Homeschool Resources

These resources are for infants through preschool and kindergarten grades.

Subject Guides:

If you are creative enough to make your own curriculum, these links are starters to help you learn what subjects are required.

Curriculums:

How I Incorporate Curriculums for Homeschool:

Practice your name

Our Curriculum:

I’m a little bit of the creative type, taking bits and pieces of already established curriculums and piecing them together. Our choice of curriculum is the standard department of education CORE curriculum while incorporating various Montessori materials and enhancing our education by doing unit studies.

The following are examples of resources I’ve been using mostly for my 3-year old (this is a growing list of resources).

Mathematics:

Early Literacy (Writing and Reading):

Bible Work:

  • AWANA (#1 attends an Awana class once a week which he absolutely loves, you can find a class near you or if you prefer to do it at home check the website for homeschool resources).

The Classics (Classic World Literature):

Practical Life:

  • Manners
  • What’s the Weather Today?
  • Days of the Week
  • Seasons of the Year
  • Months of the Year
  • Montessori Practical Life Curriculum

Science:

Social Studies:

Geography:

History:

Zoology:

Music:

Physical Education:

  • Swimming lessons
  • Soccer (we play a lot of soccer for fun at home)

Free Montessori Resources, Albums, and Teacher Guides

Online Test Prep and Skill Building

What’s education without testing right? This site below is highly recommended for test prep and school testing information.

My Future Resources/Wish List (1st Grade and Beyond):

NOTE: If you want a curriculum where all the preparation and creation has already been done for you, learn about the different Christian homeschool curriculums readily available:

PINTEREST: Follow My Boards on Pinterest for More Resources

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Additional Notes:

  1. Books: I do incorporate a LOT of library reading time and story books with my homeschool resources because young learners have the most fun learning through stories.
  2. TPT: When I’m looking for printables on any topic (Math, Literacy, Science etc), I always try teacherspayteachers.com first, as this is a website made by educators for educators. I am registered there as a homeschooler (free registration).

 

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