Pre-packaged preschool curriculum can be very expensive and isn’t necessary to give your child a great preschool education. You can preschool your child for free or almost free using items you already have in your home.
My favorite preschool resource is Slow and Steady Get Me Ready. This book has weekly activities for your child from birth to age five. The activities all use items in your home and are easy to implement.
Other free activities for preschooling your child:
When you are homeschooling a preschooler let life be your curriculum. Take every day experiences and turn them into learning opportunities.
Check my other preschool articles for ideas on homeschooling your preschooler.
I’m partnering with 15 awesome bloggers to bring you some of the best homeschooling tips on the web! Be sure to visit these brilliant women in this 10 days adventure between February 7th-18th!
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- 10 days of homeschooling girls | Homegrown Mom
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- 10 days of unschooling | Homeschooling Belle
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