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Schoolio is a unique program, in that, it empowers parents to be able to confidently provide complete home education or supplementation to their children, with a personalized program perfectly suited to their own child’s needs.
Schoolio offers flexibility for customization, as well as, structure and support for parents, eliminating any anxieties or fears over what and how much to teach. We combine the knowledge and skill sets of professional educators, with a unique understanding of the nature of home education, with its fundamental ability for customization and flexibility.

How Schoolio compares in market?

Features
Canadian
Content
Follows
Government Expectations
Secular
and Inclusive
New
2020 Ontario Math Content (incl. Coding and Financial Literacy
All-in-One
(All subjects and lessons from one place)
Open-and-Go
(Lessons and work all pre-planned and laid out for you)
Screen
Free
Affordable

Teachers Pay
Teachers
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X

JUMP Math
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X

  X

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X

Easy Peasy

X
X
  X

X

Schoolio
X
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1

Parents can teach and provide outstanding education at home, either as a complete schooling program or as supplement to a brick & mortar school experience.

2

A helpful, caring, and supportive community is essential to home education success for parents. Your homeschool curriculum should make you feel confident and free, not overwhelmed or trapped.

3

A secular, inclusive approach to education that encourages equity and celebrates diversity is crucial when educating the next generation of leaders.

You’re schooling at home, not schooling alone.

We are not teaching your child, you are teaching your child, and we understand and respect that important distinction. We want to be your most trusted and useful tool in your toolbox. 
Whether you need a lesson to deliver, a practice worksheet, a media recommendation, a project idea, to know which topic ideas to cover this year, or simply a place to go to chat and ask advice from a supportive community, you can reach out to Schoolio and we will be there for you.

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More than a workbook.

We provide complete lessons to help you teach your child concepts, plus projects, experiments, media recommendations and practice work.

 More than just reinforcement.

We cover all the expectations laid out by most governments to help you fill gaps, build bridges, and never worry about missing something important.

 More than a supplement.

We give you a complete program with structure, if desired, and flexibility built in. Our program allows you to decide where, when, and how much your child needs. You build the perfect program for your unique learner.

More than a click-and-buy program

       We support you every step of the way, with planning templates, guidance, a private community, special events, and more.  

You’re not alone with Schoolio by your side!

More than a rigidly structured program.

       We provide as much guidance with scheduling, planning, and programming as you need, but we built the flexibility into our program for you to make your own schedule. 

We’re here to help.

Using Schoolio Curriculum in Alberta:

Canadian MathNo need to
change measurements, weights, or money from US units! 

Our mastery
program follows the latest in national government expectations for each grade,
including new units in Financial Literacy and Coding for every grade!

Canadian
History From first contact to Confederation to modern day communities, our history program is progressive and all Canadian! Includes prairie First Nations, early life in Central and Western Canada, and Westward Expansion.

Canadian
Geography

Physical geography of Canada, including provinces and territories, as well as, Canadian national interests and international issues and relations. Our geography program is uniquely Canadian. Don’t miss our one-of-a-kind Alberta-specific geography unit – Living & Working in Alberta!

Grades

Science in Alberta

Science with Schoolio

Social Studies in Alberta

Social Studies with
Schoolio

Grade 1
Colours

Matter and Energy

My World: Home, School & Community

The Local Community

Needs of Animals and Plants

Needs and Characteristics of Living Things

My Family, My History, My Community

Changing Roles and Responsibilities

Building Things

Structures and Mechanisms

Seasons

Daily and Seasonal Changes

Senses

 Covered
in Kinder Program

Grade 2
Liquids

Properties of Liquids and Solids

Canada’s Dynamic Communities

Global Communities

Buoyancy & Boats

Air and Water in the Environment

A Community in the Past

Changing Family and Community Traditions

Magnetism

Movement

Hot & Cold Temperature

Small Crawling & Flying Animals

Growth and Changes in Animals

Grades

Science in Alberta

Science with Schoolio

Social Studies in Alberta

Social Studies with
Schoolio

Grade 3
Rocks & Minerals

 Soils
in the Environment

Communities in the World

 Communities in Canada, 1700-1850

Building with a Variety of Materials

 Strong
and Stable Structures

Global Citizenship

 Living
and Working in Alberta

Testing Materials & Design

 Forces
Causing Movement

Hearing and Sound

 Covered
in Gr. 4

Animal Life Cycles

 Growth
and Changes in Plants

Grade 4
Waste and Our World

 Rocks
and Minerals

Alberta’s Physical Geography

 Physical Regions of Canada

Wheels and Levers

 Pulleys
and Gears

The Stories, Histories, and Peoples of Alberta

 Early
Societies to 1500 CE

Devices and Vehicles that Move

 Covered
in Gr. 3

Light & Shadows

 Light
and Sound

Plant Growth & Changes

 Animal
Habitats & Life Cycles

Grades

Science in Alberta

Science with Schoolio

Social Studies in Alberta

Social Studies with
Schoolio

Grade 5
Electricity and Magnetism

 Conservation of Energy

Physical Geography of Canada

 Canadian Government

Mechanisms Using Electricity

 Forces
Acting on Structures and Mechanisms

Histories and Stories of Ways of Life in
Canada

 Interactions to 1713

Classroom Chemistry

Matter

Shaping Identity

Weather Watch

 Human
Organ Systems

Wetland Ecosystems

 Covered
in Gr. 4

Grade 6
Air & Aerodynamics

Flight

Citizens Participating in Decision Making
(Government)

 Canada’s Global Interactions

Sky Science

Space

Historical Models of Democracy (Athens and
Iroquois Confederacy)

 Communities in Canada

Evidence & Investigation

 Electricity

 Electricity

Biodiversity