When I started homeschooling preschool I had no resources other than the library or some books and teacher friends to help me out. There weren’t places to go to get ideas or inspiration.
I have been homeschooling for a very long time, when we had dial up internet and there weren’t a lot of blogs. I don’t even remember searching for resources to help me homeschool, we just made it up as we went along.
I started homeschooling my son when he was 3 years old. He is 20 now. My mother in law was a preschool teacher and she used to send me the cutest crafts and units she put together for her class. We used a lot of those for our homeschool preschool years.
Now, there is so much encouragement, wisdom, advice and inspiration right at your fingertips. I love scouring blog posts and Pinterest for fun ideas. We had 3 more children and I was so excited when I began to find all these amazing preschool homeschool ideas on the internet! It brought so much more life and creativity to our homeschool.
Here are the Top 10 Websites with resources to help you homeschool preschool:
This website is amazing for all things regarding reading. It was created by a classroom teacher and reading tutor turned homeschooling mama. There are so many resources, articles and reading helps along with tons of free printables. The site is broken down by alphabet printables, learning to read, phonics, spelling helps, struggling readers, reading comprehension, writing with kids and more.
No Time for Flashcards is run by an early childhood development specialist and expert. This site is a wealth of information and ideas for the preschool years. There are thousands of ideas, hands-on activities and free printables for the toddler and preschool years.
This website is famous for the Letter of the Week Craft Posts where there are posts on crafts for upper and lowercase letters of the alphabet.
This is one of the first blogs I came across when my oldest daughter was in preschool. This is when the Raising Rockstars Preschool Curriculum was available one letter at a time to print and download. It is still available that way to print for FREE, but now you can purchase the entire bundle in one affordable and convenient download. She offers many free lapbooks, tot books, reading curriculum and even a kindergarten curriculum.
This is a wonderful Homeschool Mom Blog with lots of free printables, curriculum, preschool curriculum and more. I love all of her amazing posts on homeschool room organization, and organizing your free printables. Her Letter of the Week Curriculum
5. 3 Dinosaurs
This website has so many printables! They are all broken down by themes with printable packs and activities. There are activities for gross motor skills, simple crafts and more.
This is a website where you can go to get encouraged and inspired. There are book suggestions, teaching ideas, free printables, and fun activities that will help you lead your preschoolers towards and excellent home education.
There are many resources and ideas for pre-K teachers. They work beautifully in a homeschool setting too. There are free hands-on preschool lessons, activities ideas and printables. The Pre-K activities and printables are sorted by themed units which make them easy to find.
This website is great for the Christian homeschool parent. There are tons of free Bible themed printables like Bible ABC, Bible themed printables, Bible coloring pages, crafts, mini books and more.
This is a blog full of encouragement for homeschooling mothers, and the goal of Practical Joy for Every Mom! Erin also creates some of the most lovely homeschooling products. She has an entire section of her website devoted to Homeschool Preschool Resources. Here you will find a completely free preschool curriculum: The Gentle and Classical Preschool that is free for a limited time, as well as links to resources such as the popular 107 Books to Read Before Age 7 Printable List.
10. The Measured Mom
This website is created by a Masters of Education teacher turned stay at home mama of 6! You will find tons of educational teaching tools that cover a wide variety of topics such as: ABC’s, Themes, Reading, Writing, Math, Spelling, Handwriting, Book Lists, and tons of free printables and resources.
ABCmouse.com’s curriculum includes hundreds of highly entertaining animated activities, each teaching a specific learning topic.
The Preschool Practice Pack includes 13 weeks of letters, shapes, numbers, colors, & bible memory practice for early learners.
FREE preschool resources and encouragement at HSG:
FREE Letter of the Week Series – Find free printables for each letter of the alphabet in our Letter of the Week Series.
Why Some Parents Choose to NOT Teach Preschool – Maybe teaching preschool is not something you plan to do, and that’s okay.
Counting and Numbers Books for Preschoolers – Looking for free counting and numbers learning resources?
Sarah is a wife, daughter of the King and Mama to 4 children (one who is a homeschool graduate)! She is a an eclectic, Charlotte Mason style homeschooler that has been homeschooling for over 16 years now. She is still trying to find the balance between work and keeping a home and says she can only do it by the Grace of God, and Coffee!
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