My preschooler, Emily, loves ‘doing school’ like her big siblings. And while she has a few workbooks, I know that learning through play is what preschoolers do best.
I began homeschooling my oldest daughter her preschool year, in 2007. It’s hard to believe I will begin teaching preschool for the 5th time this year with 4-year-old Emily! I’ve never bought a preschool curriculum for my little ones, but as I add more and more children to my teaching line up, finding the time to put together a really great preschool year becomes more difficult. So the opportunity to review
My preschooler turns 4 at the end of this month. She’s just beginning to take interest in ‘doing school’ like her big siblings, so my first goal is to teach her to recognize the alphabet. When S is for Smiling Sunrise, came for us to review she could not believe a ‘school’ book came in the mail just for her! This adorable full-color hardback book with audio CD included is
The VTech product, gift card, information, and additional gift pack have been provided by VTech. Homeschooling with 6 children can be pretty chaotic. My preschool and kindergarten daughters finish their schoolwork long before their older siblings. I love finding fun, independent, and educational activities to keep them occupied while I finish teaching the older children. VTech Innotab is a great tool for my homeschool. My younger daughters can have independent (quiet) fun
This girl just gets more adorable everyday. I cannot believe she will be 5 in a month. 5 once seemed so big, but Peyton still seems so little. I guess 10 years of parenting changes perspective. No matter how many times we sing the days of the week song, every day past Tuesday is Saturday. “Sunday, Monday, Tuesday, Sa-TUR-day!” So we start over and I loudly sing the correct days of