Sunday, April 27, 2014

Homeschooling a Preschooler - Our Choice of Pre-K Curriculum!

This summer we will begin our new school year, and we will be doing something for the first time:  homeschooling a preschooler

My two older children, who are currently seven (7) and six (6) years old, will be in 2nd grade and 1st grade, respectively.  They have been at home full-time all these years, neither having gone to any type of preschool or Mother's Day Out program.  Though they have been at home, we've never used any kind of formal preschool materials.

But this year, I have a four year old who desperately wants to "do school", too!   So, I have been considering our options for the year to include him.  He is still not ready for anything very "formal", but something that can be tied into what we will already be doing together will be wonderful!

I have found it!  This preschool program is complete and is available in a downloadable version OR printed version.  (I'm getting the printed version for an open and go ease of use.)

I was first introduced to this curriculum a few years ago by a friend who was using it with her little ones, and I am so glad to have looked it up again this year!

Learn Your Letters, Learn To Serve is by Laura at Heavenly Homemakers.  I am excited to finally get to use this!  It will be perfect for getting my preschooler off to a good start learning his letters, but also a wonderful addition for all of us to better serve those in our family, neighborhood, and community! 

***Check it out yourself using the link near the top left side of this page that says, "Click here to see Learn Your Letters, Learn To Serve at Heavenly Homemakers" under the Sponsors list!***

I have followed Laura at Heavenly Homemakers for some time now, and I've bought MANY of her ebooks!  I'm super excited to get to use her curriculum!

What do YOU do for your preschoolers at home?  Tell me in the comments!

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  1. I'd like to check this out, but it looks like the links are broken. Is this right?

    1. Hi Sarah! I'm so sorry! I made a mistake in the links and they were not correct. I've corrected the link under the Sponsors section of this blog--please use that link! If it does not work for you again, please let me know, but it should be good now! :) --Melissa

  2. Sounds neat! We've used/are using Sonlight's P3/4 and P4/5 for all three of our girls (8, 6, & 3) - it's been a great fit for our family through the years. I hope your little one loves "doing school"!


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