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How to Homeschool Preschool

Since I shared that I am homeschooling Gracie, many readers have asked for my homeschool preschool advice. Some readers send their children to a formal preschool or public school program during the school year and want to refresh their academic skills before the new year begins. Others want to implement a full scale homeschool program for their preschooler gradually over the next month or two. Either way, to see that parents are becoming so involved in their children’s education is really awesome, and I applaud all of you! There are dozens (hundreds? thousands?) of superlative preschool resources online.  I couldn’t … Read more

My Homeschool Conundrum

Did you catch my mini revelation in yesterday’s announcement? I’m homeschooling my children. Joe and I came to this agreement a year or so ago, but we were mum about the decision out of respect for my (now former) employer. How We Have Been Doing Homeschool Preschool In the fall, I wrote a guest post for Amy at Raising Arrows about how I was doing homeschool preschool with Grace. As the year (and my pregnancy) progressed, our plans changed out of necessity. At first, I thought we needed curricula. We started with Hooked on Phonics Pre-K through Grade 2 Handwriting … Read more

DIY Dry Erase Activity Book for Toddlers and Preschoolers

dry erase activity book for preschoolers

Grace is showing an interest in writing, so I’ve been looking for activities for her to do to that will help her to improve her fine motor skills. A couple weeks ago, I found a dry erase activity book at Simple. Messy. Fun. that I thought Grace would like. I checked out her inspiration at Somewhat Simple, and I decided to make one. Dry Erase Activity Book for Preschoolers The first thing I did was to look for a photo album that would hold all of the pages. I didn’t want to spend a ton,  so I was happy to … Read more