Educational Links and Resources

home schooling

Here is a list of some educational websites that have been most helpful to me:  (this is a current work in progress)

Tot (Toddler) Sites:
  • 1+1+1=1 Tot School.  A wealth of information from a former Kindergarten teacher.  Countless ideas FREE printables, guidance and encouragement.
  • Totally Tots:  it's not currently active, but all the great information is still available.  Literature ideas, ABCs, verses and more.
  • Joyful Learning - 2s curriculum.  Free site with your curriculum all planned out for you.  Printable schedules and posters.  Monthly themes.
  • No Time For Flashcards - tons of crafty ideas you can search by age.
Preschool Sites:
  • 1+1+1=1 Raising Rockstars.  FREE preschool with a foundation of learning weekly bible verses.  Colors, sight words, numbers.  All free printables will get you thru on year of preschool.  (this is what we used our very first year with Connor's preschool).  On the right side you'll find a wealth of additional information to guide you.  Free preschool printable packs, coloring, alphabet printables, lapbooks and more.
  • Homeschool Creations.  Free printables and free encouragement.  This is a super site if you are more of a "go with the flow" teacher, picking themes as you go.  Great supplement to you homeschool.
  • Hubbard's Cupboard preschool curriculum.  All free and planned out for you for the year.  A year for 3's and a year for 4's.  Very biblically based themes, focusing on Character Traits.  Feels (to me) like a traditional (public) school.
  • Preschool Palace.  Lesson plans and printables.  There are some free printables available, but the lessons are not free, but it is affordable ($10 for 10 months).  I've never personally used this site, but it looks great if you're looking for a public school type program at home, or if you run a daycare.
  • Motherhood on a dime.  Christian based free (or paid) curriculum.  Bible, themes, crafts and life skills.
  • Confessions of a Homeschooler.  Letter of the week free curriculum.  You can also pay a one-time low price to get all the lesson plans laid out for you.  (this is what we used for Connor's pre-K)
  • This Reading Momma - free preK reading curriculum.  We are currently using (and loving) this program for Emma.
  • Preschool Post is a bible based curriculum, letter of the week style.
Multi-Age Sites:

do you have suggestions or favorite sites? Let me know in the comments :)

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