Homeschooling preschool should be fun! Try to incorporate a lot of different fun, short activities. Preschoolers learn through play and exploring the world around them!
Also, Read to them often. Take nature walks with them. Invite them to help you in the kitchen, sort and fold laundry, and clean together.
It really is just about teaching them to learn through experiences and the world all around them.
This our homeschool Preschool Wrap-up for the week:
- Pick up the red block and place it in the circle
- Pick up the green block and place it under the square
- Pick up the yellow and green blocks and place them in the square
- Pick up the blue block and place it on the left side of the square
- Pick up the red block and place it on the bottom left corner of the mat
- Pick up the green block and place it between the square and the heart
Jasmine loves her do-a-dot markers!!
Jada has also been working through her Hooked on Phonics. I have really been pleased with this material so far. She read her first story and was so proud of herself. Momma was pretty proud too! The story consisted of all the ‘at’ words.
Check out this Free Word Family Tracers Printable!!
Get 4 months free on all annual shared hosting plans at WP ENGINE, BUY NOW! Offer only valid on Startup, Professional and Growth plans.
For more homeschooling inspiration, tips and encouragement, make sure to follow KFH on Facebook, Pinterest, Instagram and Twitter, and subscribe to our Newsletter for some FREE GOODIES!
Forest Rose is a God Loving, Blessed Wife, & Mama to 3 girls. She’s passionate about lifting moms out of the trenches that are discouraged, overwhelmed, or feeling alone or isolated. Her hope is to point them to Christ and equip them to rise up with a newfound hope and joy within, that He alone can provide. Besides blogging, she also loves to create printables!
Colleen Lusk says
Forest Rose says
Thanks for your comment!! hope your girls enjoy it as much as mine do!!
Forest Rose says
Great Comments thanks ladies!!
Rebecca Matthews says
I love the Chalk Board letter and water painting idea. I think my girls would love this. Super fun learning activity. Thanks for posting!
Thanks for the great ideas. I just tried the letter practice on the chalkboard and it was great! I linked to your blog in a post I made about it. Hope you don’t mind 🙂 Here it is if you want to check it out: http://practicallyhomemade.blogspot.ca/2013/01/letter-practice.html
Yup, love that chalkboard activity so much I blogged about it and linked to your post. I dream about having a week like you had!!! So much learning, so much fine motor – love it!!!!
Forest Rose says
@Naomi S. No contest here must have been spam or a mistake…so odd:) Well hope you have a blessed day!
Naomi S says
Just got a message that I was the “Ohio winner” for visiting this page and that I should select my prize…not sure what this means. Is this something your site offers or is it spam?
Seema Karecha says
Your kids are very sweet. You may find a lot of free phonics material on the http://thetinytoes.blogspot.com. Keep up your good work!
SANDRA SMITH says
GRANDMA SMITH SAYS ALL THE LESSONS SURE LOOK LIKE FUN. BEST OF LUCK WITH THE NEW TOOTH LITTLE JORDAN. LOVE TO ALL
Itsy Bitsy Learners says
Hi! I’m a new follower. 🙂
I like the idea of using a paintbrush to trace the letters on the chalkboard. I uses the write-wipe-write technique on the chalkboard but we normally use a small sponge. I might give this a try to change things up a bit.
Itsy Bitsy Learners>
Madonna (Lil' Ms.P) says
Like so many of the others, loving the chalk board water trace activity.
Our Family says
Everything looks so fun. I love the painting chalk-board activity! How fun!! I think we will try that this week!
2 boppies- why didn’t I think of that !?
Have a great week!
Thanks for sharing! Your girls are adorable!
Following from Pink Dandy chatter blog hop…would love to have you follow back!
What a great week!!! Thanks for the follow…I am now following you 🙂 Can’t wait to see what you do this week!
What a great week. I am going to do the chalk board letter activity with Emily tomorrow, I actually can’t wait because she is going to love it and it will be mess free too, what a fantastic idea!
Thank you for linking up my printable…it was so exciting to see it on your post. I am glad you were able to use it :0)
Wow! Lots of great ideas. I love those dot markers. I’m a new follower from the Sunday blog hop. I hope you’ll come on over and follow me too. I look forward to reading more!
JDaniel4's Mom says
The chalkboard tracing activity is awesome. I need to do it with my son.
Betty Manousos @ CUT AND DRY says
Your kids are soo cute!
Stopping by from Pink Dandy Chatter blog hop.
I am now following you.
Hope you pop by my blog.
Tracing the letters with water is such a fabulous idea. I think my dd would love that!