Horizons Phonics and Reading Review

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We had a chance to review Horizons Kindergarten Phonics and Reading and we've really been enjoying it!

Well, H. is officially in Kindergarten now and you know what that means!  Learning to Read!  So I was super excited when I got the chance to review the Horizons Kindergarten Phonics and Reading Set from Alpha Omega Publications through the Homeschool Review Crew.  I’d heard good things about Horizons and was excited to try it […]

Utilizing the Library for your Preschool

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We LOVE the library!  If you are blessed to live near a library don’t miss out on using this great resource!  There are so many resources available to you through the library that you can use to supplement your homeschool preschool.  Here are just a few of my favorites. Preschool Story Time: At our library, we […]

Homeschool Planet Review

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If you’ve followed my blog for any amount of time, you know that I am one of the least organized people you know.  I have a hard time keeping track of my daily tasks and schedule.  I keep a calendar for major things, but often minor things get forgotten.  That’s why when I was given […]

Using Rhyming Games in your Home-Preschool

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This site has some fun rhyming activities to do with your children!

Children love rhyming words from an early age.  Even a child who is just learning to speak can recognize and enjoy the sing-song tones of Dr. Seuss books and songs like “Are You Sleeping”.  But teaching a child to rhyme can be a different story.  It is a skill that simply takes practice…and fun practice is the […]

Pom-Pom Clothespin Grasp

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Second in the series of activities for preschoolers is the Pom-Pom Clothespin Grasp.  This activity is great for practicing fine motor and sorting skills.  The girls made our Pom-Pom Clothespin Grasp game at the homeschool co-op we attend, but it would be simple to make at home as well. Pom-Pom Clothespin Grasp: A Preschool Activity Supplies An creamer container […]

Monster Chomp: A Preschool Letter Game

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If you're looking to practice fine motor skills with your preschooler, this is a great game for it!

We’ve talked a little bit about the Best Preschool Curriculum and the supplies you need to have the Best Preschool, but today, we’re going to start a series of posts consisting of specific activities and games I feel are good assets to a play-based preschool.  The first game is the Monster Chomp. We got our […]

What You Need to Have The BEST Preschool in Your Home

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Last week, I posted about how the BEST preschool curriculum is PLAY. Well, we spend lots of time in play at our house.  And honestly, anytime your child is doing something other than sitting in front of the television, they are learning.  But because my girls have both loved the structured learning time, we do […]

CTC Math Review

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CTC Math has made teaching math SO much easier for me! If you have a child who isn't thriving in the math program they're in, check out CTC!

Through this last school year, I’ve introduced more and more curriculum to H.  She turned five in May and although this coming year would be her first official year in kindergarten, I’ve done quite a bit of kindergarten work with her.  She’s fairly advanced for her age and I didn’t want to hold her back by […]

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