Four Day Homeschool Curriculum
by Keith A. Howe
Published: 6/20/2021

Many families homeschool four days a week instead of five. A four-day schedule leaves one day free for co-op classes, field trips, or time for additional projects and extracurricular activities. To facilitate this option, Moving Beyond the Page now offers the flexibility of a four-day schedule. Our two four-day schedules detail how to split up lessons to cover the same material normally covered in five days.

Four Day Homeschool Schedule

Moving Beyond the Page offers two different four day schedules and a five day schedule.

  • Traditional Five Day Schedule
    Finish one lesson each day for 36 weeks.
  • Traditional Four Day Schedule
    Complete a few extra activities each day to finish the year in 36 weeks.
  • Easy Four Day Schedule
    Complete one lesson per day four days per week. Your school year will be extended by 2-6 weeks. Great for year-round homeschoolers.

All of our schedules include the same lessons and activities. If you choose the traditional four day schedule, each homeschooling day will be longer, but you will have an extra day in your schedule each week.

How to Use the Four Day Schedule

All of our schedules are available in the Getting Started section of our website. Select an age level, and you will have access to a traditional five-day schedule, the traditional four day schedule, and the easy four day schedule. Our curriculum structure is flexible, and you can easily use it for any of these formats. Here are some quick links to each of our schedules.

Traditional Five Day Schedule: Finish one lesson each day for 36 weeks.

Traditional Four Day Schedule: Complete a few extra activities each day to finish the year in 36 weeks.

Easy Four Day Schedule: Complete one lesson per day four days per week. Your school year will be extended by 2-6 weeks. Great for year-round homeschoolers.

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