Review: Learn and Grow Preschool Curriculum

If you are looking for a homeschool curriculum for your preschooler, then I highly recommend that you check out the “Learn and Grow” preschool curriculum by Michelle Caskey.

I have used this curriculum for all three of my boys. For my older two, I found there was much more information than I even needed in the curriculum, and I just chose a few pieces of it here and there as my boys made their way through their preschool years. They were not very interested in “school” at that age, so I didn’t really push reading and writing too much on them until kindergarten (they liked the counting and art projects best).

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Hands on Science: Learning about the Woolly Bear Moth


My boys and I are always looking for new little creatures to study for science. That is one of the great things about homeschooling, we get to study all the bugs and creepy crawly creatures we discover when we are out enjoying Mother Nature.

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Cricket Science Experiment for Kids


by Kelley Palmer

Whether you are homeschooling your children or you are looking for a fun activity to do during a school break or holiday, this science experiment is fun as well as educational.

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5 Dinosaur Museums of the Western United States


by Timothy Olsen

If you live in or are planning a visit to the Western United States and you and your children are interested in dinosaurs, there are many places on the West Coast where you can take your family to see dinosaur fossils and museum exhibits.

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5 Resources for Homeschooling Preschoolers

With all the homeschooling resources available to parents today, it’s very easy to homeschool your preschool aged child. Here are some resources to get you started.

Preschool Curriculum

In preschool, children learn their shapes, colors, number and letter recognition, and basic writing skills. Some preschoolers even start learning how to read, although for some children this skill isn’t mastered until kindergarten.

While it is not necessary to have a set curriculum to teach a preschooler these basic concepts, there are curriculums available that can help make teaching preschool easier.

Many preschool curriculums have been prepared by homeschooling mothers who have experience homeschooling their own children. Curriculum such as “Learn and Grow: Hands On Lessons for Active Preschoolers” by Michelle Caskey gives you step-by-step instructions for each lesson so that you don’t have to spend hours preparing your own lesson plans.

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