Tuesday, February 5, 2013

Loving Easy Peasy Homeschool!!

If you haven't checked out Easy Peasy Homeschool you should!

I have two freshman in high school this year and a 5th grader. I can't tell you how this has revolutionized our schooling. It's a fantastic FREE website that points you to all sorts of amazing websites on the internet. Each of these so far in our journey have been quality free learning sites. I can pick and choose as I go along. It's all in my control and yet the quality is hard to be beat.

Disclaimer: if you use some of the science sources that are free, please realize you should view them first. There is a bit of evolution in them. In my opinion my kids are well grounded in creationism and it's okay for them to see what others believe and question it. I encourage my older ones to question!

Here is what my 5th grader is doing and I should say LOVING!

Math Facts - Easy Peasy
Math - Math U See for workbook

Science Videos and fun stuff - Easy Peasy
Science Workbook - Abeka

Health - Abeka Workbook

Reading - Easy Peasy
Writing - Easy Peasy

Grammar - Schoolhouse Teachers Daily Grammar

Thinking Skills - Easy Peasy

Year 1 Easy Peasy

We are also use her History as supplemental since we are doing History in Co-op.

As you can see, this is a very full curriculum for my 5th grader and she loves following the days lessons along with fun links. I love it too! Can you tell yet?

Tomorrow I'll tell you what my Freshman are doing this year. Stay tuned


  1. Thanks for reviewing EP. I have a 9th, 7th, 4th and 2nd. I'm considering using EP for next year. :)

  2. I was very happy to review it. We are loving using her site. It has transformed our homeschool.

    It takes a few minutes to get the hang of it, but I promise it is quite easy to follow. My youngest loves having the laptop and links to click that we know are safe and educational.

  3. I hope this comment gets to you ... Never sure on older posts :) I am just starting out homeschooling, and I was sold on math u see, but now finding EP - and I am curious as to why you use both for math? Do they go together easily? I have never taught anything but music, and was never homeschooled, so I am not sure how to "join" two curriculums to get the best advantage for my little sponges.