Outside of The Gentle + Classical Preschool bundles, the Preschool Morning Binder has hands-down been the most popular product I’ve ever created. We have LOVED it to keep my 2 and 4 year olds busy with work they enjoy that gives them fine motor skill practice but also helps them consistently review their letter names and sounds, counting through 20, color and shape names, plus calendar and weather observation skills.
Once I finished developing Level 2 of The Gentle + Classical Preschool, I knew that the Preschool Morning Binder was ready for a big step-up that would work better for the skills a Kindergarten student would be pursuing. I overhauled the images for the calendar, made the name spaces more numerous for first and last name practice, created pages to practice phonics sounds rather than letter recognition, and added secondary color worksheets and 3-D shape practice. Lastly, I made sure to include both cursive and print options.
All in all, the full Kindergarten Morning Binder is 125 pages of activities to keep your Kindergartener busy with consistent, spiral review of skills they need to master. I wanted to make sure you could get your hands on a nice chunk of it before purchasing, so I created a 25 page sampler that includes everyone’s favorite calendar pages that include weather observation and emotional assessment.
Erin is a joy-chasing homeschool mama to 4 babies, ages 16 down to 3. She married her grade-school sweetheart 18 years ago, and lives to love him well. Her abiding love for Jesus Christ, and her heart to encourage other women toward him dictates her days. Erin has authored 3 complete homeschool programs which were voted the #1 Preschool Program and #2 All-in-One Program by readers at Homeschool.com. She is also a contributing author for HSLDA. Learn more about her programs at GentleClassical.com and LifeAbundantlyblog.com
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