Easy Classical… TOS Crew Review

Over the years, one of the biggest homeschool struggles for me has been scheduling all that I want to get done in a day, week or even a school year.  Scheduling takes time… and time is something that is a prize commodity for homeschool moms.  

Enter Easy Classical!  The Williams family of Easy Classical has taken all the work out of scheduling for homeschool families… especially those who ascribe to the classical education model.

Sandy Williams sent me a download version of the “Early Modern History Schedule” for review.  The Easy Classical Early Modern History Schedule includes 36 week-long schedules for K-6th grade.  The schedule includes 45+ pages of charts, sheets, and helps that will enhance your child’s learning. Each week’s lesson has review questions with answers, and quizzes included with each lesson. This schedule also includes a shopping list for the next day, as well as detailed instructions on how to use the schedules and the books you purchase.  All of this comes neatly packaged in a 1″ 3 ring binder.

While I am not a classical education homeschooler, I do find the Early Modern History Schedule by Easy Classical to be impressive… especially the price.  The 1′ 3 ring binder notebook version is just $34.95 and the digital version is only $29.95.  

After seeing the Easy Classical Early Modern Schedule, I think I’ve changed my mind on the value of a schedule that is completely ready for my use in our homeschool.  

Click here to see what other TOS Crew members think.

**disclaimer… I was given this product for my honest review.  I received no other compensation.

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