Preschool and Tossing Out the Schedule
Preschool at Home

Preschool and Tossing Out the Schedule

I’ve discussed, at length, my Type A personality. I like schedules. I like plans. I LOVE it when things are predictable and orderly. Thing is: preschoolers do not care about personality types and Mommy’s personal preferences. What’s more? Being super structured isn’t necessarily good for the average two year old. Their job right now is … Continue reading

FREE Homeschooling Downloads and Printables…and Not the Crappy Kind!
Homeschool Adventure / Preschool at Home

FREE Homeschooling Downloads and Printables…and Not the Crappy Kind!

I am so excited about today’s post. CurrClick.com is offering FREE downloads and printables! I’ll be the first to admit that most of the time, “freebies” are a huge disappointment because they are one-page things that you can get from the local dollar store workbooks. Not CurrClick. They know how to do this right. Here’s just … Continue reading

Build Fine Motor Skills with Bumble Bugs.
Preschool at Home

Build Fine Motor Skills with Bumble Bugs.

Thank you Pre-school Play for this idea! This activity is effortless with minimal setup and materials. Materials: Fuzzy Pipe Cleaners Jars (Ours are left over spice jars) Magnet Cut pip cleaners into small pieces (approximately 1/2 to 1 inch). Place in containers. Demonstrate for child that the magnet will drag the pipe cleaners around in … Continue reading

1 Week of Preschool Sensory Play and First Grade Art Lessons for Homeschool Moms Who Aren’t Artistic
Homeschool Adventure / Preschool at Home

1 Week of Preschool Sensory Play and First Grade Art Lessons for Homeschool Moms Who Aren’t Artistic

I realize I’ve posted a lot about art lessons lately, so I thought I’d compile things into a simple-to-use lesson plan that you guys could easily adapt and use. This is a HUGE post, but I wanted to show how activities between two age groups can work together to create a cohesive lesson plan. Bonus: All of … Continue reading