Pre-K Resources I'm Using to Homeschool | Rosie's Ramblings

Pre-K Resources I'm Using to Homeschool


I'm in the middle of cleaning my house and I still have a pile of work to do, HOWEVER Adri Rose is having Quiet Time and the baby is sleeping so I thought instead I'd take this moment to quickly write out a little list of what I'm using with Adri for Pre-K this year, since I've been getting some questions.

Keep in mind, I have a VERY laid-back, Unschooling approach and this is more for getting her used to a routine and doing workbooks, not so much for learning since she already knows most of the stuff anyway #firstchild.


Okay, so, what do I use? I'm using this workbook that I got. I found it on Amazon and it basically just covers shapes, letter, numbers, and colors. So far she really likes it and we're doing a few pages a day.

For Bible, I'm having Adri watch these Moody Science films. There are six (I think?) different ones. (yes, we're old school and have a DVD and VHS player as well as the Roku and PlayStation lol).

For science, we are watching The Newton's Workshop (there's a whole bunch of them but that's the link to one). My mom used them with four youngest kids when they were little and they are SO good. I enjoy watching them too, so there's that ;)


For learning to read I am using Teach Your Child To Read In 100 Easy Lessons, and I also have this, but I'm still not sure when I'm going to start using either. Not really in a big rush over here.

We are also big fans of all the LeapFrog stuff as well. The Letter Factory one is the best for having kids learn the Alphabet while watching something.

I love these Five Senses books, Hearing, Touch, Taste, Sight, and Smell.

A few other things that we love for school are, Ferby colored pencils, this alphabet train puzzle, paints, the Colin and Jacqui Hawkins books, and (always!) Play-Doh. We do lots of play, keep things fun, spend time outdoors, and Adri helps with lots of cooking, and cleaning and such.

I think that covers everything! If I think of more I'll be sure to add it. Feel free to ask any questions!

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