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I want to homeschool my daughter...I called the superintendant of my school district and mentioned this and asked what steps I need to take etc....she said I dont have to do anything until she turns 6 years old...and that in the meantime i can do whatever i would like preschool wise and kindergarten wise because children do not have a responsibiolity to go to school until first grade or age six here....

so in the meantime...what would you suggest for a preschool/kindergarted curriculum in the meantime....DD is 3 and a half now so we have soem time before we get down to business so to speak...what would you reccommend for this age...

is there any free cirriculum stuff for preschool and kindergarten....or would you jsut go purchace some activity books at walmart etc. etc.

by on Dec. 9, 2013 at 10:00 AM
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by on Dec. 10, 2013 at 12:25 AM

My prek'er enjoyed (and still enjoys) games -- loads of reading readiness there. All the other tips on this page are pretty great. Just have fun - games and play are key. Creating letters out of every imaginable thing, reading readiness stuff. Introduce counting, pre-math type of stuff. As for the rest, just let her interests guide you. Pinterest has been a great resource for finding crafts and activities that fit into these ideas. Prek is the no-stress zone. Enjoy!

by on Dec. 10, 2013 at 7:22 AM

It's nice that the superintendent helped you, but usually they are clueless about homeschool laws. Have you checked the laws in your state so you will be prepared?

by Bronze Member on Dec. 11, 2013 at 4:53 PM
You can try they have a lot of Pre-K and K curriculum they do unit studies also.
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