Home educating your preschooler is a great and high energy season of life. You have been teaching your child since birth but maybe now, you feel like it is time to start using a more structured curriculum.
With so many curriculum options now, it can be extremely overwhelming to try and find a good curriculum that fits with your child and your families lifestyle.
We asked our fellow homeschooling Teach Them Diligently families what do you recommend as a Preschool curriculum choice, and we compiled their choices about this and 39 other levels and subjects of curriculum in our FREE Homeschool Family Favorites Guide.
The Top 3…
All about Learning Press From their website: Our goal is to take the struggle out of reading and spelling—for you and your student. Our comprehensive programs, All About Reading and All About Spelling, are easy to teach and easy to learn.
Before Five in A Row Preschool From their website: Designed to be used with children ages 2 through 4, Before Five in a Row is a rich treasury of classic picture book lessons and creative ideas that help you gently, consistently prepare your children for the lifelong adventure of learning. Now in a revised second edition, this bestselling volume is the foundation for inspired learning through great books and future studies with the entire Five in a Row curriculum.
Gather Round Homeschool From their website: No separate subjects, see the connections in everything you do and learn together as a family. Connection-relational-memorable-God-centered.
Top Preschool Curriculums 4-5
4. Abeka From their website: “Each grade will give you lessons for 170 school days. Your child will have engaging books written and edited by skilled, experienced Christian educators. You’ll have teaching aids, clear lesson plans, and the option of expertly taught lessons on video.”
5. Rod and Staff From their website: “This series provides preparation material. Six workbooks give practice in coloring, cutting, pasting, and following directions while learning neatness and carefulness with books. The storybook gives auditory and oral practice for the child.”