My daughter is only 8 months old but i am doing things to help build her language and comprehensive skills. She's not even a year old and you can tell she's a fast learner. I dont want schools suppressing her abilities and so i'll be homeschooling her for the first few years then we'll be moving onto a computerized homeschooling where a teacher grades her instead of me.
What is the first step when homeschooling a pre-schooler?
Is there anywhere i can get the material i need?
Where do we go when she has to take the state tests to see if she can go onto the next grade? Where can i view these tests so that i know im on the right track?
Answer by MamaBuggy at 12:11 PM on Feb. 27, 2009
I'm a part time preschool teacher and i use a book called "Big Preschool Work Book" it has a lot of fun pages for kids! like mazes, counting, following directions, letter and word skills, identifying shapes, dot-to-dots! its GREAT!! i got mine at Wal-Mart, its the cheaper one but they have a lot of preschool books there! i get also get a book at Costco i don't remember what its called but it comes with a DVD! i think they have it at Wal-Mart! you should also get craft stuff! glue, glitter, paint etc Good luck!
Answer by woobie102 at 4:18 PM on Feb. 27, 2009
also go to " yourbabycanread.com " its really good!! also youtube it and youll see how it works!
Answer by woobie102 at 4:20 PM on Feb. 27, 2009
also get leap frog toys and movies! the leap frog letter factory is a GREAT movie and a fun movie for kids! my daughter learned all her letters in about 2 weeks from that movie....
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