This Preschool page is for anyone, from birth to kindergarten, who haven’t yet learned the alphabet. Typically 2-4 year old children fall into this section.

  • Are home school families required to teach their state’s complete standard set? No.
  • Is it a great place to start when deciding what to teach? Yes!
  • How do you know the course of study the kids were already working on before being removed from public school? Read your states standards!
  • Below you will find Ohio’s state early learning standards. I will use these standards as a guideline for lesson planning this year.

This Preschool page is for anyone, from birth to kindergarten, who haven’t yet learned the alphabet. Typically 2-4 year old children fall into this section.

Here you will find resources for leaning at home. Many of the learning tools I create for my own family will be shared here. I will also share links to the resources I like and use but did not make myself.

I live in the state of Ohio and 20/21 will be my first year homeschooling. I have always wanted to home school, I have began staying home full time and considering the switch in fall 2019 and I got serious about it during the COVID-19 school closure. I have only just begun to map the resources available online but I do have experience in creating my own materials as a Head Start teacher during the 8 years I taught preschool. I’m excited to share my journey and resources with you!

*Please be patient as the resource banks will take time to build, come back often to watch them grow! Feel free to contact me with recommendations, feed back and well wishes!

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