Early Childhood Home Learning Resources

My cousin Heather is awesome. Not only is she beautiful, stylish and witty, but she is starting to homeschool one of her children this week, and I know she will do an amazing job. Since we've been teaching Arthur at home preparing him for school and since I used to work in a split pre-k/kindergarten classroom and have had loads of education classes at NSU, as well as access to teaching resources through Tulsa Community College, I am compiling a list of resources. I couldn't think of a good place to keep these all in one place, so I am posting them here. They are links for home schooling a small child or in our case working on early childhood development. I am going to post a few today and be updating later.

Prekinders Resources for pre-k teachers
The Frugal Homeschooling Mom
Totally Tots Mommy Made Printables loads of printables on ABCs, counting and more
Journal of a Home Education resources
Confessions of a Homeschooler has printables, info about getting started, and tons of other information (as well as a daily weather chart my cousin was looking for); she also has a preschool assessment form and a terrific daily schedule
Making Learning Fun things to make, printables, lessons
TeacherVision has lots of free resources
Filth Wizardry an abundance of messy art plans
Christian unschooling thoughts and lessons at Sparkling Adventures of a Free-Range Life
Kid crafts include some good art projects on Zakka Life

Lesson plan forms:
TeacherVision weekly
More weekly plans from TeacherVision
Homeschool calendars

Curriculum plans:
Confessions of a Homeschooler has curriculum plans available for purchase (reasonable)

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