Scope and Sequence / Printables

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Printable Course Pages

These are the levels, individual courses and program year pages as PDFs. People have different reasons for wanting these. Just a reminder, while most of the lessons will remain the same, the lessons are fluid. I make corrections, I change assignments, and especially links can go bad. Links are changed on the site quickly, but they won’t be changed on these pages. If you come across a bad link, check on the actual site to see if the link’s been updated. You can see at the top of the PDF when it was last updated.


McGuffey Primer

Getting Ready 1

Getting Ready 2

Learn to Read

Level 1

Level 2

Level 3

Level 4

Level 5

Level 6

Level 7

Level 8

Theme 1

Theme 2

Theme 3

Theme 4



Drawing and Painting

Drawing Professionally

Course Descriptions

Getting Ready 2

Level 1

Level 2

Level 3

Level 4

Level 5

Level 6

Level 7

Level 8

Ancient History Theme

Early American History Theme

Geography and Cultures Theme

Modern History Theme

Scope and Sequence

If you make one, you can send it to me to share with everyone.

Blank Scope and Sequence — This is made to be used with the program years.

The  English ones below need to be updated into reading and language arts.


Level 1

Level 2

Level 3

Level 4

Level 5

Level 6

Level 7

Level 8

History/Ancient – Science/Biology

History/Early Am. – Science/Zoology

History/Geography Theme – Science/Earth Science

History/Modern Theme – Science/Phys/Chem



Reading Lists  for levels 1-8  (The author of Heidi in level 3 is Spyri.)

Resources for helping your Special Needs Students

Daily Completion Checklists

These are no longer needed with the new My EP Assignments app to track progress.

The following are all created and submitted by fellow Easy Peasy users.  They are only updated if a parent submits an updated version.  You are welcome to use them if they fit your needs.

Daily Progress Chart

Daily Accountability Sheet

Tracker – Supplemental Subjects (any level)

Learn to Read

Level 1 Daily Checklist

Level 1 Daily Checklist

Level 2 Checklist

3rd Grade Checklist (doc)       3rd Grade Checklist (pdf)

4th Grade Checklist  (doc)      4th Grade Checklist  (pdf)

Level 4 Checklist

Level 5 daily Checklist (1)

Level 5 daily Checklist (2)  (excel)       level 5 daily checklist (2)  (pdf)

Level 5 Daily Checklist

Level 6 daily checklist

level 6 daily checklist

Daily Checklist Level 6 Summary What to do

6th Grade Spanish Scope and Sequence

Level 7 Year Checklist  (excel)      level 7 year checklist  (pdf)

Language Arts 7 Scope and Sequence

7th Grade Reading Scope and Sequence

Level 7 with Year 2 Checklist  (excel)   level 7 with year 2 checklist  (pdf)

Level 8 with Year 1 Checklist  (excel)  level 8 with year 1 checklist (pdf)

Level 8 Overview

 Year 1 – L Check List

Year 1 – M Checklist

Year 2 Checklist

Science Earth Science Overview L and M Day 1 – 60

History Geography Overview L and M Day 1 – 60

Art Year 3 Cultures Overview

Music Geography and Cultures Year 3 Overview

High School Check list

Daily journal, reminder list, not EP specific

Alternate Grading Sheets

Multiple Course Grading Spreadsheet with Microsoft Ecxel

Multiple Course Grades

2 thoughts on “Scope and Sequence / Printables

  1. Cyndi Taylor July 16, 2013 / 2:00 am

    I had a question about the checklists: I’m interested in making checklists for second year and third year (I have a prek, 2nd grader, and 3 grader) along with year 1 and another set with year 2. I understand where you got the numbers for everything on your daily completion checklist except the comp/typing, thinking, and Pe/health sections. Did you look at the course work and add them or was there another list you came up with that I’m not seeing? Also, would you like me to send them to you when I’m done? Thx for everything. You have made homeschooling so much less stressful and more enjoyable as a learning experience.

    • Easy Peasy All-in-One Homeschool July 16, 2013 / 2:03 am

      I didn’t make any of those. They were all sent to me, so please email me any that you make. I don’t know any more about how they were made than you. 🙂

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