Children who stay at home with loving one-on-one attention do better in the long run.
You taught your child to walk and talk. Keep on teaching them at home with carefully selected Christian preschool curriculum.
It is not about trying to imitate school. It is about teaching them to love and serve God. Many young parents try to emulate “real school” and lose sight of what’s important in the long run (the eternal one!)
The following resources are proven and inexpensive but superior resources for homeschooling. They are excellent because they encourage learning and keep the family environment.
Christian Preschool Curriculum for Homeschool:
- Horizons Preschool for Three’s
- Christian Liberty Preschool Curriculum
- Horizons Preschool Curriculum
- Master Books Creation Science Preschool to Gr. 3 One of our favorite books for preschoolers is the Creation Story for Children. It combines Bible and science in one book for young children.
- Books for New Homeschoolers Learn about homeschooling.
- Reading Curriculum If your child is ready to learn to read, we have several choices.
- Mathematics Curriculum
- Bible Devotionals
- Artistic Pursuits Preschool Art The Way They See It provides an art course to do at home with the younger crowd.
- Speechercise Audio CD by Twin Sisters Productions teaches mouth exercises designed to improve speech.
Preschool Curriculum on this page:
- Good Reading for Parents of Young Children
- Bible Choices for Preschoolers
- Christian Devotional Choices for Preschoolers
Good Reading for Parents of Young Children
Language and Thinking for Young Children
In Language and Thinking for Young Children, Dr. Ruth Beechick provides a year of oral language study.
Slow and Steady Get Me Ready
Learn about early childhood education from a retired kindergarten teacher. This book shows you when, how, and what skills to develop. Slow and Steady Get Me Ready contains an inexpensive phonetic approach for reading and spelling, a complete readiness curriculum full of ideas, and weekly age-appropriate developmental activities. The activities are easy-to-understand, take only about ten minutes each, and use common household items.
Bible Choices for Preschoolers
A Child’s First Bible
“A fresh new collection of 125 well-known Bible stories, retold by Dr. Kenneth Taylor in a clear, easy-to-understand style.”
A Child’s First Bible has “simple questions at the end of each selection are designed to highlight important truths.”
“Perfect for taking to church or using at home, this colorfully illustrated first Bible is sure to be a favorite with young children.”
The New Bible in Pictures for Little Eyes
Beautifully illustrated for children ages 4-7. You can read these simplified stories from the Bible aloud to your children. The New Bible in Pictures for Little Eyes is the one I like best because you can use it with a wider range of ages.