The Easy Peasy All in One Homeschool – I’m working on a complete, online, free curriculum. Right now it is for Pre K through eighth. It is everything: reading, language arts, writing, art, music, science, history, math, computer, health/PE, Bible and logic. It has everything laid out. You can do it by course–like just use it for science–or, you can use it for everything. It’s laid out so that your child can go to day 4 and just go down all the assignments for that day. It’s made for your children to work as independently as you want them to. It uses classic literature, videos, lapbooks, notebooking, narration, experiments, interactive websites, online games, all free resources… My children are using it now as I put it together. It’s written so that the whole family studies the same topics at the same time in everything except math and English. Click the link above to check it out and see if it’s what your family needs.
Here is curriculum I have written based on what’s available for free and linked to this site. Everything used in the curriculum is found for free online and it’s all on this site–all of the books to read, everything. I’d love to hear from those of you who have used these.
These are for elementary age through high school, K-12. They are written so the whole family can study the same topic at the same time.
Please let me know of any problems you find with the links and I’ll take care of them right away. I have been able to fix anything found so far, so please let me know and don’t just assume the site doesn’t exist anymore.
Language Arts Curriculum updated April 2011
Early American History Curriculum updated April 2011
Earth Science Curriculum new April 2011
Geography and Cultures Curriculum NEW June 13, 2011
Though I really want to write out a new curriculum for you guys, I don’t think I’m going to take the time to do it. I have curriculum written out for Chemistry and Physics and 20th Century history over at my online curriculum. You can see it there.
Biology, World History — ancient through middle ages (This is what I’ll be working on in 2012.)
Animals, Early American History — explorers through civil war
Earth Science, Geography and Cultures (mixing some history of the countries as we go through)
Chemistry and Physics, 20th Century History (picking up where we left off in America)
I like having the focus on America and the world every other year so we’re not too self focused. This is our science schedule for now. When I have high schoolers, one might want to focus on marine biology during the animals year, another might do chemistry that year and have a full year each of chemistry and physics. I expect they would use free online textbooks and courses for such endeavors if they are really into science and only supplement with other materials. We shall see.