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This is to be used along with EP All-in-One Homeschool. It allows you to choose your own courses and mark off as you complete them. Check the Updates page for what's new.

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How To

FAQ

See also the list of explanations with videos below!

Accounts/Passwords

Either you need to reset your password (click Forgot Password and Reset Password) or you never created an account. Go to the registration page to do that.
Try using "Switch" next to the student name on the Settings page (under the heading Students) to find the child you are looking for.
There are no student profiles, per se. There is just one login for the family. Use "Switch" on the settings page to get to the correct student.
There are no student accounts. There is just one login for the family. Use "Switch" on the settings page to get to the correct student.
The password for every answer page is parentsonly, all lowercase, all one word. Your password only works to get your My EP account info saved. It's not linked to allinonehomeschool.com, where the courses are. The password for every answer page is parentsonly, all lowercase, all one word.

Courses

You can have them appear on the set day or every day. You can't choose the day. They are set to the main day number and will appear every five days. It will remember what lesson was last completed and give you the next lesson. If you don't mark it complete, it will show you that same lesson next week. If you want those lessons to appear every day and you complete them when you want, then click the X on those courses on the Settings page and add them on the Extras page.
No. It knows enough not to show a course if it doesn't exist, such as Spanish in the younger levels. It will also only show the once-a-week courses on the Student page once a week, even though they are always on the Settings page.

Detailed Explanations with Videos

Click the play button even if the video doesn't seem loaded. It's there.

Student Page Videos

Click on the lesson number link to find your lesson. When you are done, close that tab and come back to the lesson page. The box color changed once you clicked the link. Click on Needs Work if you are finished. It will give the marks for checking your work. Then move on to the next course. Later, when your work is checked. The course will dim out when you mark it complete. Here are screen shots of the process.

If you have all your course lessons marked complete, a checkmark will appear at the top of the page. Click on that to move the day number forward and reset the page for the next day. If you are wanting to make the day complete but not all assignments are complete, go to the Settings page (Parents link), and click on the checkmark by the day number at the top of the page. Here are screen shots of the process.

PE/Health, music, art, computer, and thinking are once-a-week courses (levels 1 - 8). They will appear on the parent's setting page, but they will automatically appear once a week on the student page. If the student does not complete the assignment, it will not show up the next day. It will show up the next time that course is assigned in the once-a-week schedule. The incomplete assignment will still be there waiting. If you really want them to show up every day, then remove them from the Settings page and click on the Extras page link under all the courses. You can add these courses there and they will show up every day to use as you choose. Music appears on days ending in 1 or 6. Computer appears on days ending in 2 and 7. Art appears on days ending in 3 and 8. Thinking appears on days ending in 4 and 9. PE/Health appears on days ending in 5 and 0. This is just how it was originally designed on the site. Here are screen shots of the process.

You can choose between a dark and light background on the student page by clicking Turn On/Off the Lights on the Settings page in the top left corner.

If you want to allow your child to complete more than one lesson for a course, click Show Did More on the Settings page (in the top left corner). They can go to the lesson and continue to scroll down and complete as many as they want. When you check, after you click the checkmark to show, say lesson 1 is complete, it will ask if lesson 2 is complete, click the check or X, and it will continue asking until you click the X, that the given lesson number was not completed.

If it's not your lesson page, scroll to the bottom of the page and click on Switch Students. Click on the button with your name and color.

On the Settings page, the course boxes on the page say "Move Up" and "Move Down" in the bottom left corner. Click those to move that course up one or down one spot. You can keep clicking that to get them in the order you choose for that one student. The extras courses can't be reordered. They will still appear at the bottom of the course list on the student's page.

Settings Page Videos

Start by clicking to set the level and theme. Then make any adjustments to the courses by using the previous and next buttons or the X in the corner to remove it from the student page. If you aren't starting at Day 1, enter the number of the first lesson you want to appear on the student page. There is a box to enter it. There is no enter button. It will save it automatically as you click on something else on the page. Unused courses appear at the bottom of the list. Electives are down there. The include mostly high school courses, but I added "Practice" and "Chores" onto the list in case you wanted to add that to your child's daily checklist. If you need more electives, click on the link to the Extras page at the bottom of the courses. That will give you more choices for electives or for doubling up on courses (not neeeded, just for those who want that). Not all courses listed will show up on the Student page. Once-a-week courses show up once a week. If there is no Spanish, for instance, for that level, it will not show on the Student page. Here are screen shots of the process.

Click Edit Student to change the name. It is under the Students heading on the Settings page. Click Add student add another student. It will start as "Student 2", and then you will type in the name to edit it. When you click save, you'll see the student's name by the day number.

Click Remove Student to delete them. It will require a second click to confirm you want that specific student and their info deleted. It cannot be restored.

On the Settings page, the course boxes on the page say "Move Up" and "Move Down" in the bottom left corner. Click those to move that course up one or down one spot. You can keep clicking that to get them in the order you choose for that one student. The extras courses can't be reordered. They will still appear at the bottom of the course list on the student's page.

Under the day number on the Settings page, you can add or subtract points by typing the amount in the box and then clicking the plus or minus sign. The program automatically adds points for each assignment completed. That's typically 700 points a day. If you want, you can allow them to use their points for rewards of your design. Just subtract off the points they are spending.

If you want to allow your child to complete more than one lesson for a course, click Show Did More on the Settings page (in the top left corner). They can go to the lesson and continue to scroll down and complete as many as they want. When you check, after you click the checkmark to show, say lesson 1 is complete, it will ask if lesson 2 is complete, click the check or X, and it will continue asking until you click the X, that the given lesson number was not completed.

You can choose between a dark and light background on the student page by clicking Turn On/Off the Lights on the Settings page in the top left corner.

If you have all your course lessons marked complete, a checkmark will appear at the top of the page. Click on that to move the day number forward and reset the page for the next day. If you are wanting to make the day complete but not all assignments are complete, go to the Settings page (Parents link), and click on the checkmark by the day number at the top of the page. Here are screen shots of the process.

PE/Health, music, art, computer, and thinking are once-a-week courses (levels 1 - 8). They will appear on the parent's setting page, but they will automatically appear once a week on the student page. If the student does not complete the assignment, it will not show up the next day. It will show up the next time that course is assigned in the once-a-week schedule. The incomplete assignment will still be there waiting. If you really want them to show up every day, then remove them from the Settings page and click on the Extras page link under all the courses. You can add these courses there and they will show up every day to use as you choose. Music appears on days ending in 1 or 6. Computer appears on days ending in 2 and 7. Art appears on days ending in 3 and 8. Thinking appears on days ending in 4 and 9. PE/Health appears on days ending in 5 and 0. This is just how it was originally designed on the site. Here are screen shots of the process.

On the Settings page under all the listed courses, you can find a link to the Extras page. That page starts blank, but you can add a second math or any other course you want to double up on, or add extra electives. If you wanted the once-a-week course to show up every day, you can add it from here, but it is the same course of 36 lessons, and you'll want to remove it from the main Settings page. These are the same courses, just "extra". These will all show up on the same Student page as the other courses.

Accounts Videos

On the login page, click on the big link to create an account. Click on the picture button of the All-in-One Homeschool logo in the middle of the page. Donate if you are able or click cancel. Either way it will take you to a registration page. This is where you will enter the email address you want to use and create your password. Click to submit and you have an account. Log in to get started.

Once you have registered for an account, you will be able to log in. Use the email address and password you registered with. If you forgot your password, click Forgot Password. Enter your email address. Click Reset Password. It will send an email with a temporary password. Use that to log in.

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