Preschool

Free Preschool Lesson Plans - Worms

Posted in Animals, Free Use, Home School Creative Commons Resources, Kindergarten, Preschool, Science on August 31, 2017

A cartoon worm eating through an apple

Preschool is a time for learning songs and relating to their environment. These lessons are a lot of fun for children and their parents. Whether you are a homeschool parent or you are just looking for something to keep your child occupied over the summer, the worms lesson is perfect for every member of your Read More »

Learning About the Neighborhood by Walking

Posted in Lifestyle, Preschool on July 17, 2017

Mother and a preschooler walking in a blue field

Is your child familiar with your neighborhood? I am not talking about the street your house is on. I am talking about your entire neighborhood. If your child ever gets lost, will he know how to get home? It is important that every child knows the ins and outs of their neighborhood as early as Read More »

4 Ways You Can Learn Science Directly From Nature (Pre-K)

Posted in Home School Creative Commons Resources, Preschool, Science on July 5, 2017

Learning directly from nature

There are a lot of ways to learn science. A child does not want to learn science from a book. They want to learn by being hands on and getting dirty. They want to experiment with different things and see what happens. They want to make something! Here are four ways to learn science directly Read More »

Children’s Nature Books by Elizabeth Gordon

Posted in Elementary, Home School Creative Commons Resources, Nature Studies, Preschool on May 3, 2015

This series of books by Elizabeth Gordon have fun, colorful illustrations and short little poems that could be used as a literature and nature study, handwriting practice, or just reading. The poems are not particularly educational as these are picture books for younger children. You can find all of these books on archive.org, but I Read More »

The Pied Piper of Hamelin by Robert Browning

Posted in Elementary, Home School Creative Commons Resources, Kindergarten, Literature, Preschool, Public Domain, Reading on May 3, 2015

“Please your honours,” said he, “I’m able, By means of a secret charm, to draw All creatures living beneath the sun, That creep or swim or fly or run, After me so as you never saw! And I chiefly use my charm On creatures that do people harm, The mole and toad and newt and Read More »

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