Frequently Asked Questions

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What is the password? 
  • There is a password for the answer pages. It is parentsonly – all one word, all lowercase.
Where do I register?
  • My EP Assignments allows you to create a family account (for up to ten students) and log in each day to see your students’ assignments. We are not keeping any records for your children, though. The login is only so that your computer knows who you are. You are responsible for all record keeping. The All-in-One courses are free and available to use without registration. My EP Assignments is a website that you can use for free to plan your children’s course schedule and then it will give your child their daily lessons. Go here to register and make an account. It will ask you to consider making a donation. Those donations are Lee’s income. Her and her husband’s only work is EP.
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Easy Peasy All-in-One Homeschool

How do I get started with the curriculum?
What level should my child be on?
  • EP provides placement resources for math, reading, and language arts. These are just guides, not law. There is also a test for newcomers to help you find the best fit in our curriculum.
  • You can mix and match levels.  In general, I don’t suggest choosing a higher reading level than your child’s natural grade level. While they may be excellent readers, the subject matter in books for older students may not be appropriate for young readers.
  • My personal suggestion is to place your child where they will be successful. If it’s too hard, they will shut down. Find where they are successful and move on from there. Just keep taking steps forward and you’ll always be moving in the right direction.
Which history theme should we choose?
  • That’s your decision. You can start anywhere you like, but if you don’t know what to pick just start at the beginning with ancient history. If you recently did ancient history with a different curriculum, choose Early American History. They pretty much go in order, so I do recommend that wherever you begin, you continue from there, cycling back to ancient history after modern. Learn about the themes here.
How many lessons are we supposed to do each day?  
  • EP has DAILY subjects (Math, Language Arts, Reading, History, Science, Bible) that are designed with 180 lessons. Do one “lesson” each day.
  • The WEEKLY courses (Art, Music, PE/Health, Computer, Thinking) are designed to be done one lesson a week for 36 weeks.
  • Of course, you are the teacher and you are welcome to move through the lessons at your student’s pace, whether that’s slower or faster than how the lessons were designed.
  • (Math 5/6 is an exception to this. The course description for that course has tips/instructions about pacing the lessons.)
  • In high school, all the subjects are daily.
What courses should I choose?  
  • If you choose a LEVEL and a THEME, you are getting the full curriculum as it was originally designed, and you do NOT need to use any additional individual courses/subjects.
  • You can certainly just choose a course from the site menu, but it’s much easier to use My EP Assignments and select any course or set a level and get the complete curriculum. Then your child will get delivered their daily lessons from the courses you chose.
  • Here is a list of the THEMES and a list of the high school courses in their recommended order. Don’t forget the placement guide for choosing individual course levels.
What supplies do I need to start using Easy Peasy?
  • Your child just needs basic tools: pencil, scissors, glue, crayons or colored pencils.
  • There are links to “materials needed” lists at the top of each course page.
  • Students need at least one spiral notebook or binder and paper to be able to write down anything necessary from the lessons.
Where are the tests?
  • The tests are in high school. High school courses have quizzes, midterms, finals, grading rubrics, and grade sheets.
  • If there isn’t a test there, then there is no test. Why do you need a test? You are with your child every day and probably already know his or her strengths and weaknesses.
  • Lower levels do not have grades built into the curriculum. If your student’s assignment includes a “quiz,” that should be used as a learning tool, not as a knowledge assessment.
  • You could use a parent-created grading sheet if you want to keep grades before high school; however, I personally DO NOT recommend keeping any grades unless you are required to.
  • We have no records of your children’s scores for any activities done on the site.
Where are the answers?
  •  If it says “answer,” then there is an answer there. It could be a link, or it could look like the example below.
  • Click and drag over the blank space to highlight the answer and see it.  Like this:  (Answer:  It’s Easy Peasy!) [NOTE: On a mobile device, click and drag over the blank space and then copy it to a document, email, notes app, etc. to see the hidden text.]
  • If the word “Answer” is a link, then you will need the password to see the answer. Find that here.
  • If there are no answers there, then there are no answers. If you have answers for whatever it is that you think are helpful to have, email them to me and I’ll post them for everyone. You can find my email below.
It’s the middle of the school year. What lesson do we begin on?
  • That’s your decision. You can feel free to start on Lesson 1, or you can start wherever you need to in order to finish the year when you want to.
  • Check the individual course pages to read the course descriptions to see if you think it’s something you can jump into the middle of. You are already jumping into the middle of the curriculum (having not started with EP’s Preschool levels), so either way there may be some things you will need to teach or review with your child to help them fit in with whatever they are studying.
  • If you start in the middle, don’t do it without thought. Don’t just pick a lesson number. Look and see what makes sense, like not right in the middle of a novel. Look for the beginning of a new unit in science and history. You can be on different lesson numbers in different courses.
Will this curriculum work for my child who has ADD, ADHD, Asperger’s, Autism,..?
  • Easy Peasy is a FREE curriculum that you can try at any time. We continually hear reports of students who are very successful using Easy Peasy when no other curriculum has worked. Take a break from what you are using, or use the summer to try it for yourself to find out. There is no harm in trying. No size fits all; every child is different.
  • Join our Special Kids Facebook group to meet other families in a similar situation. I personally have three children with autism.
What are the two Learn To Read courses?
  • There are two Learn To Read courses: Sight Reading and Phonics.
  • Sight Reading – Learn to Read includes sight word memorization lessons (from the McGuffey’s Eclectic Primer, revised edition) and sight reading practice lessons (from the McGuffey’s Eclectic First Reader, revised edition).
  • Phonics – Learn to Read teach phonics.
  • They are both part of EP’s Kinder courses, but they are also recommended for older kids who are not ready for EP’s Reading 1 course, which includes chapter books and novels around a 2nd – 3rd grade reading level.
  • You can find both of the LTR courses in the Learn To Read With EP offline book.
How does middle school math work?
  • The elementary math courses are Math 1-4 (for 1st – 4th grade). There are 3 middle school math courses: Math 5/6, Math 6/7, and Pre-Algebra.
    • Math 5/6 is a self-paced math foundations course with 139 lessons usually taken in 5th or 6th grade. Your student should spend as much time as they need to master each lesson. At the beginning, they may be able to do multiple lessons each day, but they will likely come to lessons that require them to spend more than one day to learn and master. Make sure you read the course description for more information about that! Some kids can finish Math 5/6 in a few months; others may take a year or more. When your student finishes Math 5/6, they are ready for Math 6/7.
    • Math 6/7 is a typical EP course with 180 daily lessons. It’s usually taken in 6th or 7th grade.
    • Pre-Algebra follows Math 6/7 and is usually taken in 7th or 8th grade. It’s followed by Algebra, which you can find on the high school curriculum website.
What’s your philosophy and background?
  • Here’s our About page that talks about me, my family, my Bible background, learn to read philosophy, how I choose content, and more. All About Lee
Do you have a scope and sequence?
  • You can read the course descriptions on each individual course page.  If you would like to make a scope and sequence, I will post it for others. These are the ones I’ve received so far: scope and sequence.
Is this curriculum aligned to the Common Core Standards?
  • This curriculum is NOT aligned with the Common Core Standards and I have no intention of ever doing so. You can read what I wrote about this here.

My EP Assignments

What is My EP?
  • Here’s a peek at what it does and some links to get started and learn more.
How do you use My EP?
How do I restart for next year?
How do I set my child’s classes?
How does my child use My EP for their lessons?
  • Here are images of how your child will use the lessons. Using a Lesson.
What do I do if the lesson numbers aren’t moving forward on their own?
  • The lesson numbers move forward automatically as you mark assignments complete. It will all reset for the next day when you mark the day complete. Here are images of how. Marking a Day Complete.

There is an Info page on My EP Assignments with lots of videos for specific questions about using My EP for your child’s daily assignments.

EP Online

What are the Levels 1 – 4 and Levels 5 – 8 for?
  • There are two levels of assignments available for the theme courses (history, science, etc.).  Levels 1 – 4 is for the elementary level, grades 1 through 4. Levels 5 – 8 is for the middle school level, grades 5 through 8.
What does * and (*) mean?
    • These indicate that there is a worksheet to print, or that you can find a worksheet for that lesson in your Printables book. The (*) means that it is optional. You don’t need to print it to complete the assignment.
Where can I find all the printables in one PDF for a level?
  • You’ll find course worksheet PDF packets at the top of each course page if they exist. They are FREE to print. Let us know if you find them for sale anywhere!
How do I homeschool multiple levels of children? I have more than one child and they are all different ages and abilities. I only have one computer. 
  • Consider doing some or all of your school offline. In the EP Store you can purchase books containing 180 days of assignments for your child’s level in math, reading, and language arts. Genesis Curriculum is Lee’s offline curriculum for history and science which allows for all your children to learn together. 
  • If there is a will, there is a way! Many families homeschool more than one child with ONLY one computer; while one is doing math on the computer, the others are working on worksheets, reading, chores, correcting yesterday’s work, practicing their instrument(s), cooking/baking, or even playing. Bible can be completed first thing in the day together. Later in the school day, the theme materials can be completed together as a family. Most families find that school lasts anywhere from 2-4 hours, giving you more time to explore other areas of interest. It’s Easy Peasy! Here’s Lee’s response to the question, “Can I use EP with only one computer?”
What’s the difference between Printables and Workbooks?
  • PRINTABLE books include all the worksheets you need to complete the online course (not daily worksheets, just what worksheets they are asked to complete as part of their online assignments). You can print them at home yourself using the free PDF packets or purchase them as bound books.
  • The WORKBOOKS contain all the same printable worksheets but also have a worksheet for every day of the 180-day course. (Do NOT buy both the Printables book and the Workbook.) You can use the Workbook along with the online course and have some extra worksheets, or you can use the Workbook along with the PARENT’S GUIDE and have a complete offline course.
What don’t I know?
How do I remember what lesson my student is on? 

High School

Do you have high school courses?
Is EP Accredited?
  • Only schools are accredited. Curricula and materials are never accredited. EP is a curriculum, NOT a school, so EP is not accredited. Homeschoolers are not required to enroll in an accredited school.
Will these courses count for high school credit?
  • Yes! Thousands of homeschoolers in all 50 US states use EP for high school. Every state has its own homeschool requirements. Join your EP state group to find out what your state’s requirements are. The site is geared to meet Pennsylvania’s requirements. It has 180 days of assignments for 1 credit courses. In some states your child could play video games for four years and you could call him a high school graduate. My state, Pennsylvania, is not one such state. Here they have guidelines for what “counts.” To count as a completed high school course in PA, a student can do ANY of the following: complete two-thirds of a textbook, have 120 daily logged entries, have 120 hours of logged study, complete a ten-page research paper, complete a college course, or pass an AP exam. If you follow Easy Peasy, you’ll have 180 “daily logged entries.” You’ll be way ahead of the game.
  • In most states, the homeschool parent/teacher keeps all the required records, creates the student’s transcript, and issues the diploma when the student graduates. A couple states will actually provide a diploma to homeschool grads if they meet certain criteria. Your EP state group can let you know if that’s an option where you live. Read this page about homeschooling high school and preparing for college for more info.
  • NOTE! Most public high schools will not accept any high school credits earned from homeschool and may make a transferring homeschool student start over as a 9th grader. Enrolling a child in high school can be difficult after 9th grade. Each school has the authority to accept or reject your credits. It is recommended that if you begin earning high school credits while you are homeschooling, you should plan to continue through graduation. All branches of the military and most colleges accept homeschool graduates at an equal level with public and private school grads, so graduating from homeschool is not a disadvantage for post-high school plans.
Is EP accepted by the NCAA?
  • EP students have received NCAA scholarships. The NCAA (National Collegiate Athletic Association) doesn’t pre-approve curriculum, so I can’t say that your EP courses will definitely be accepted. I have talked with them and written them and filled out forms, so they should have on file that we are a curriculum. Someone had run into trouble before because they labeled us a virtual program. They had a hard time understanding what EP is. You are in charge of grading your child’s EP courses. The online graded quizzes are really like an answer key in the back of the book. You are the one writing the grade down and giving your child each grade. It’s important that you describe your use of EP as if it were similar to a textbook. There’s something to read and questions to answer and answers provided, but you are the teacher (even if your child works independently) and you are in charge of grading and transcripts, etc. If you say you aren’t the teacher, you can’t get the credit awarded. You are the teacher. There is no other teacher interacting with your child. They will ask for books used. You can list the site. Don’t list something like Georgia Virtual. That will just confuse them. I would say something like “more than 350 links were used,” rather than trying to list anything specific other than our website.

Books: EP Offline

What books do I need to buy?
  • You don’t need to buy anything to use the free, complete online curriculum. If you have a computer, internet access, and a printer, you are set!
  • To make things easier, some people prefer to buy the low-cost printables instead of printing all the worksheets themselves.
  • Some subjects have books available for people who prefer to work offline. You can find those books in the EP Store.
  • More info here: Which books to I need to buy?
  • You can find book samples here.
  • Lee’s Genesis Curriculum is an offline options for history and science.
What’s the difference between Printables and Workbooks?
  • PRINTABLES books include all the worksheets you need to complete the online course (not daily worksheets, just what worksheets they are asked to complete as part of their online assignments). You can print them at home yourself using the free PDF packets or purchase them as bound books.
  • The WORKBOOKS contain all the same printable worksheets but also have a worksheet for every day of the 180-day course. (Do NOT buy both the Printables book and the Workbook.) You can use the Workbook along with the online course and have some extra worksheets, or you can use the Workbook along with the PARENT’S GUIDE and have a complete offline course.
What’s in the Readers?
  • For the Reading courses, the EP Readers include all the reading assignments and reading content for the whole year, the directions and the books.
  • There are supplemental EP Reader Workbooks with extra vocabulary and spelling worksheets that you can use alongside both the online and offline courses. The Reader Workbooks are optional and not needed for completing the course. You can find samples of the Reader Workbooks here.
What’s the difference between EP’s Preschool and Kindergarten courses and Genesis Curriculum’s Steps books?
  • EP’s Preschool course has a printables book and an offline workbook.
  • Kindergarten has an offline reading book and an offline handwriting book, but Kinder Math is online. If you want to be completely offline for Preschool and Kinder, you could use the Genesis Curriculum (GC) Steps books. They include all the same reading, handwriting, and math content as the EP online courses, but the sequencing is different.
Where can I find all the books that EP has to offer?

General Homeschooling Questions

How do I get started homeschooling?
Does this meet my state’s requirements?
  • Easy Peasy is used by families in all 50 states. Every state has their own requirements. Learn your state’s requirements at HSLDA. (Google that with your state name.) You can also join your EP state group to ask specifically about how to use EP in your state.
  • Easy Peasy was made to meet Pennsylvania’s requirements. It has 180 days of assignments for all core subjects and includes all the extras like art and music. In addition to the standard subjects, it covers civics in Theme 2 and fire safety each year. Pennsylvania is one of the stricter states, though not THE strictest.
I have questions about pulling my child out of school.
I have questions about putting my child back into school.
  • We understand that for some families homeschooling is a temporary choice. If you think you will be re-enrolling in a public or private school in the future, you will want to contact the school directly (now!) and ask them what the process for that will involve. There is no single, consistent process for accepting transfer students. Most schools will place by age. Some will use a placement test. Some will request a report card from the homeschool parent. Easy Peasy is not a school and does not keep records for your student. EP cannot provide report cards or completion certificates or transcripts. If that is required, the homeschool parent will need to provide that. Just create it. Most public high schools will not accept credits earned while homeschooling and will make your student repeat classes for credit. Some students have requested to take the course final and the schools accepted the credit when they passed the school’s finals for those courses. It is recommended that if your student begins homeschooling during high school, they should plan to continue until graduation. There are ways for homeschoolers to graduate with state-recognized diplomas, but regulations and graduation requirements vary by state. Homeschool parents can also just issue diplomas which are recognized by many colleges as transcripts are what you send to a college, not a diploma. We have sample transcripts and transcript templates on our site. Here’s the page with more information on diplomas and transcripts.
My child was bullied. My child was emotionally abused in school.
  • I’m sorry for what your family has gone through. Give your child a hug and extra patience. Praise them often. Tell them how great they are. Encourage the things they are good at. Be patient with the struggles. Take a step forward each day.


Is it enough? Do I need to supplement this curriculum? My kids were finished in under two hours. Can that be enough school? 
  • There is no need to supplement this curriculum unless your state requires more, few do. Is it enough? Please read: Is It Enough?
  • Here is another: Is it enough? part 2
Will this site stay free? I don’t understand how this can be free.
I would not be able to homeschool if it weren’t for this site.
  • I would love to hear your story. Send me a note. My email address is
How can I help?
  • Let me know about websites disappearing on us. You can even suggest replacements. Answer questions posted by others in our Facebook groups.
How can I thank you enough? Where can I send a donation? 

Still have questions?

Ask the community at the Facebook Support Group or in one of our Facebook Communities where you can find others in your state or country, with your age children, in a similar life situation, etc.

If you don’t use Facebook, you can email us at or comment below.


163 thoughts on “Frequently Asked Questions

  1. June Barnes Brewer July 15, 2021 / 9:36 pm

    I need to talk to someone one on one about getting started . I am very confused . She will be going into 10th grade and I will be withdrawing her from public school

    • egl4031 July 15, 2021 / 9:43 pm

      We can assist via email our our Facebook support group. You can find the info for those above. Here is our getting started page with helpful video walkthroughs if seeing it makes it easier for you to follow:

    • Amy Hunt August 22, 2021 / 3:35 am

      Hi. Apparently I have an account, I think it’s only for one child. I need to make a family account. How do I do that?

      • Admin Tina Rutherford August 22, 2021 / 3:36 am

        Go to your parent settings page and click on “add student.” You can add up to 10 on one account.

    • Kelsey September 9, 2021 / 3:52 pm

      I would like to speck to someone. And get more information.. I have 5 kids that I would love to get started as soon as possible..

      • Admin Tina Rutherford September 9, 2021 / 3:56 pm

        We don’t offer phone support as we are all volunteers. But we have tons of Facebook support as linked on this page above. You can get started by following these steps:

  2. Mary Ellen Elmore July 16, 2021 / 7:23 pm

    I really thought this would be so easy. Level 8. Nothing to buy, we can print the pages but when I click “Pintables” it takes me to buy the books. I have watched him do the work -6days worth-but nothing is advancing no points awarded.

    • Easy Peasy All-in-One Homeschool July 16, 2021 / 7:38 pm

      I don’t know what courses you are referring to. Lit and Comp do not have printables. On the store page is also the link to print everything we have available. History and Science have printables at that level. Here’s the page to print from. If your days are not moving forward, you haven’t marked any assignments complete. Here’s where you can learn how to do that.

      You can email if you have more questions,

      • Nikkie Tower August 24, 2021 / 1:29 pm

        Hi yes i was wondering if you could call me at noon. Can i do tthis program for a 5 year old if not do you know how

      • Admin Tina Rutherford August 24, 2021 / 1:31 pm

        Our courses start at preschool and go all the way through high school. If your 5-year-old knows all letters and sounds, you can start at the kindergarten level. Otherwise, back up to preschool to get that foundation.

  3. Christy Watson July 21, 2021 / 5:56 am

    Can’t thank you enough for this curriculum. It’s made our family closer because the children get to work together on a subject instead of fighting for time to get help on assignments.

    I noticed you have a separate spelling class that I will use this year. It doesn’t seem to be included when I page through the language arts in myEP can you help me find it or make it available?



    • Easy Peasy All-in-One Homeschool July 21, 2021 / 10:45 am

      I’m so glad to hear it’s had a positive effect on your family. On My EP, spelling is the first thing in any of the Electives blocks. When you add the Electives block, if it doesn’t say Spelling in the added course block, click on Previous course.

      • Tara September 7, 2021 / 4:39 pm

        I am having problems adding the spelling as well. I have tried what you suggested, but still have not been successful. Please help. Thank you.

    • Tara September 7, 2021 / 4:37 pm

      I am having the same problem adding the spelling as well. I have tried what was suggested, but still cannot get it to pull up no matter how far back I go on previous course.

      • Admin Tina Rutherford September 7, 2021 / 4:38 pm

        Please be sure you’re using an elective block. It’s the very first course in that block. It’s not in the language arts block.

  4. Lorri Williams July 22, 2021 / 10:32 pm

    Hello, I am having trouble finding the printable “parent guide” for level 4 math. Can you help? Thank you, I love this site and have registered!

    • egl4031 July 22, 2021 / 10:34 pm

      The parent guides are only available for purchase, but they’re also only necessary if you’re using the offline workbooks. If you’re using the online courses, the parent guides won’t apply. For more info, see this page:

  5. Misty July 26, 2021 / 7:16 pm

    hello how are you all doing? praying all is well and blessed for you all? I am wanting to know is the children’s completed work stored all year? as in can we go back and have proof if needed that their work is being done?

    • Admin Tina Rutherford July 26, 2021 / 7:17 pm

      No, we don’t keep any records. You can take screenshots or print things out throughout the year if your state requires proof of some kind.

  6. rebecca July 27, 2021 / 2:14 am

    Hello, we are very new to this curriculum but absolutely love everything we have seen so far, however I have a question…my youngest son (6) is autistic and was wondering if there were any special home school activities that We can do with him, coupled with the EP to help with the learning process for him.

    • Admin Tina Rutherford July 27, 2021 / 2:19 am

      If you’re on Facebook, please join our Special Kids group for tons of support!

  7. adok123 July 27, 2021 / 10:08 pm

    Hello, I thought at one point when i was searching the options for classes, I thought i saw Sign language as an option. Was I mistaken or just looking in the wrong place?

  8. Crystal Anderson July 28, 2021 / 7:43 pm

    Hello. I am looking for the Christian side of things. I went to get books but don’t see anything for history or Bible or Christian. I could only find history in the printable section and it says next to the Bible section that they are included in the history theme workbooks in the store but the books that takes me too all say printables. So I’m a little confused. Is history only something that can be done online with the printables or is the books the link takes me to, to buy on Amazon that says printables really a workbook?

    • Admin Tina Rutherford July 28, 2021 / 7:55 pm

      Our curriculum is an online curriculum. Over the years, we’ve made a few courses available as offline options, but the majority of our courses (including history and Bible) are online-only. You can print or purchase as a bound book the worksheets that go along with the online course, but the rest of the course will still be online.

      • Crystal Anderson July 29, 2021 / 9:16 pm

        Awsome thank you 😊

  9. Christa Reedy July 30, 2021 / 6:48 pm

    HI!! About how long relatively does it take for one child to complete the day of work? I am aware each child is different and takes more time than others but just trying to “roughly” plan my day since I will be having 3 using 1 computer. I am doing Easy Peasy this year for my 3 children and just purchased the printable books on Amazon. I am soooo very excited and thank you so much for this wonderful blessing in our lives. We would not have been able to pull our children from public school without this affordable easy blessing. God bless you!! I plan on having my daughter Sierra(7th) go first starting by 7:30 in the morning and then having my 2nd and 4th grader do their work. Thanks again. I dont have facebook to join the group.

    • Admin Tina Rutherford July 30, 2021 / 6:51 pm

      Generally speaking, around 30 minutes to an hour total for kindergarten, 20-30 minutes per subject for elementary, up to 45 minutes to an hour per subject for high school. Like you said, it will completely vary depending on the work ethic/focus/ability or the student, but those are rough time frame averages.

  10. Rararox86 August 3, 2021 / 6:23 am


    This site is so wonderful and I love that there are so many courses. I’m so thankful for the content.

    I was wondering if maybe sometime in the future, there could be an option where parents can leave notes to their student/s either in each subject or somewhere in the section where they check off their work. I think it would be good to leave words of encouragement or reminders to the students.

    This is just a thought 🙂

    • Easy Peasy All-in-One Homeschool August 3, 2021 / 8:57 am

      We do have on our list of feature request things like parent notes, whether encouragements, reminders, or alterations to the assignment. Everything we store costs a little more money, so we have to think about adding something like that and what the impact would be, but it’s something we do have in mind. What you can do for now, is add a Parent Add-On and use the course title to leave a note or make a webpage and link to it and change it with what you want to say that day. Then it would be part of their school day each day.

      • Rararox86 August 3, 2021 / 12:22 pm

        Oh, the Parent Add-On suggestion sounds like a good way to do it. Thank you so much for your response and thank you for all the effort you put into making this site. It really is a blessing. 🤗

      • kasey September 16, 2021 / 4:02 pm

        my kids have been doing this a month and i still dont understand the grade part that we have to send in and how do the graduate from this school i have one kid in 9th and one in 7th

      • Admin Tina Rutherford September 16, 2021 / 4:04 pm

        Is sending in grades a requirement of your state? You’ll want to check with your state group to see how to handle that.

        As far as graduating, in most states the homeschool parent is responsible for graduation requirements. You can read more on this page:

  11. Jason August 3, 2021 / 3:30 pm


    Covenant Light Private School, which is a Christian umbrella/satellite school, recommended I sign up with you. They support homeschool families and let the parents choose the material they’d like to use as long as the student learns what is required of them.
    My son is beginning his senior year, so I signed him up with Easy Peasy to do Spanish and US Government and other subjects like Bible Studies too. Was wondering if you have US Government as an option. I couldn’t find it in the curriculum. Maybe I’m not know how to find it.
    Love what you guys do!
    Grateful for any help,

  12. Brooke August 4, 2021 / 4:10 am

    My child will be starting school for the first time. He is six. He is level 1 for everything, but I had to start him off with the sight words/phonics and also kinder reading. Is this ok? Also, is there anyway I can do reading 1 and language 1 during the summer or something to catch up so that next year he will be on level 2 for everything? What do you suggest? Any help would be greatly appreciated.

    • Easy Peasy All-in-One Homeschool August 4, 2021 / 10:23 am

      Just start where you are and move forward. When you finish, just move forward with the next thing. Reading 1 is reading novels, something they wouldn’t start I don’t think until third grade in public school. You are not behind. You can look at Kinder Writing and Language Arts 1 and use what’s appropriate for your child.

  13. Denise August 4, 2021 / 5:27 am

    How do I find the password for the answer keys?

      • Lisa August 20, 2021 / 2:15 pm

        The answer key is unlocked without entering the password, how do I get this changed back?

      • Admin Tina Rutherford August 20, 2021 / 2:16 pm

        It sounds like your browser is storing it. Clear your cache and it will go back to requiring the password. Then in the future use a different browser or device to check the answers on OR clear your cache each time you check the answers if you need to use the one used for school to do so.

  14. Angela Shelton August 4, 2021 / 1:01 pm

    I’m looking into withdrawing my child from school and have questions. Will they receive a diploma when this is completed and able to go onto college? I’m so confused. I’m just looking for other educational options.

    • Admin Tina Rutherford August 4, 2021 / 2:06 pm

      In most homeschool situations, the parent provides the diploma. More info is on this page:

  15. Michael Smalley August 5, 2021 / 3:54 pm

    Good morning,

    We are trying to locate the Spanish Level 6. Lesson 2 refers to worksheets, so we assumed there is a printables book, but we are unable to locate it.


    • Admin Tina Rutherford August 5, 2021 / 3:58 pm

      There aren’t enough worksheets in the course to warrant a book. The worksheet is linked right there in lesson 2 or you can just use a notebook to write the words down.

  16. PAULINE R BISCOBING August 14, 2021 / 4:55 pm

    I’m trying to get my son enrolled in 8th grade and the site has him enrolled at 1st grade. Could you please help me with this situation so that we my get prepared for the school year?

    Pauline B.

    • Admin Tina Rutherford August 14, 2021 / 5:30 pm

      Go to your settings page and click “set level and theme” and choose level 8. You can also adjust any individual level by selecting “previous course” or “next course” if the 8th level courses need to be adjusted in any way for your student.

  17. Cathy Brackett August 16, 2021 / 3:03 pm

    How do I change my password? How do I create a password for my children to be able to answer questions?

    • Admin Tina Rutherford August 16, 2021 / 3:09 pm

      Your My EP Assignments password can be changed on the settings page. The site password for answers is universal and cannot be changed. It’s at the top of this page – parentsonly – all one word, all lowercase.

      • Miriam Angello August 30, 2021 / 4:40 pm

        Hi, I am having a similar issue where my child is able to see the answer links within his assignments for all of his classes. He is using a different computer than I am when I set everything up but when I logged into his assignments on his computer for the first time, the answer links were there and available for him to click on.
        Any help in trying to hide those links is greatly appreciated.

      • Admin Tina Rutherford August 30, 2021 / 4:43 pm

        The answer links will be a available on high school courses because many of our high schoolers are utilizing the curriculum independently and need access to the answers.

        On lower level courses, the answer links will be password-protected unless they are intended to be available to the student for learning purposes.

        The answer links cannot be hidden – they’re just part of the curriculum.

  18. vickie mattison August 17, 2021 / 5:35 pm

    Hi, i would like to use the Culinary Arts curriculum but some of the worksheets or not highlighted to click on or to print. How can i get those worksheets.

    • Admin Tina Rutherford August 17, 2021 / 5:45 pm

      That is one of the parent-submitted courses and not one we created or keep up with. You could join our High School group on Facebook and see if you can connect with the parent who made it.

      • Vickie August 17, 2021 / 5:48 pm

        Thank you so much!

  19. stephini ramer August 17, 2021 / 8:40 pm

    i need help on getting my children started but dont understand the process.

  20. Heather August 17, 2021 / 10:00 pm

    I love your site so far! When I first saw it I thought free is never free and if it is its garbage. Boy was i wrong! So far it exactly what it says. Easy Peasy! Very easy to set up and navigate so far. I have one question. In checking out my child’s lesson there were answers. When i clicked it it brought me to an answer key for quizzes! Is there a way to turn it off?
    Thank you,

    • Admin Tina Rutherford August 17, 2021 / 10:23 pm

      The lower level classes have answers that are password-protected. We recommend checking the answers from a different browser or computer than the one used for school in case your browser stores the password. The high school courses have answers available so your student can be independent in their work (like textbooks that have answers in the back.) I require that my students show their work so that I know they understand the process of reaching the answer and aren’t just copying it down and moving on.

      • Heather August 18, 2021 / 5:03 pm

        I’m not understanding. I didn’t set up a password. We just logged in and clicked my sons folder. In his lesson there is answer there. He clicked it and it gave him the answer. Same for quiz.

      • Admin Tina Rutherford August 18, 2021 / 5:07 pm

        You don’t set up the password. It’s universal. Is your son taking Algebra? That’s a high school course and the answers will be available to the student for all high school courses.

  21. Taryn August 18, 2021 / 9:56 pm

    Under parent settings, my children are enrolled in the once a week courses. Today should be Art, but it is not showing up on their student page. I deleted the core classes because we are doing those offline with the books. Was I supposed to leave those on their pages? Just not sure why the once a week courses are not showing up. Thank you

    • Admin Tina Rutherford August 18, 2021 / 9:57 pm

      Those show up based on the day number at the top of the page, not the calendar date. That way weekends, holidays, any breaks you take don’t cause you to miss assignments.

  22. Jessica Redmon August 20, 2021 / 7:45 pm

    I have unenrolled my 1st grader and I am wanting to know which books I will need to buy? I would rather buy them and him do work books instead of online if possible. Can someone help me with this?

    • Admin Tina Rutherford August 20, 2021 / 7:47 pm

      Only certain levels of math, reading, and language arts are available completely offline. Everything else (science, history, Bible, music, art, PE/health, thinking, computer) is only available online.

      See if this link helps you:

  23. EP user August 20, 2021 / 8:38 pm

    Hi, I was just wondering if the courses under “links to other courses” (for example, crash course film making) is worth any credit. Sites like have it listed if you search for it in the link, but some of the parent submitted courses don’t.

    • Admin Tina Rutherford August 20, 2021 / 9:01 pm

      In a homeschooling situation, in most states the parent or homeschool guardian determines the credit. As a general rule of thumb for high school, 120-180 hours of work is a worth 1 credit.

  24. Valerie August 23, 2021 / 11:26 pm

    I must be too hyper I cant figure where info is about what is needed for 2nd grade?
    Math, Writing, Reading, History? Anything else needed? IF so how do I see where to pull these up and do they cost anything.

    • Admin Tina Rutherford August 23, 2021 / 11:51 pm

      If you go to and set up an account, you can click “set level and theme” and it will auto-generate all of the recommended courses. You can change the level or subject matter by clicking “previous course” or “next course” and you can remove any course you don’t want by clicking the x to delete it. Easy Peasy is completely free. This link might help you:

  25. Cheryl Brawn for Veronica Brawn August 24, 2021 / 2:59 pm

    I am we are having a hard time understand the time line needed for World History. What should it show? What are the 14 periods?

    • Admin Tina Rutherford August 24, 2021 / 3:05 pm

      Our high school group can help with any assignments you don’t understand.

  26. Eva Becerra August 25, 2021 / 12:17 am

    I’m just wondering why 2nd grade has to take biology and Ancient history & those subjects that don’t pertain to 2nd grade.

    • Admin Tina Rutherford August 25, 2021 / 12:19 am

      You can choose any of the 4 themes for second grade. There’s not one specific to second grade, but there are 4 choices for levels 1-4 and 4 choices for levels 5-8.

  27. Amber Huey August 26, 2021 / 4:45 pm

    I need to see an answer but it’s password protected and it is says its not my log in password . What do I do?

    • Admin Tina Rutherford August 26, 2021 / 4:48 pm

      It’s at the top of this page under “troubleshooting/password”.

  28. hosannashout6048 August 29, 2021 / 4:22 am

    Is there a pdf grade sheet available for drawing professionally? if not, is one necessary ? I don’t know how to use the blanks without instruction lol TIA!

    • Easy Peasy All-in-One Homeschool August 29, 2021 / 9:37 am

      There is no grading in that course. If you want to use a blank grading sheet, give yourself 5 points for every completed lesson and take off a point for anything skipped in any lesson.

  29. Tiffany August 30, 2021 / 3:01 pm

    Thank you so much for this curriculum! I just pulled my kids from public school last year and this site was exactly what I needed to have the confidence and direction to home school my children. I was wondering if at some point if any of the high school classes will be offered in offline/workbook form? My son will be using Algebra 1 and Literature and Composition 1 next year for his ninth grade year which i see are in book format. He does better with physical books for some subjects instead of working online. Just curious. Would love to be able to order high school math and language arts in book format!

    • Easy Peasy All-in-One Homeschool August 30, 2021 / 3:03 pm

      We already have Lit and Comp 1 and Algebra 1 as offline courses, completely in books. And we’re continuing from there, so we’re ready for you! If you know where you saw that we didn’t have high school books (used to be true), let me know so I can edit that note.

      • Tiffany September 3, 2021 / 3:52 pm

        Great to hear! I didn’t see anywhere that it mentions that high school is not offered in book format. When looking ahead I just noticed that after Algebra I and Lit and Comp 1 that the rest of the subjects for high school are only offered in online format. So I thought I would just look into if at any point more high school courses would be offered in book format at some point.

  30. Tracy Ann Chandler August 30, 2021 / 4:20 pm

    How do we go in and check the students work? Is this an option?

    • Admin Tina Rutherford August 30, 2021 / 4:27 pm

      Easy Peasy doesn’t save any work. We have some suggestions you can use such as having your student keep tabs open for you to check, taking screenshots of their completed activities showing their work on paper, or even just leading questions from you “What did you read?” “What did you learn about in history?” etc. It becomes apparent very quickly what they absorbed and what they might have skipped or blown through even when you’re just asking questions.

  31. Amy August 30, 2021 / 6:42 pm

    Hi, my daughter is doing Bible Prophecy. I cannot find the spot where to type in “parentsonly” for the answers

    • Admin Tina Rutherford August 30, 2021 / 6:49 pm

      There aren’t usually password-protected answers in Bible. If the word “answer” is followed by a blank white space, click and drag to highlight the white space and the answer will appear. See the “where are the answers?” question above on this page if I’m not making it clear.

  32. Dee Gonzales August 31, 2021 / 9:40 pm

    Hello. New to this program and wondering how do I go back to a specific day to check my daughters work if I didn’t have time to check it on that day and is on another day now.

    • Admin Tina Rutherford August 31, 2021 / 9:43 pm

      You can click the course title from your parent settings page to go to the entire 180 lessons at any time. Just scroll to the lesson you need to look over.

      Easy Peasy is just a curriculum (like a set of books) and doesn’t save any work. That would be up to you/your student to do via screenshots, working on a piece of paper, leaving tabs open, etc.

  33. Tabitha September 1, 2021 / 8:33 pm

    Can parents remove or move the time for a break button that shows up when the child views their lessons?

    • Easy Peasy All-in-One Homeschool September 1, 2021 / 11:23 pm

      No, it automatically goes in the middle of the lessons, putting one more before it if it’s an odd number of lessons. What are you wanting to do? I can put on the feature request list to have a remove option, or let me know what the issue is. I just think it’s great for kids and you can order the courses to what you want done before they get there.

      • Tabitha September 2, 2021 / 5:55 pm

        I have a morning time before we do EP and we already have a break . I do think it’s good for kids to have a break I think it just might be good for parents to be able to add/ remove or move it. I love this program thank you.

  34. Shelby September 6, 2021 / 4:51 am

    Hi on the website it says to use the links provided to get the most current books on amazon, instead of searching on amazon. But it only links to and I need Amazon Canada.
    Any suggestions?

  35. Joan Cline September 6, 2021 / 1:11 pm

    hello, thank you so much for this program. how do i get the general information for home school information to submit to my state commissioner of education. thank you in advance for your help

    • Admin Tina Rutherford September 6, 2021 / 1:13 pm

      Check with your state group, as every state has different requirements and laws.

  36. Erika chiles September 8, 2021 / 9:45 pm

    Hi, i signed my daughter up using this curriculum for 7th grade.. when i go to the parent setting all the classes appear but when i go to her profile none of the once a week classes are comming up. Please help im so confused and thank u from the bottom of my heart for this curriculum..

    • Admin Tina Rutherford September 8, 2021 / 9:47 pm

      The once-a-week classes will only appear on her page on the day they are assigned. They are based on the day number at the top of her page, not the calendar date. Music appears on days ending in 1 or 6. Computer appears on days ending in 2 and 7. Art appears on days ending in 3 and 8. Thinking appears on days ending in 4 and 9. PE/Health appears on days ending in 5 and 0.

  37. Ashley September 9, 2021 / 6:53 pm

    Is there a link to print math printables for level 5?

    • Admin Tina Rutherford September 9, 2021 / 6:57 pm

      There is nothing to print in math 5 so there isn’t a need for a printables book.

  38. Verolynn September 9, 2021 / 8:18 pm

    Good afternoon. can I get the password for the answers please?

    • Admin Tina Rutherford September 9, 2021 / 8:19 pm

      Scroll up to the “troubleshooting/password” section above.

      • verolynn September 10, 2021 / 6:49 pm

        thank you.

  39. Nicole Long September 10, 2021 / 5:05 pm

    I was wondering how you are able to view that your child scored if they do the assignment online? I want to make sure that I am looking through what my child is working on, in case she’s just moving forward and not learning the concept. We are new to this and I appreciate this curriculum, my daughter really seems to like it, but its important to me to be able to see how she is doing.

    • Admin Tina Rutherford September 10, 2021 / 5:07 pm

      I would ask her to keep tabs open or teach her to take a screenshot. Easy Peasy is just a curriculum and has no way of keeping track of what/how your child is doing.

  40. Stephen D September 13, 2021 / 6:37 pm

    Quick question: Am I correct in believing that I, as a parent, create one account (email and password), add my child as a student, and then the student logs in with my parent account? and by doing so, he has access to everything I have access to? Is that correct?

    • Admin Tina Rutherford September 13, 2021 / 6:46 pm

      You are correct. Your student will click on their name to see their assignments. My EP Assignments is essentially a digital bookmark, keeping track of where you are in the curriculum. It doesn’t keep records, store answers, or anything like that. The worst thing a curious kid could do if they want to your parent settings page would be to “move the bookmark.”

  41. Susan September 13, 2021 / 10:54 pm

    Under the extras page and add on classes, are you still planning on including a once-a-week class bookmark? Then the parent can choose the day it will only appear, the day they are assigned.

  42. Heather Owen September 15, 2021 / 3:29 am

    Hi, I was wondering if there is a place to find printable kids play scripts? I am interested in helping build some reading skills among many others with my 7 year old son, and I thought maybe doing fun easy skits would be helpful for him. If you don’t have this would you recommend a website if you know of one?

  43. Melissa Sowers September 17, 2021 / 5:44 pm

    Good Afternoon,
    I would like to start by saying we love this curriculum and how easy its made homeschooling for our family! We are trying to get some info or help with Level 3 Reading. We have come to a place which has a worksheet * and I am not seeing a workbook or printables for this assignment. I checked in the Language Arts book to see if it was in there and did not see it. I cannot remember which subject we had this trouble with last time, I am thinking it was Art. The website stated the page would be in another printables book and we did not find it. Can anyone help me with this?
    Thank you for your time and thank you so much for offering this program to everyone!
    From my family to yours, we hope you have a wonderful weekend!

    • Admin Tina Rutherford September 17, 2021 / 5:49 pm

      There is no printables book for Reading 3. If you have the offline Reader, you can just follow the readings in that. If you’re using the online course, you can print as you come to the worksheets or you can just do them on a separate sheet of paper if you don’t have a way to print them. They are not owned by us and not something we can compile and sell.

      The art worksheets are included in the history printables books since the art courses go along with history. Or they can be printed from the print page or as you come to them in the course.

  44. Tiffany September 17, 2021 / 6:52 pm

    Hello. I have an 8th grader that I pulled out of public school this year. When I did the Language Arts assessment and Reading assessment I had to place him in a 5th grade level. He has no knowledge of grammar except what a noun is. He was an honor roll student at school. Obviously there are holes in his education that I need to fix. Going forward for high school next year would you suggest going into level 6 or starting Literature and Composition 1? If I do keep him at level 6 does that still count as credits for high school Language Arts?

    (I live in New Jersey which is an easier state as far as homeschool rules go)

    Thank you.

    • Admin Tina Rutherford September 17, 2021 / 7:24 pm

      Literature and Composition I has a good bit of grammar review if you want to look through it and see what you think. You could always use individual lessons from previous courses for review. Going to the course page and typing Ctrl f and “adverbs” or whatever you’re searching for will show you each instance of it in the course.

      I’d also join the high school Facebook group to talk to others who are adjusting courses for their high schoolers.

  45. Colleen September 17, 2021 / 8:55 pm

    There are no anwers to grade Literature and Composition 1, 9th grade, Lesson 15 Writing. Where can I find these? Thank you!

    • Admin Tina Rutherford September 17, 2021 / 8:59 pm

      The practice test? The answers are at the end.

  46. Tabatha Noffsinger September 19, 2021 / 7:57 pm

    HI! I am new to homeschooling and i have bought the books with the teachers guild. I was wondering do you all have a book that are for the quiz’s and test to go with the books. Thank You

    • Admin Tina Rutherford September 19, 2021 / 9:32 pm

      Algebra 1 has a quiz book. Other than that, any quizzes and tests will just be included in the workbooks. Outside of high school, there really aren’t quizzes and tests in an assessment sort of way. Scroll up to the “where are the tests?” question on this page to read more about that.

  47. Terry September 20, 2021 / 5:17 pm

    Hi there! Is there a way to delete a student from your account?

    • Admin Tina Rutherford September 20, 2021 / 5:20 pm

      Yes! On your parent settings page for the student you want to delete, scroll down below the day number and points to “students” and you’ll find add/edit/delete student options.

  48. ryan sanchez September 20, 2021 / 7:41 pm

    i need help looking for what to print out for me to start working on

    • Admin Tina Rutherford September 20, 2021 / 8:00 pm

      Most of the assignments are online. If there’s something to print, the directions will let you know, and it will be marked with an asterisk * – just follow the assignments directions step by step each lesson and you’ll be shown exactly what to do, even if there’s nothing to print.

  49. Dwain Bowles September 21, 2021 / 7:28 pm

    HTML5 lesson 49 lesson video doesn’t work it is just one second? Could this be fixed

    • Easy Peasy All-in-One Homeschool September 21, 2021 / 8:26 pm

      Thanks for letting me know. Unfortunately, the video I have saved for that lesson is that one. I’ll remove it from the lesson. The code itself is linked into the lesson.

  50. EP user September 23, 2021 / 10:34 pm

    Hi there! I noticed that at one point, Mrs Giles mentioned having children in college, and one daughter in particular that got into a good art college. Did she have to take the SAT? Math is a challenge anyways, but even more so for the SAT, which includes math skills that haven’t been learned yet in 11th (I’m at Algebra 2). In addition, do you even have to take the SAT to get into test-optional colleges?

    • Easy Peasy All-in-One Homeschool September 24, 2021 / 1:32 pm

      My daughter did not have to take the SAT to get into her school, and she got a full scholarship. The SAT goes up through Algebra 2. You’d have to look into specific schools to see what they require. It’s good to take just to keep your options open. My daughter only applied to one school. We believed we knew where she should go, and she applied at 16, so if she hadn’t gotten the scholarship, we would have done another year of high school and looked into other options.

      • EP user September 30, 2021 / 3:53 pm

        Thank you so much!

  51. Nora September 24, 2021 / 4:26 am

    Do the language arts courses teach sentence diagramming?

  52. AMY edmondson joyner September 26, 2021 / 11:22 pm

    Hello. My children was enrolled last year. How do I change their grades from 8th to 9th & 10th to 11th?

  53. Charlotte Taucher September 29, 2021 / 3:42 pm

    I used the temporary password to get into my account after getting a new computer because our other one had to be factory reset several times and I forgot to write down the password. I forgot what my password and I cant reset my password. clicking the “forgot password” button only gives me a temp one but to actually reset, it seems to require I know the current password which I have forgotten. Is there a way around this?

    • Admin Tina Rutherford September 29, 2021 / 4:03 pm

      Use the temporary password as your old password. You have to change it in the same day you receive the temporary password – otherwise you’ll need to go through the temporary password process again.

  54. ashleydawnn September 30, 2021 / 4:06 pm

    Hi! I am trying to complete day 31 for my children. Nothing is showing up for their assignments. I clicked ahead several days and there was still nothing for them to do. Is this a glitch?

    • Admin Tina Rutherford September 30, 2021 / 4:08 pm

      Yes, there is a glitch in the preview of My EP Assignments in some courses today. If you click the lesson number of a course, it will take you to the assignment on the site. You can always access the assignments that way any time you need to.

      • ashleydawnn September 30, 2021 / 4:14 pm

        Thank you so much!!!

  55. Leah September 30, 2021 / 5:13 pm

    Today assignments seem to be missing for both History and Biology in 5-8 levels. When the box is clicked for either of those courses nothing shows up. Thanks!

    • Admin Tina Rutherford September 30, 2021 / 5:15 pm

      Yes, our preview is experiencing a glitch. If you click the lesson number it will take you to the assignment.

      • Patricia Ledbetter October 5, 2021 / 1:02 pm

        Hi. I want to sign my boy up he’s in the 8th grade, I was signing him up and realized I have an account from last year when I tried, but I can’t sign in, the password does work, how do I find my password from last year.?

      • Admin Tina Rutherford October 5, 2021 / 1:45 pm

        You can use the “forgot password” option to get a temporary password, then log in and change your password to what you want it to be. No records are kept, so it doesn’t need to be an overly secure password. Something easy to remember is fine. I just have my browser save mine.

  56. Gracie October 18, 2021 / 2:59 pm

    how do you get to 6/7 grade answer pgs for math it has a password, and it said to reffer to FAQ pg

    • Admin Tina Rutherford October 18, 2021 / 3:12 pm

      It’s the very first FAQ at the top of this page.

  57. Kristi Hall October 18, 2021 / 8:03 pm

    i am getting messages that say “content is not available” when we use youtube kids for links in the website for reading. is this because of a setting possibly, that i have set? new to this:(

    • Admin Tina Rutherford October 18, 2021 / 8:06 pm

      Easy Peasy videos will not work on YouTube kids because they are regular YouTube links. You’ll need to use an account set to 13+ for those links.

  58. Cassandra Whittington October 20, 2021 / 10:35 pm

    Is there a possible estimate of when highschool books may become available for purchase? My oldest is currently at level 6 and intends to do the highschool levels too. She tends to do better with actual page work and I’d prefer to just buy the books each year. I will do printing if I must but was just curious.

    • Admin Tina Rutherford October 21, 2021 / 12:17 am

      Other than English and math, we don’t currently have any plans for other offline books. Lit and Comp I and Algebra I are already available in book form, and others will certainly be finished before a 6th grader is in high school, but again, it’s just those subjects, the same as the lower levels.

      • Cassandra Whittington October 21, 2021 / 6:20 pm

        Thank you so much.

  59. Amanda Carsten October 22, 2021 / 10:38 pm

    I am not seeing a way to add the Spelling Block to my kids courses. I have looked and looked and can not for the life of me figure out how to add it. Please help. My kids need the extra Spelling but having to help them hunt it down everyday with it not being on their page is frustrating…

    • Admin Tina Rutherford October 22, 2021 / 10:49 pm

      You need to add an electives block (either from your unused courses at the bottom of your settings page or from the “extras” page if you’re already using an electives block). Then you need to click “previous course” until you get to spelling. Save and go!

  60. Courtney October 26, 2021 / 5:58 pm

    Hi , first off we love this. It has been wonderful for our son but we need a little help. Is there a way I can have him on level 5/6 math with out changing everything else?

    • Admin Tina Rutherford October 26, 2021 / 5:59 pm

      Absolutely. You can adjust any individual course from your settings page by using the “previous course” and “next course” buttons in the course block.

  61. sawyer ferns October 27, 2021 / 4:09 pm

    what is the code for the art flickr group?

    • Admin Tina Rutherford October 27, 2021 / 4:14 pm

      Just follow the direct link from the course. It will take you to the correct group.

  62. sotofamilysite November 4, 2021 / 5:18 pm

    Lesson 14 on computer typing for fourth grade doesn’t work on abcya we even made an account 🙁

    • Admin Tina Rutherford November 4, 2021 / 5:20 pm

      ABCya activities will work from a computer. From a mobile device they will often require a subscription.

  63. Doggiesandart November 9, 2021 / 6:23 pm

    I am a student. I have thinking today, and just wanted to let you know that the link for “Rhythm” doesn’t seem to be working.

    • Admin Tina Rutherford November 9, 2021 / 6:29 pm

      Is this the one from levels 4-6 thinking? It worked for me. Click the play button on the Google doodle at the top of the page.

      If it’s a different course, let me know which one and I’ll check it for you.

  64. B November 11, 2021 / 2:25 am

    Hi, on some of the Bible lessons in the Old Testament study, there are assignment questions with no answers. Instead, the questions are followed by “(answer: )”. Are the answers missing?

    • Admin Tina Rutherford November 11, 2021 / 3:05 am

      Scroll up on this page to “where are the answers” and it will explain. If you click and drag the blank space the answer will appear. They’re intended for the kids to be able to check if they were right about what they thought.

  65. traditionalfolkishmom November 15, 2021 / 12:38 am

    Hello, How do I grade for a 6th and 4th grader? We are using EP for our main curriculum, my 8th grader, I was able to use EP grading scale for 8th grade only, however is there a way to grade for 6th and 4th grade?

    • Admin Tina Rutherford November 15, 2021 / 12:43 am

      We don’t recommend grading until high school when grades are needed for a transcript. A few of our level 8 courses are high school level (Algebra I, Lit and Comp I, and Spanish I), so they include grading sheets and rubrics. Outside of high school, grades are a way for a teacher to communicate to a parent how the student is doing in their class. Since you’re with your student, you know how they are doing. If your child isn’t doing well, you keep going over a concept until they understand it. In that way, they’d always be getting As and Bs.

      If you want to grade, you’re welcome to. Scores, attitude, proficiency, etc. can be turned in to grades. But again, there’s really no need before high school.

  66. Warren schergevitch November 15, 2021 / 4:16 am

    Are there answer keys for the free coarse’s?

    • Admin Tina Rutherford November 15, 2021 / 4:18 am

      See the FAQ above ok “where are the answers?” They will be linked right in the assignments where they are available.

  67. paperpot November 16, 2021 / 5:08 am

    On lesson 38 in biology there were a list of 22 questions. It said to score out of 25 for potential extra credit. It would make more sense if there were more questions… if I got all 22 correct, what do I write down as my score?

    • Admin Tina Rutherford November 16, 2021 / 5:18 am

      Start with 25 points and deduct one for each question you got wrong. That’s what makes it extra credit. If you get them all right, it’s 25/22 points for 3 extra credit points.

      • paperpot November 16, 2021 / 7:41 am

        On the grading sheet it says that there are 25 possible points.

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