Preschool Homeschool Routine

Preschool is a great age for both the child and the homeschool mom. Creating a flexible routine that allows for natural learning makes for a successful school experience.

Most people begin preschool when their child is between 3 years and 4 years old. No one knows your child like you do. If you feel like your child is ready to start preschool, then begin some gentle education with him.

When to start Preschool

If you are a mama who finds herself starting preschooler and also with a baby or toddler on the hip, don't fret. You can easily create a rhythm that works for both the toddler and preschooler. I share how!

Preschool with Toddlers

Some kiddos naturally fall into a learning pattern. Other kids need a bit of encouragement. This post shares simple ways to encourage your preschooler to have a love for learning!

How to motivate your preschooler to learn

1. Learning Centers 2. Seat Work 3. Experiential Learning 4. Group Learning 5. Nature Work

Types of Learning

What goals are appropriate for your preschooler? The love of learning should be the highest goal, but there are others and this post covers the most important ones!

Homeschool Preschool Goals

What curriculums offer you the best education? Which programs work for your child's learning style? What resources fit into your preschool homeschool budget?

Preschool HOmeschool Curriculum