How to Confidently Homeschool Preschool and Kindergarten (Without Fear!)

Preschool and Kindergarten! Yes! These are such fun homeschooling years. 

It’s so fun to introduce little ones to our big, beautiful world!

But it can also be confusing and scary since, for many moms, this is the first experience they have with homeschooling.

We wonder, “What in the world am I supposed to teach? And how am I supposed to teach it?”

If this is you, you’re in the right place! I want to give you the confidence you need to happily teach your preschooler or kindergartner.

Yes, you can do this!

Are you intimidated by the idea of teaching your preschooler or kindergartner? That's TOTALLY NORMAL! SO many of us are scared and overwhelmed by homeschooling this age group. Love this mom's suggestions for how to find the peace, freedom (and confidence) to homeschool preschool and kindergarten well (and have FUN too)!

 

I’m currently homeschooling my fourth child through the preschool and kindergarten years, and although I’ve done this three times before, I know how easy it can be to feel overwhelmed by all the ideas out there!

I want to help you overcome these (very normal!) concerns about homeschooling preschool or kindergarten!

  • Discover the key principle to free you when homeschooling the early years
  • Learn my favorite preschool and kindergarten teaching resources (the ones I use with my kids!)
  • Get the list of our must-read books for preschoolers and kindergartners

and most of all…

Get the confidence you need to successfully (and happily) homeschool your preschooler or kindergartener!

Click “next” to get the tips and list of great teaching tools!

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Leave a Reply 3 comments

Bonnie Rose - May 30, 2015 Reply

Thanks for the mention!

Kendall Patton - July 11, 2016 Reply

So far we read books and play and do whatever activities come up. Monkey Boy is 3 now and oh so very very active and busy and moving All.The.Time, so I’m hoping I can find a local group of homeschoolers that might let us tag along at least 1-2x/wk to help him get his energy out, while also continuing his learning through play. I do worry a bit now that we have 2 and will likely add more, but I suppose it’ll all just come and happen at some point 🙂

    Alicia Michelle - July 13, 2016 Reply

    That sounds great! That sounds like you’re doing a great job so far. Make it about play, and make it about fun! Enjoy this time!

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