 15, 2022 / 4:51 pm

        Can you please specifiy “learning the facts” in level 1 Math. That is what my daughter is currently doing (offline).

      • Easy Peasy All-in-One Homeschool January 15, 2022 / 7:42 pm

        In the Level 1 currently, they go up through 5+5 and 10-5. I would like them to work on all the addition and subtraction facts, up through 9+9 and 18-9.

  2. George Ray Morton January 24, 2022 / 2:47 pm

    Is this course or home schooling certified by North Carolina ?

    • Admin Tina Rutherford January 24, 2022 / 6:48 pm

      Certification is not required of homeschoolers in North Carolina. You can join our NC group on Facebook, we have many who use the curriculum in NC! allinonehomeschool.com/facebook-groups

      • Elizabeth Taylor March 29, 2022 / 4:16 am

        Coming from Michigan to SC. Can I continue this curriculum ?

      • Admin Tina Rutherford March 29, 2022 / 1:08 pm

        Yes! We’re used all over the world. You’ll just need to follow SC homeschool laws once you move there.

  3. Erin Caple February 4, 2022 / 8:09 pm

    Thank you for this! We have thoroughly enjoyed using Easy Peasy over the last few years, and I continue to be so grateful for your kindness! Thanks for the update! My daughter is using Level 1 Math this year and will move to Level 2 next year!

  4. Melissa Hathaway March 21, 2022 / 5:08 pm

    I have a 7th and 4th grader who are currently using this program. I have to say thank you so much for providing this. As a new home-schooling mom, this program has been a “God” sent in our life!! I am looking forward to the new changes!

  5. Rosalie April 4, 2022 / 2:20 am

    Thank you for the update!

  6. Briana April 5, 2022 / 3:15 pm

    Thank you for the update we LOVE EASY PEASY!!

  7. Stori Thompson April 6, 2022 / 1:46 am

    Thank you for the updates! I’m planning to get new math books for my three sons to start this spring. Do you have a date in April that they’ll be released or should I keep checking back for that info?

    • Easy Peasy All-in-One Homeschool April 6, 2022 / 1:42 pm

      Math 5 is getting on Amazon this week. That’s the last one. I’ll start getting the links up in the store probably on Friday.

      • Stori Thompson April 8, 2022 / 7:51 pm

        Thank you!!

  8. Katie April 7, 2022 / 2:23 pm

    I just ordered new Math 1 and Math 3 books for my kids last month as they’ve moved into those levels now. Should I reorder the newest books so we can be up-to-date with the new course?

    • Easy Peasy All-in-One Homeschool April 7, 2022 / 2:27 pm

      If you are willing, it would probably be nice to start the new courses. If you want to stick with what you got, please make sure to be working on math facts (addition and subtraction up to 9 + 9 and 18 – 9 for the first grader and multiplication and division facts for the third grader).

      • Katie April 13, 2022 / 3:12 am

        Thank you!

  9. jbmiller0926 April 11, 2022 / 3:50 am

    Are the math 2 books ready to purchase on Amazon? I have only seen the printables for the updated math. Is the math 2 that is available on Amazon the correct one to buy? Thank you 🙂

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