Our approach to preschool at home this year with my oldest has been rather casual. I’m not stressing to have something elaborate planned out for each day, as I know at this age play and exploration should be the main focus in learning. Still, I needed some basic things covered and have been gathering resources together to help me in this process. Below are some of my favorite (mostly free!) sources of printables, books, Cd’s, etc. I hope they are helpful to you as well!
My four-year-old loves to practice cutting with her new scissors! These printables are a great, free way to start out with basic lines and curves and this scissor skills book has been an exciting way for her to continue fine-tuning her motor skills.
For alphabet tracing I love these free printables. After completing the tracing I have my daughter find the corresponding magnet letter to hang it on the refrigerator. I also like to pair letter-learning with these A-Z flashcards.
I love the free Bible Verses from A to Z printables. I have been corresponding them with the letter of the week in our ABC learning. Another wonderful resource is the Songs for Saplings Cd’s. I love the music, and my littles ones learn verses quickly in song!
I’m always searching for additional ideas and resources as I jump into teaching preschool at home, so if you have any to share please let me know in the comments below! Also, you can follow my board on Pinterest for more!
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