Homeschool Life, Letter of the Week, Literature-Based Curriculum

Activities and Books for the Letter D

Letter D activities, books, crafts, and ideas for homeschoolers.

Letter D activities for preschool. A fun and hands-on way for toddlers, preschoolers, and kindergartens to learn and practice the alphabet.

My homeschool motto is “child-led, lots of books, and lots of play! If you are looking for a similar style of homeschool, this blog post is for you! I provide a simple and easy way to implement some school work with just one book and one activity you can do with your child 3 days a week.

Our preschool “curriculum” was super simple and followed the “Letter of the Week” format.  At ages 3 and 5, we spent about 30 minutes to an hour each day doing a few sit-down activities and crafts. Most of the time they were playing together, but we also read books, went to the library, and spend time with our homeschool group. read more

Homeschool Life, Letter of the Week, Literature-Based Curriculum

Activities and Books for the Letter C

Letter C activities for preschoolersLetter C activities for preschool provide a fun and hands-on way for toddlers, preschoolers, and kindergartens to learn and practice the letter C. This post includes activities for caterpillar, cars, and a sensory cookie activity!

The first father-daughter day my oldest and my husband spent together was going to the movie Cars 2. And I think for that reason the letter C will always have a special place in my heart. Until the movie Frozen came out, my girls were fully aboard the Pixar train: Cars, Toy Story, and A Bug’s Life were played on repeat!

Our preschool “curriculum” was super simple and followed the “Letter of the Week” format and of course our Letter C would include Cars. It’s one of the many things I love about homeschooling, including things your child loves into everyday learning experiences. Homeschooling a preschooler doesn’t have to complicated or overly ambitious. It’s my motto that all you need is lots of books and lots of play!    read more

Homeschool Life, Letter of the Week, Literature-Based Curriculum

Activities and Books for the Letter B

Letter B activities for preschool, including sensory play and letter work! 

B is for bread, bus, and bear! Check out this post for Letter B activities for preschool and Letter B crafts for your homeschool preschool.

If your style of homeschooling is similar to mine, child-led, lots of books, and lots of play, or if you are looking to get your feet wet with homeschooling this blog post is for you! I provide a simple 3 day a week plan. Each day has one activity and one corresponding book.

Homeschooling a preschooler doesn’t have to complicated or overly ambitious. A book and spending time together is all you need. Let’s get to it! read more

Homeschool Life, Letter of the Week, Literature-Based Curriculum

Activities and Books for the Letter A

Letter A Activities For Preschoolers

Letter of the week activities and crafts are a fun way for preschoolers to learn the alphabet. Check out this post for letter A activities for preschool!

My homeschool motto is “child-led, lots of books, and lots of play! If you are looking for a similar style of homeschool, this blog post is for you! I provide a simple and easy way to implement some school work with just one book and one activity you can do with your child 3 days a week.

Our preschool “curriculum” was super simple and followed the “Letter of the Week” format.  At ages 3 and 5, we spent about 30 minutes to an hour each day doing a few sit-down activities and crafts. Most of the time they were playing together, but we also read books, went to the library, and spend time with our homeschool group. read more

Homeschool Life, Letter of the Week, Literature-Based Curriculum

Letter of the Week – Letter M

Letter M activities for preschool including marshmallow play and moose antlers!

Looking for Letter M Activities for Preschool? Click here for Letter M activities. They include a craft, marshmallow art, and marshmallow sensory play!

Our preschool “curriculum” was super simple and followed the “Letter of the Week” format. For the letter “M” we did activities that related to marshmallows and moose. At ages 3 and 5, we spent about 30 minutes to an hour each day doing these formal sit down activities and crafts. The girls spend a lot of time playing together. We also read books, walk the dogs, and spend time with our homeschool group. read more