Easy Peasy All-in-One Homeschool

When we  first started homeschooling Charlie David and I were lost and had no clue how to begin or even where to look for items to use. Although I was blessed as I had been working online for a while and had been blogging  I knew there was Homeschooling Bloggers out there that could and would help me if I asked them to.
This  is where Thaleia Maher came into my life as God knew I was struggling and I found Thaleia who  introduced me to so many resources so I could homeschool Charlie for free. I was truly blessed when God brought Thaleia and her website Something 2 Offer into my life as it made my Homeschooling journey less painful and I was able to see I could teach Charlie without breaking the bank.
This morning I would like to share with you one website I couldn’t have lived without and it was from Thaleia and ClickSchooling that I learned about this website and it is totally free. The website is called Easy Peasy All-in-One Homeschool and it is free to use and has all the resources you would need for the entire school year.
Easy Peasy
Age Range: 4-18 (Grades PreK-12, with parental supervision)
At this website, you can access FREE, Internet-based curricula for grades PreK-8.
(See more about high school, grades 9-12 below.)
This curricula was compiled by a homeschool mom, is meant to be college preparatory, and has a Christian point of view

(but can be used and/or adjusted as needed by people of all faiths and beliefs).

Because today is Language Arts day at ClickSchooling, we focused on the English lessons for this review, but you will also find free curriculum for:

  • Art
  • Bible
  • Computer
  • Spanish
  • History
  • Math
  • Music
  • PE/Health
  • Science (Biology, Zoology, Physics, Chemistry)
When you get to the site, read the introduction and then scroll down the menu to find Language Arts. Click on any grade level and a new page opens with 180 days (the standard school year) of lessons. The lessons contain links to free resources and materials on other websites such as books, poems, grammar, writing instructions, and printables, etc. You’ll find everything you need to provide instruction and deliver the curriculum to your children.
To access the free high school curriculum, visit the companion website,). The high school curriculum includes Bible, English, History, Humanities, Math, Science (with Labs), PE/Health, Electives, etc.
As explained at the website, “You’ll need paper, pencil, etc. and some minor supplies if you choose to do the experiments and art projects, but all of the reading materials, etc. are all free and online. My hope is to enable families to continue homeschooling no matter their life circumstances.”
Thank you,
Glenda, Charlie and David Cates
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