So in July I had these grand thoughts on what I thought we could do this year. Then I decided that it’s better to have a solid foundation. So, here is our revised homeschool choices for the year.
Who Am I? – Catholic Heritage Curricula – Ages 3 & 4
God’s Love Story – Catholic Heritage Curricula
Letter of the Week worksheets from Confessions of a Homeschooler
I Can Find Letter Sounds – Catholic Heritage Curricula Little Folks Letter Practice – Catholic Heritage Curricula
Little Stories for Little Folks – Catholic Heritage Curricula
Catholic Heritage Handwriting: Level K – Catholic Heritage Curricula
I Can Find Numbers & Shapes – Catholic Heritage Curricula
Little Folks Number Practice – Catholic Heritage Curricula MCP Math: Level K – Catholic Heritage Curricula
– Last year’s art & music plan
– Making Music, Praying Twice
I also got a super-cute looking book about teaching children about different instruments to review (keep your eye open for that) and got a set of Musical Instrument flashcards in the $1 section at Target, so I might make and post a plan for those resources, too.
Our city has a really neat preschool program called peepers that meets every Tuesday at 10 am and has a little lesson inside and then goes outside to experience it. Every week. Rain or snow. It will make sure that I get Lil’ Bit out of the house at least a time or two a week .
Little Saints: A Catholic Preschool Program
- Famous Poems Old and New
- A Child’s Garden of Verses
Plus art supplies out the nose.
Montessori on a Shoestring from Catholic Heritage Curricula and Montessori @ Home projects.
Our tenative day will look like:
- breakfast & Who Am I?
- Little Saints Preschool
- Montessori Project (1/day)
Oh and we are starting today. Here we go!
Any tips for a newbie about scheduling, corralling all the STUFF that you need to make it fun for preschoolers, organizing it all, etc? I’d love to hear it!