Hey there! I was so excited when our new books from Easy Peasy, and a few from Genesis Curriculum, arrived. Easy Peasy is an online Christian curriculum and is totally free with option to purchase readers and workbooks. You can take a look at the store here. (I do NOT earn a commission from any links in this blog post. I just love this curriculum so much!! It truly is an answer to prayer…Praise the Lord!!)
With that said, I’d like to share how I put a homeschool planner together for my three kids. It’s very simple and free! I printed out all the necessary pages from the Easy Peasy online homeschool curriculum. You may go here to check out the free printables!
I like to use a basic 1″ binder as a planner. This one has a clear pocket on the front, convenient for inserting a “school picture”. On the spine of the binder I simply write my daughter’s name, grade level, and school year. Inside are dividers for each subject to place their work.
My youngest daughter is 3.5 years old and her binder is a simple setup.
Here is the order of how I place the printables inside my two older daughters’ binders:
Here are scope and sequence printables for P.E./Health, Thinking, and Computer. If you like, you may create a scope & sequence/lesson plan and submit to Lee Giles, creator of Easy Peasy and Genesis Curriculum, at email@example.com. For FAQs go here. Also, there are many facebook support groups for those who use, or are planning on using this free curriculum. Click here if you would like to join one or more of Easy Peasy’s facebook groups.
Hope this helps. Happy homeschooling and God bless!!