Have a little one that’s two going on five? Yep, me too. It sneaks up on you. Before you know it you’re in need of things to do as extracurricular activity or you’re looking for tools to enrich your preschooler’s development at home.
If you’ve been looking for a great resource, you’re at the right place. My friend Angela from Teaching Mama has developed this wonderful 160 page ebook called The Preschool Journey. This ebook is a curriculum and guide to help your child on their preschool journey. This can be used as a curriculum for homeschooled preschoolers or as supplemental activities for a child who attends school. Click the image to go to a link where you can purchase the book.
In The Preschool Journey, you will find encouragement and helpful ideas for your preschooler. Here’s what’s included in the ebook:
* Detailed explanation of what should be covered in preschool
* Ideas on how to set up and organize your preschool at home, as well as how to schedule your day
* Curriculum for an entire preschool year (for ages 2.5-5)
* 26 weeks of lesson plans centered around alphabet letters. The plans include an alphabet letter craft, games, hands-on activities, and a list of books to read with each letter
* 50 pages of printables to use with these play-based learning activities.
Take a look at what others are saying about The Preschool Journey:
The Preschool Journey is a well thought out and executed 26-week curriculum for any mother of preschoolers to effectively teach preschool at home. I love gleaning creative ideas from other moms and Angela’s ebook is my go-to for such ideas! The more ideas that I implement with my young preschooler, the more excited about learning he becomes. Knowing that this ebook includes alphabets, math, language and literacy skills, motor skills, the arts, sensory play, social development and even printables, I feel confident that he will love learning when his formal education begins.
-Dollie from Teachers of Good Things
“Angela’s preschool curriculum is thorough and well-organized and she takes the guess-work out of teaching your preschooler at home. Everything, from language to math to sensory teaching, is clearly explained in each of her lessons. Her activities are fun, hands-on, and easy to understand since she always includes photos. This curriculum makes home preschool attainable, even for the busiest mom.”
-Amy from Wildflower Ramblings
“The Preschool Journey is full of engaging, fun ideas that are sure to instill in your child a love of learning. There is so much value included in this resource including hands-on activities for learning the letters of the alphabet, numbers and more. The ideas are sensory rich and child-focused. I would highly recommend this preschool curriculum for anyone wanting to teach their child.”
-Sharla from The Chaos and the Clutter
Thanks for letting me share this wonderful resource with you. I pray it blesses your family the way it has mine.
In His Grip,
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