• Lisa Metzger

2012 Metzger Homeschool Schedule - Year-round with Multiple Grade Levels


I'm really enjoying our school schedule this year! Since we school year-round, taking a few breaks during the year and a larger break between Thanksgiving and New Years, our grade levels are "in between" for some of the children. They all go at their own pace and complete their school years at different times during the year. Below is how we have worked it all out! I hope it sparks some imagination in your own home school!


Kaitlyn (12 years, 9th Grade) 2012

Monday – Consumer Mathematics, Vocabulary Cartoons x 3, Oral Language Plus, American Literature, The Daily Spark, Music Theory Review, 4H Projects

Tuesday – Consumer Mathematics, The Daily Spark x 2, Choir/Theory, 4H Projects

Wednesday – Consumer Mathematics, Vocabulary Cartoons x 3, Oral Language Plus, American Literature, The Daily Spark, Online Geography, MOH, God’s Design For Life x 2 @ 4:30, Missions Reading/book report, 4H Projects

Thursday – Consumer Mathematics, Vocabulary Cartoon Review, The Daily Spark, Music Theory Review, 4H, Wilderness, 4H Projects

Friday – Community Service, Geography, 4H Projects, Read and Understand Science x 1


Ethan (11, 7th/8th grade) 2012

Monday – Pre-Algebra x 2, Typing, Reading, Oral Language Plus, 4H Projects

Tuesday – The Daily Spark, FFHA, Reading, 4H Projects

Wednesday – Pre-Algebra x 2, The Daily Spark, Oral Language Plus, Online Geography, MOH, Reading, God’s Design For Life x 2 @ 4:30, 4H Projects

Thursday – Pre-Algebra x 1, Silly Starters with Trey, Reading, typing, 4H

Friday – Community Service, Geography, Read and Understand Science x 1


Trey (9 years, 5th/6th grade) 2012


Monday – The Daily Spark, Math x 1, Typing, Reading, 4H Projects

Tuesday – Math x 2, FFHA, Reading, 4H Projects

Wednesday – The Daily Spark, Online Geography, MOH, Reading, God’s Design For Life x 2 @ 4:30, 4H Projects

Thursday – Math x 2, Silly Starters with Ethan, reading, typing, 4H

Friday – Community Service, Geography, Read and Understand Science x 1


Jake (7 years, 3rd grade) 2012

Monday – Math grade 3 x 2, Language 3, Typing, Reading, 4H Projects

Tuesday – Math grade 3x 1, FFHA, Reading, 4H Projects

Wednesday – Math grade 3x 1, Online Geography, MOH, Reading, God’s Design For Life x 2 @ 4:30, 4H Projects

Thursday – Math grade 3x 1, Language 3 x 2, Typing, Reading, 4H

Friday – Community Service, Geography, Read and Understand Science x 1


Julia (6 years, K5/1st grade) 2012


Monday –Math 1st grade x 1, Reading Advanced K5, 4H Projects

Tuesday – Math 1st grade x 1, FFHA, 4H Projects

Wednesday – Reading Advanced K5, Geography, 4H Projects, God’s Design For Life x 2 @ 4:30 Thursday – Math 1st grade x 2, Typing, 4H

Friday – Community Service, Geography, Read and Understand Science x 1


Ellie (Pre-K) 2012


Monday - Thursday: "Preschool" and Rod and Staff


Judah (Nothing formal at all, just 3 years old) 2012


Monday - Thursday: "Preschool" with his big sister so that he can learn how to count, address, phone number, birthday, days of week, months of year, etc. Workbook from Wal-Mart.


Eva (11 months...play, play, eat, nap, play) 2012


*FFHA is Fun and Fitness Homeschool Athletics (mainly P.E. and pick-up sports games)

*4H for our children includes: Veterinary Science, sewing, Robotics, Wilderness, Animal Sciences, (and in the past - Rabbits, Pre-Flight, Dogs)

*MOH is Mystery of History On the day we do that, we do 3 lessons plus work on our timeline!

*Science reading is nature, animal and Creation sciences that we read aloud. Experiments are also done at that time. Again, we will do two or three lessons at a time.

*Geography Video/Presentation is when one of our children chooses a country in a continent I choose. They find a YouTube video (with me by their side to "screen" them) or a Netflix video. They also do a presentation on that country and everyone learns to locate that country on the globe.

*Games are all educational in nature (money counting, math, geography, etc.)

*Community Service projects are like this and this and more in that section!

*Doubling Up! Our children double up on certain subjects on different days so that we can devote Fridays to more fun activities and to community outreach. Since we school year-round, some subjects are only done 4 days per week.


This plan is not set in stone and will probably be tweaked as the year goes forward! Ahhhh...the beauties of homeschooling!


Lisa Metzger