Little ones are often ready to start learning long before we even begin thinking about their education. It is important for parents to balance preschooler’s play vs. formal education time. Children grow up quickly and we need to ensure that we allow them the opportunity to be kids for as long as possible. Preschool homeschooling gives our littlest learners the ability to learn and play in the comfort of their own home – at their own pace. Preschool homeschooling should be filled with fun, interactive educational activities that little ones can enjoy! There are a lot of free Preschool Homeschool Curriculum options to help keep you from breaking the bank!
You can homeschool on a budget, I’ve been doing so for 10 years. When my children were little, I didn’t spend much on preschool or Kindergarten homeschool curriculum. To help you see that you can homeschool preschool frugally, I’ve rounded up free preschool homeschool curriculum for you to check out!
Free Preschool Homeschool Curriculum
This website is full of worksheets, curriculum, lesson plans, coloring pages, holiday activities and games geared towards children 3-5 years old. The interactive games include reading, math, critical thinking and more!
This Reading Mama designed a reading program for preschoolers that already know the alphabet and letter sounds. Each lesson includes an emergent reader, puzzles, tracing/handwriting activities, sight words and much more.
This All-in-One reading program features lesson plans, books and activity books written and created specifically for the program. The program begins with the alphabet and progresses through to beginner, intermediate and advanced phonics.
Getting Ready 1 is for children learning their alphabet and phonetic sounds while Getting Ready 2 is for preschoolers ready to read with phonics. You’ll find lesson plans, 100+ page printable pack, supply lists and much more. The online version of this curriculum is free, but is also available in print if you’d rather have it on hand.
Motherhood on a Dime designed a full Bible based preschool curriculum that follows a 28 week lesson plan. You’ll find Bible reading, projects, letter/number activities, life skills, book bag and learning bags included in each weekly lesson plan.
Children beginning the Letter of the Week Preschool Curriculum should already know and recognize all the letters of the alphabet. The curriculum is designed to last 26 weeks and includes lesson plans, book list, activities and much more!
This program features 5 years of early childhood learning for children ages 1-5. Years 1 and 2 are play based with introduction to Bible, sign language and academic learning. Children who already can say their ABCs and can count from 1-10 are ready for Year 3. It features a chronological Bible study and encourages learning through play. Year 4 is for children that will be entering Kindergarten the following year. Children will learn about the Fruits of the Spirit and character traits through songs, memorization and the study of Bible characters.
This 26 week program focuses on morning board, group and workbox activities. Children who complete this program should recognize all basic upper and lower case letters, basic shapes and colors, U.S. coins, demonstrate basic reasoning skills and much more! Each weekly lesson includes a printable lesson plan and activity pack.
The Starfall program includes 7 units with 25 weekly lesson plans, activities, online games and much more! Weekly lesson plans include morning activities, circle and story time. If you find you like this program it continues through to 2nd grade!
The Sight and Sound Reading Curriculum follows a 120 day lesson plan. The program includes an app, daily lesson plan emails, a 100+ page workbook and a Facebook group. The Teacher’s Manuals and Workbooks are also available through Amazon if you’d prefer to have them on hand.
You can try out The Peaceful Preschool program by downloading the Letter A Unit to see if it works for your child. The program runs for 26 weeks and includes a parent guide with daily activities, a printable pack featuring the alphabet, numbers and craft patterns and themed recipes for each week’s lesson.
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What are your favorite free preschool homeschool curriculum and/or resources?
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