If you have preschool aged children, then you may be considering to homeschool them instead of sending them off to a conventional preschool. Preschool is not mandatory, but a lot of parents choose to provide preschool education to their little ones so that they are ready for kindergarten. Check out the following preschool homeschool curriculum ideas to help your kids be ready for their next step.
If you are unsure what Preschoolers need to know before going to kindergarten, check out this awesome article by PBS.
ABC Mouse Preschool Curriculum
You’ve probably heard about ABC Mouse here and there. This program is amazing for kids starting at age 3 and through age 7 (or 1st grade). They are continuously adding new activities.
ABC Mouse offers so many fun, interactive, and encouraging activities. Kids play while they learn. Many parents use ABC Mouse hands on and help their children get through all of the lessons. Some parents let preschoolers choose activities they will do and simply supervise them here and there.
Your kids will play educational games, do puzzles, sing songs, trace numbers and letters, and so much more.
The great part about ABC Mouse is that it can be used on a MAC/PC or on smart gadgets. Parents can easily track a student’s progress to see where one needs help.
LeapFrog The Complete Preschool Learning Kit
Leap Frog offers a lot of amazing educational content. They create so many amazing interactive educational toys. If you have Netflix, then you already know that LeapFrog is a great tool for children to learn ABC’s, numbers, letters, shapes, and more.
You can pick up LeapFrog The Complete Preschool Learning Kit to use a physical tool for your preschooler.
ABC Home Preschool Curriculum
Here’s another great physical Preschool Curriculum from ABC Home Preschool. This kit comes with a lot of fun tools. It has a wipe off workbook, which means that your preschooler can repeat certain parts without worrying about wasting ink or paper or creating extra copies. You can also utilize this workbook for multiple children. This curriculum covers Reading, Writing, Arithmetic, Science and Social Studies.
They also offer a downloadable or a CD curriculum for those who may not want to have a physical kit.