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Easy Peasy - An All-in-One Homeschool Curriculum

posted Jul 31, 2018, 12:04 PM by DanandBecky Kee   [ updated Jul 31, 2018, 12:08 PM ]
Easy Peasy - All-in-One Homeschool Curriculum
Easy Peasy - An All-in-One Homeschool Curriculum
       
Have you been waiting for an amazing resource to fall in your lap???  Here it is!

This homeschool mom, Lee, and her husband were overseas missionaries when they began homeschooling.  They now earn a living through Currclick.com  In the course of teaching her own children, Lee began picking and choosing lessons from many different sources, and organized her children's curricula in a wordpress blog.  She has been convicted by God to offer those resources for free to anyone who would like to use them.  

That means, my friend, that you can homeschool your child, from K through 12, for FREE.

On her site, she explains a little about her educational philosophy, why she has chosen the lessons she has, and how to use them.  There is a facebook group for Easy Peasy users, and apparently hundreds more facebook groups for specific types of Easy Peasy users! (see https://allinonehomeschool.com/facebook-groups/ for a complete list)

Using this curriculum is as simple as clicking on your child's grade level, and starting at Day 1.  It's not a school, or something you have to register for, so you can work at your own pace.  Take a few days to browse around and see how it might fit into your family's dynamic, and start your kid where you feel it's most appropriate.  

You can choose to use a grade level as whole, or you can work through individual subjects.   I'm personally happy with most of what my kids are doing right now, but there are a few subjects where it would be nice to have this structured, independent, day-by-day set up, so we'll be trying just a few subjects in our house this summer.  

There are a few Treasure families who use some or all of this curriculum in their own homes, so ask on the Loop or at the next park day if you'd like to hear more about it.

How to Use Easy Peasy All-in-One Homeschool