Need suggestions for 1st time homeschooler of Pre-K. To get started what do you reccommend I do to get started in the right direction of curriculum? Should I do an online program?
I'm a home school mom, this year I'm teaching Kindergarten, 2nd and 7th grades. I can honestly tell you that there isn't much difference in pre-school vs. Kindergarten material. If your daughter is 4 and you want to give her a jump start. Start her with some Kindergarten work books, They're basically the same as Pre-K, and she'll be able to move on the next year. My daughter was bored to tears with Kindergarten and it was becoming a fight to get her to do it. She loves 1st grade though. If she's 3, I think you should stick with reading stories to her and give her as money opportunities to be creative as possible. When you read to her, ask her questions as you go and make sure she understands what she's hearing, and being creative is good because if promotes thinking skills that will help get her ready for actual school work.
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