Early Learners

How to Homeschool Preschool

Homeschooling Preschool does NOT have to be complicated, and teaching this age is far from difficult. Homeschooling preschool starts with the basics. If you are wondering if you should homeschool preschool and how to homeschool preschool THIS is the post for you! 

As you look at your active three or four-year-old, you may be contemplating what step to take next. Should you put them in preschool? Try it out at home? The questions may be swirling through your mind making you wonder if you should homeschool preschool?

Preschool Fun With Mega Blocks!

Studies have found that children learn best through hands-on experiences. One way that you and your preschooler can have fun with mega blocks!

In just about every home in America, you can find something called mega blocks. Young children love playing with mega blocks! But did you know mega blocks can also be educational? If you have a preschooler they are the perfect hands-on learning tool! Here are a few ways that you can have fun with your preschooler and mega blocks.

15 Great Book Series for New Readers

With summer reading programs in full swing, it is a great time to make a book list for your new reader. These book series for new readers are fantastic resources to help your new reader gain confidence.

As parents, we want to encourage our kids to be readers. We know the benefits of reading, and how important it is to lay a foundation of reading in our homes. But, sometimes it is hard to get our kids into good books. A quality book series is a great way to garner interest in books and continue the love of reading.  A child can become invested in the characters and storylines and will want to continue with the series to find out what happens.

Fun and Hands on Ways to Teach Colors

Is learning colors one of the homeschool goals for your child this school year? Here are some fun and hands on ways to teach colors to your preschooler. 

Are you seeking out easy yet effective techniques for teaching your child about colors? Check out these five methods that will make teaching colors fun and hands-on.

Play Games

Who says that work and play have to be two separate things? When it comes to children, playtime can be just as educational as sitting inside of a classroom. You can get creative with playing games that incorporate recognizing and identifying the various colors. For example, you can show your child something that is red and then have a scavenger hunt where you search for things around the house that are red. There is also a lot of apps that teach colors.

Homeschooling Preschool

Are you thinking about homeschooling preschool? Now is the perfect time to give it a shot! You don’t have to homeschool long term just because you choose to homeschool preschool. Here is some great information for those considering homeschooling preschool. 

Preschool registrations are in full force right now! If you have been debating on sending your child to preschool because you are not sure you can “do it” at home, let me reassure you that you can! Preschool is actually a great age to try out homeschooling, and find out if it is the right fit for you.

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