Heart of Dakota Curriculum

Disclaimer: I have not received any compensations for writing this review. All views and opinions expressed in this post are my own.

Good evening! I’m back with another post for you. This time, I’ll be sharing with you the homeschool curriculum that I have chosen as our main curriculum. But first, a little background.

I first started researching homeschool curriculum when I was pregnant with The Boy (my oldest). This may sound like I went a bit overboard and started much too early, but I truly enjoy comparing the options, figuring out longterm costs, planning, organizing, and pretty much anything homeschool-related.

Prior to having children, Hubby and I had discussed that I’d like to homeschool our own kids. Hubby was open to discussing the option, but had reservations about homeschooling, especially when it came to homeschooling much farther past the elementary years.

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Easy Peasy Curriculum

I first discovered Easy Peasy a few years ago when I was looking for free and low-cost homeschool curriculum options. I was and am thoroughly impressed with the amount and quality of material available on this site, all completely FREE.

Easy Peasy contains complete, 180-day lesson plans for all of the core subjects and a few options for elective subjects as well. There is material available for students in PreK to Grade 12.

As I mentioned earlier, the quality of material for each subject is high. The woman who created the site is a homeschooling mom, and she desires to make high-quality homeschool curriculum available to anyone. Homeschool laws vary drastically from state to state; some states have very strict requirements for homeschoolers, while others are very relaxed in what they require of their homeschooling families. Easy Peasy’s creator is a homeschooling mom in Pennsylvania — a state which has some of the strictest in terms of which subjects need to be taught, the number of hours/days that need to be in a school year, and information that must be reported to the state.

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