The importance of early learning and childhood education is often debated on. Is Preschool a must, and how much are little ones actually learning? I’m here to tell you that preschool is so much more important than you might think.
But… want to know a little secret, your little learner can experience preschool without even leaving your home. That’s right. You can teach preschool from the comfort of your own home.
And if your child attends Pre-K, that is amazing and they are going to learn truly amazing skills. Skills that are perfect for kindergarten readiness. However, if you have the option and ability, learning from home is also the perfect chance to prepare your kiddo for kindergarten and beyond.
The Importance of Early Learning
Literacy skills are a strong foundation that students need to thrive academically and succeed in other subject areas. And you know what they say, “there’s no better time than the present.” There is no better time for learning than today.
Establishing early literacy skills with your preschooler is easier than ever! This can be accomplished through simple tasks like reading to them and allowing them to be active listeners, or even playing with alphabet magnets.
Pre-School Creates Learners
When you engage your child in the process of learning, you are encouraging them to develop critical thinking and reasoning skills. It is so important that children learn through play and create their own thought process. The main goal is to foster a love for learning and support a child’s growth and development. Structured early learning is a great place to start.
What Curriculum Should I Use?
So you’ve decided to take a step and bring pre-school to your home! Yay, you’re going to love this journey and your child will benefit greatly. But, where do you start? I found myself in this same situation, and so I created a homeschool curriculum that will ensure your child is kindergarten ready. Grab 9 weeks of Pre-K curriculum here.
I’ve done all the hard work so you don’t have to! Just print and you’re ready to go. This 9 week curriculum has over 475 pages of engaging activities that are sure to create a love for learning. It’s perfect for children ages 3-6. This lesson pack includes eight mini lessons, with six learning objectives.
Little learners will explore the alphabet, letter sounds, shapes, colors, counting to 20, fine motor and problem solving skills.
Do you guide your child in early learning? What’s the best way you’ve discovered? I would love to hear from you in the comments below.