To Preschool or Not to Preschool... There is a wide range of opinions in the homeschool world about whether or not to "do preschool" with our children. Charlotte Mason purists will hold to the idea that under age 6 should be a "quiet growing time" and that no formal lessons should begin until age 6.… Continue reading Preschool Homeschool Curriculum Comparison
Tree Narratives for Children A Tree Is Nice by Janice May Udry A poetic ode to the beauty of the presence of trees in our everyday lives. The simplicity is perfect and a lovely depiction of childhood. *Great for preschoolers Greta and the Giants by Zoë Tucker An allegorical depiction of a young girl standing… Continue reading Favorite Tree Books for Children
About This List *List Updated March 22, 2020 Below I provided separate lists for fiction and nonfiction books about birds for children. Within each of those lists I also created sub-categories and a few favorites based on age level of the child. Nonfiction books are divided up by learning category (e.g. nests & eggs). There… Continue reading Favorite Bird Books for Children
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DETAILS My son (3 1/2) has shown interest in space lately, and I thought with the solar eclipse happening soon we should spend some time on space learning activities and reading and fun. We've got our eclipse glasses (which are apparently absurdly expensive right now) and will likely travel that day to get a better… Continue reading Space Preschool Activities
DETAILS I decided to do multiple weeks of F is for Farm learning activities & play before doing the Letter F Unit from The Peaceful Preschool because it worked out that we could attend the Indiana State Fair during this time frame. Below is a detailed account all of the activities & resources from our… Continue reading F is for Farm Preschool Activities