Homeschool Beginner Tips


So my boys are still quite young at 3.5 and 2 years old. So, I feel fortunate to know that homeschooling is the path, albeit not the easiest one, that our family is going to take early. For me, homeschooling will take YEARS to hone and to organize, let alone to feel good about my [Read On]

Circle Time Must Haves


In our homeschool preschool, I’ve learned a few “Circle Time Must Haves”. I thought I’d share them with you. {Bag} Young children love the element of surprise. I have a large drawstring bag but a pillowcase would work well. I use this bag to hold props for a song or book. {Props} Engaging my boys [Read On]

Preschool Homeschool Routine (Free Printable)


This week we added a work for my older son (3.5) to our “Morning Time” routine. At the end of “Circle Time” we typically have a snack that I prepare. I’ve been working hard to find ways to give my boys the freedom to choose when and how much (to a degree) of a snack [Read On]

Preschool Homeschool Routine


I feel so grateful to have all day on Fridays completely free to spend with my boys. Here is what we did this morning. I added a “Circle Time Basket” to my planning and execution. I gather the materials I’ll need in this basket. It worked really well. Friday 8:30am: Breakfast 8:45am: Circle Time – [Read On]

Preschool Homeschool Routine


I am trying to make an effort to plan our weekly routine at home. My goal is to also follow up with notes on what actually occurred during the day. Here is a glimpse: Monday 7-8am: Breakfast & Books 8am: Get Dressed & Brush Teeth {didn’t happen until after snack} 8:45am: Circle {actual > 8:30am) [Read On]

Preschool Homeschool Routine


Here is a sample of one morning this week (J is 3.25 and Y is 1.75 years old): We started the morning pre-breakfast with Whale coloring and connecting the dots pages. Opening Song: Round and Round by Deborah Stewart This song is lovely and great to get my boys’ bodies moving but also gets their [Read On]