There are four themes, which are labeled as Program Years or Years on the site. They are the rest of your child’s assignments. They include science and history daily as well as weekly art, music, and PE/health lessons. Every day there is one of the weekly courses.
There are just two levels for the program years. The first through fourth levels directs them to the lower level lessons. The fifth through eighth levels directs the students to the higher level of lessons. They can be considered the elementary (L) and middle school (M) levels. I set it up that way so that all of your children can be studying the same thing at the same time. They may all be learning about pyramids or bones, or whatever, on the same day, but they most often will have different readings or videos to do so.
Below “programs of study” in the menu, you will find links for the various years of study. A program year includes history, science, Bible, music, art and PE/health. You only need to click on these if you want to use all of the program courses without using a grade level. The levels direct the children to the current level of history or science. You just need to choose which theme you want to follow.
The program years are as follows:
Year 1 — Biology, Ancient History, Matthew and historical books of the Bible
Year 2 — Animals, Early American History, Mark and New Testament minus the other gospels and Revelation
Year 3 — Earth Science, Geography and Cultures, Luke and Psalms and Proverbs
Year 4 — Physics and Chemistry, 20th Century History, John and Prophets
Music and art will follow along with the history studies as much as possible.