These are our current curriculum materials. I could not find a preschool curriculum that was challenging enough for my son. Most curriculum are based on a letter of the week approach. My son already knows all of his letters, sounds, and words that begin with that letter. We needed something more advanced. I also don’t believe in doing worksheet, worksheets, worksheets all the time. Most of the curriculums I found online revolved around worksheets.
- Michael Heggerty Phonemic Awareness Curriculum
- **FREE** Word families via pinterest and original activities as well youtube videos
- Variety of workbooks and worksheets (mostly by mailbox and teacherpayteacher)
- **FREE**Dolch Preschool Sight Words
- **FREE** Progressive Phonics
- **FREE** Pinterested activities
- **FREE** Our math lessons are built into everyday activities such as counting our snack, measuring during cooking, talking about more and less, etc.
- **FREE**Pinterest Activities
- **FREE**Everyday conversations and exploration of environment
- **FREE** Play through the Bible
- **FREE** Pinterest
- Read and Share Dvd Bible
- The Rhyming Bible Storybook for Toddler
ABCMouse.com– The library has a free subscription to this website. I use it for reading, math, science, and social studies. It also has music and art activities. It is very educational, breaks subjects down into many topics, and my son loves it.
I also refer to the Illinois Early Learning Standards to be sure we are on track with our learning goals.