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Before I began homeschooling, I taught in our local school
system as a preschool special education teacher. Out of
everything that I learned during my time teaching, the one
thing that stands out in my mind is this:

Each child learns differently.

Shocking, isn't it? So often as parents though, we get
caught up in the trap of comparing our child to other
children and what
they are doing {or not doing} instead of
focusing on what is right in front of us ~ and I've been just
as guilty of that as anyone.

If you have a preschooler {or one on the verge}, please
browse around and check out the different resources on
these preschool pages: planning pages, lots of colorful
printables, and information for other resources.

If you have a question ~ ASK! I promise I don't bite, and I
do my best to respond quickly to the questions I receive.

My hope is that this site and my blog will be a HELP to
others, an encouragement to keep on going {even when
it's hard}, and overall a reminder to
just have FUN with
our children!
Preschool Corner Planning Form

This is the planning form that I use each week when
planning out our activities for the week. If I'm using a
unit that has already been outlined for me, I just plug
in the activities on the days that we will do them.
Every day varies in what we do, but I try to touch on
a few key areas each week: colors, counting, letters,
and then fill in the blanks with activities based around
the subject/topic we happen to be studying.