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Frequently Asked Questions

  1. Does this curriculum adhere to Common Core? No, this curriculum does not incorporate CCSS.
  2. Is this Curriculum Secular or Christian Based? This curriculum is secular and it does not have any political agenda. This curriculum focuses on education of the subjects and not politics or religion. There is evolution in approximately 3 lessons (depending on which grade level) which you can skip if you’d like. It does not state evolution as fact. It asks the student to learn about evolution and make their own determinations. This curriculum promotes critical thinking of the student. If you want to supplement religion, you can. The beauty of homeschooling is that you can pick and choose to teach your children whatever you’d like. We have lots of parents that are Christian and lots of parents that are secular. Both use this curriculum and have been extremely happy.
  3. Do books get shipped to my house? This curriculum is 100% digital. We do have printing partners. We recommend The Homeschool Printing Company or Best Value Copy. The Homeschool Printing Company is typically cheaper. Especially if you get it double-sided printed. We’ve also had customers use the Epson EcoTank printer which prints up to 11,000 pages on the ink included in the printer (plus you can purchase more ink as needed).
  4. Tell me more about how to use this digitally. You and your student can use a computer, tablet or mobile device to complete the coursework. We have detailed instructions once you purchase, but essentially our curriculum comes in PDF format and you just click where you want to start typing, and you’ll be able to write on the curriculum instantly. We do recommend signing up for a Lumin PDF Teacher account and using that for your student’s work. Lumin is normally $208/yr but our customers get it for free (we supply you with a code to use). It is very easy and you can bookmark where your child left off each day.
  5. Is this program accredited? No. Accreditation is a form of credentialing that applies to schools. The truth is that homeschool curricula cannot be accredited; only academic institutions can. Accreditation occurs when a brick-and-mortar or a virtual school is reviewed by an accreditation agency, and is said to achieve certain standards. Often, the accreditation process involves self-evaluation by an organization during which it compares its own data and feedback against research-based performance outcomes. Since All in One Homeschool Curriculum is a curriculum and not a school, it cannot be accredited. However, this curriculum is educationally rigorous, and does prepare your high schooler for college.
  6. If I have more than one child in my household, do I need to purchase more than one copy? What about for each device within my household? No. You can use this curriculum for multiple kids as long as they are in the same household and on multiple devices. We respectfully ask that you purchase more than one if you are sharing amongst multiple households. Each household must purchase their own.
  7. Is everything included in this curriculum? Do I need to buy additional books? No. All of our curriculum is complete and comes with the reading material and everything you need to homeschool. Just open the Teaching Guide and the Student Course Work and start! There may be a few household items needed for science experiments, but those are called out in the Teaching Guide and are easily found around your home.
  8. Does this come with teacher books to help grade? Yes! Each grade and subject comes complete with teaching guides and answer keys.
  9. Is this curriculum accessible online or by printing? Both! You can write directly on our curriculum from any computer, tablet or mobile device, or choose to use a program like Lumin PDF (which makes it easy to bookmark each lesson and get back to schoolwork very easily) or you can print at your leisure. We have parents that do each one.
  10. How many hours a day (on average) does this curriculum take? It depends on the grade, but typically between 1.5-3 hours. The 1.5 hours is for the lower grades and is based on attention span, and the older grades take more time. However, you are in control of your homeschool so you can choose how and when to have your child complete the coursework. This curriculum is self-paced.
  11. Does your curriculum include video or classes led by teachers? No, this curriculum is mostly student led, with help from the parent. We do have some videos, but mostly it is reading based and hands-on experiments or projects.
  12. Do you have samples of your curriculum that I can view? Yes! Each grade has samples listed on the page. Just scroll down and you should be able to click the sample links to see what this curriculum has to offer.