I posted this in another group, but I am curious about experiences with Easy Peasy. I am currently doing K12, but am considering this curriculum. I am just curious if it is good as a stand alone curriculum or if I need to supplement. Any experiences would be helpful. Thanks.
October 16, 2013 at 9:39 PM
We have several people in the Learning Abled Kids' support group that use Easy Peasy. It's based upon what a homeschooling mom used for her kids, so it pretty much covers the standard, required subjects. You have to acquire the books as she provides the planning. People who use it seem to lke it!
by diane5583October 22, 2013 at 9:31 PM
We have been using it but supplement alot.. we took out math and use teaching textbooks, I took out her spelling and added my own, I added Rosetta stone for Spanish, I added Dancemat typing to teach her basic typing,and cursive copywork, and we do extra Grammar and writing. I also do my own PE, Health, and Geography in adition to Easy Peasy
We do use her Reading, Grammar, History, Science, Computers, Thinking, Health. We ended up taking out bible as it was getting to be too much and she has sunday school each week
This is our first year homeschooling, she is in 3rd grade
by EmmasMom303October 24, 2013 at 9:48 PM
We use EP and my daughter loves it. But we also supplement with MobyMax, printables and other curriculium that I recieved from the Friday program my daughter goes to. Now she only wants to use EP and Mobymax and so thats what we are using now.