This is the sister site to Easy Peasy All-in-One Homeschool which houses lessons for pre-k through 8th.
I’m Lee, the creator of the Easy Peasy homeschool lessons. I’m the mother of six homeschooled children. I began putting my own children’s assignments online in 2011 as a way to preserve them. I purposefully wrote them in such a way that others would be able to use them as well. In 2012 I started letting others know about it. My hope is that these sites will enable families to homeschool no matter what their life situation.
One full year of courses is up and available. A second year of courses is in the works. You can read the full list of what’s planned on the courses page. If a course is listed as “parent submitted,” then it was something sent to me by an EP user. I haven’t worked through it to check content. Some of them are in 180-day format, some aren’t. Some have tests and answers; some do not. They are just shared as a way to help each other out.
New courses are popping up. I made a brief PE/health course for the coming year. It’s a weekly health article and a daily workout routine. Bible 2 is now complete. It picks up where Bible 1 left off. The goal is to read completely through the Bible in four years. I also posted the biology course I’m in the middle of working on, so you can see what will be available. The first two quarters are done. It should be “open for business” by summer like the rest of the new high school courses, though it may be ready sooner.
I just posted two courses that are in the works.
British Literature and Algebra 2 are under construction. You can find them in the course list. They should be ready this spring for anyone to begin over the summer.
The plan is for biology and the second half of American history, post Civil War, to be completed for this school year as well. The goal is to have everything ready for use by June.
I have helpers for English, science and history. I’m so grateful for the moms helping out with these courses!
Lee Binz has another free book on Kindle today. It’s on keeping comprehensive homeschool records. I am hoping to get a record put together for each of the high school courses that can be used by everyone. It will have the course description. reading list, grading criteria, etc. This isn’t done yet, but I am hoping to get them on Wikis, so that together we can create them and get them as high quality as possible.
Remember, you don’t need a Kindle for this. You can read it online through Amazon.com.
This is only available for a few days, How to Homeschool College by Lee Binz. It’s free on Kindle right now through Amazon. Leave a review if you find it helpful. (Remember that you don’t have to have a Kindle to read this. You can download a Kindle reader onto your computer or read online through Amazon’s cloud reader.)
Courses are starting to come together for this coming school year. My goal is to have the full schedule ready for use in June.
Spanish 2 was just posted. I’m just waiting on answers for it to be completely ready for use. Someone is working on them.
A new geometry course was posted. That is ready to be used now. This includes a short daily SAT prep exercise.
Foundations is a course I am creating that combines character, critical thinking, study and speaking skills. I have three quarters complete so far.
An English literature course is being worked on. This will include a short daily SAT prep exercise.
Science and history have not been started. I don’t want to announce what they will be in case I change my mind!
An EP mom sent me a walk through of the testing and admissions process. She’s been through it with a child and I haven’t yet, so I appreciate her help. I posted it on the Homeschooling High School/College page.
Just scroll down a bit and you’ll see a break. That’s where it begins.
People are asking lots of questions about the parent submitted courses. These are not EP courses. These are just parents who put a schedule together for their own kids to use and shared it. I don’t guarantee anything about them. I don’t know their content, difficulty level, etc. I can’t make up tests or answer sheets for them. We only have whatever the parent submits. I am working to make sure there is a full course load each year apart from those, they are just for those who want to use them. I hope everyone understands that.