15 Ideas and Resources for Homeschooling Preschoolers

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Letting your kids learn from home gives you the option to tailor your child’s education to meet their personal requirements. And another good thing with homeschooling is that aside from you will be spending more time with your children, you also won’t have to spend a lot of money to have your kids taught! In fact, there are several free online resources you can grab.

 And with that in mind, I have here 15 ideas and resources for homeschooling preschoolers made easy! 

15.  101 Fun & Free Ways For Kids To Learn At Home

Learning prompts, FREE online learning resources and virtual field trips for kids of all ages and grade levels.

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14. DIY Balance Scales for Toddlers and Preschoolers 

How to play the ‘Which One is Heavier?’ game! Easy DIY balance scales for toddlers and preschoolers to explore weight and gravity concepts through play.

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13. Color By Number Printables {Fun Coloring Pages}

I’ve always loved color by number coloring pages. I loved them when I was a kid and I still love them now. These Color By Number Printables are a great way to keep kids busy while they’re hanging out at home.

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12. Sight Word Worksheets FREE Printables

Are you looking for Sight Word Worksheets for your kids? Then, you have found the right place to download FREE sight word printables!

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11. Create with Crayons Easy Sensory Bin Idea

Do you need an easy sensory bin idea with items you already have in your house? Here’s a great way to get kids to look at crayons and coloring in a new way. And keep them busy!

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10. STEM Activities for Preschoolers and Toddlers 

STEM (Science Technology Engineering Math) and STEAM (add in Art) are hard to avoid hearing about these days. And for good reason. Kids need these learning experiences!

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9. Our {Super-Relaxed} Homeschool Preschool Curriculum

This post is part of my Homeschool Preschool 101 Series, where I share everything you need to know to make homeschool preschool work for you and your child! In this series, you’ll learn…

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8. Our Favorite Preschool Games for Kids

These are our Favorite Preschool Games for Kids that grownups and older kids won’t hate playing too. There are no boring games on this list!

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7. Easy Salt Dough Recipe for Kids (3 Ingredients!) 

This simple and easy salt dough recipe is the perfect rainy day activity… Kids will master valuable kitchen skills while learning how to make salt dough, and then spend hours playing with it!

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6.  2-Ingredient Oobleck Recipe (How To Make Oobleck) 

If you’ve ever wanted to learn how to make oobleck at home, à la Bartholomew and the Oobleck by Dr. Seuss, this oobleck recipe tutorial is for you! Super inexpensive and a fun kitchen science experiment…

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5. Simple Sensory Activities for Toddlers and Preschoolers 

A good sensory activity helps children explore their world, focusing specifically on some combination of what the see, taste, touch, smell, or hear. This sort of hands on learning helps kids to build nerve connections in the brain.

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4. How To Homeschool Preschool: Getting Started

You can learn how to homeschool preschool! When I first started, I was so intimidated and wondered what my child would need to know to be ready for kindergarten.

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3. Bean Math Grid Game & List of 50 Math Manipulatives to Use

Two very simple to set up bean math grid games. We have prepared for you blank math grid templates for counting from 1 – 10 for toddlers and preschoolers, and 1 – 20 for pre-K and older kids. We have also included a printable list of 50 either free or very inexpensive math manipulatives, but more about this later on.

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2. How to Implement Montessori Inspired Activities At Home (Without Going Crazy!)

Today I wanted to follow up with how to set up Montessori activities in your home without getting grey hair. I have four kids (ages 2, 4, 6, and 8) and yes, I have actually had Montessori activities accessible (almost) all the time to my children for the past 5 years now (in 3 different houses).

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1. Fun Science Ideas for 3-4 Year Olds

Three and four year olds is the age range often called “preschoolers” or “kindies” in Australia, and it’s such a great age for fun and simple science activities – at preschool, at kindy, or at home!

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