Preschool & Kindergarten can be taught for just the cost of printer ink & paper! This list of free preschool and kindergarten curriculum has a method to suit everyone.
Do you have several little ones of different ages? Choose the Preschool program that you like and then add math & phonics for your Kindergartener. Life is so much easier for Mommy if everyone is doing the same thing!
Letter of the Week complete plans for every letter; also lessons for older & younger students
A Rhyme a Week 28 nursery rhyme units w/downloads (I used this to teach a preschool Co-Op class)
Hubbard’s Cupboard Bible-based for 2s, 3s, & 4s
Wee Folk Art homeschool companion guides – Waldorf
ABC Jesus Loves Me Bible-based weekly lesson plans
The Perpetual Preschool huge list of themes & activities
First-School lots of great printables
The Virtual Vine themes & units; lots of links to great resources
Preschool Alphabet lots of Alphabet themes
Teaching Toddlers seasonal activities for little ones
Read to Me and ABC letter of the week books & activities
3 Dinosaurs printable preschool packs
Our Preschool Homeschool 26 weeks of plans
God’s Little Explorers 28 weeks of Bible themes
Check out my 5 Days of Homeschooling Preschool for Free series for ideas on how to plan out your preschool for the year.
FREE Alphabet Resources for Preschoolers
FREE Resources for Teaching with Nursery Rhymes
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My Preschool & K Printable Packs Pinterest Board
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Jen G ~ Gricefully Homeschooling says
What a great list! Wish I still had preschool aged. Pinned it in the FreeBEE CoOp in Pinterest. Thanks for linking up on Homeschool FreeBEE Fridays!
I only have a young one for two more years 🙁
Thanks for pinning!
Great list, and just in time as I ponder how to keep my mischieveous 3-year-old busy next fall. I will be bookmarking this. ;0)
Hope you find the perfect fit!
Sarah Prieb says
I’m just starting out teaching my 3 year old preschool because we can’t afford to send him to one right now and I’m just wondering how many lessons or activities I should plan per day/week? I was thinking of doing it about 3 -4 days a week. Thanks for all the great info.
Hi Sarah! 3-4 days a week is plenty. There are two different ways to go about it: 1) Have some time set aside in your day for “school” where you focus on motor skills, ABCs, crafts, etc. An hour or two is plenty. 2) Seamlessly blend your learning into everyday life instead of having schooltime vs. the rest of life. Snuggle on the couch and read books. Teach through play. Let your child work alongside you in the home. Use every moment as a time to share little bits of knowledge. You can still sneak in a worksheet here & there – little kids love them!
I took route #1 with my kiddos because it was all I knew, and because it was fun to play school. I really REALLY wish I had know about choice #2. I think that route instills a love of learning in a child instead of teaching them that schoolwork is something to get done so you can move on to something fun. The old saying goes something like Begin It How You Want to End It.
The best advice I can give you is to pray for God to show you what is right for your family, and that is what I will be praying for you too. 🙂
Let me know if I can help in any way!!
thank you so much for this list! what a great resource!
I am so overwhelmed by all the choices to look at for starting my 3 and 5 year olds with homeschooling this fall. But this is great place to start. Thank you!
Amy, this is awesome! I just saw it from Andrea’s post on FB, and I had to pop over. 😉 I pinned it too!
I just came across your site thanks to Pinterest and now I am obsessed. So many homeschool helpfuls! Thank you!
So glad you are here!