Are you tired of searching the internet for preschool work and lesson ideas? As a homeschool Mom myself, I get it! You have enough to do during the day as it is. From the never ending laundry pile to the dishes and everything in between, time becomes a valuable asset!
This is why I created the Pre-K Curriculum Pack. Gone are the days of long web surfing looking for educational materials for your preschooler!
This Pre-K Curriculum pack includes everything your preschooler needs to know before they start Kindergarten.
Best of all, everything is already laid out for you on a day to day basis! No more planning! Just print and go!
What your child will learn:
- Recognize letters and letter sounds
- Recognize and name shapes
- Recognize and name colors
- Count to 20
- Work on problem solving skills using simple puzzles and mazes
- Work on fine motor skills using color sheets, line matching, and fun mazes
PLUS there are also 8 mini units in this pack. These mini units include:
- 5 Senses
- Living or Nonliving
- Community Helpers
Along with this pack you get a FREE ABC poster! You will find this bonus at the end of the pack. Simply print it out and hang it on the refrigerator for your child to see.
This pack will save you time and money! You can use it over and over again with your younger children when they are ready for preschool! Just pull up the files and print and go!
This is a digital file. 🙂
You get all of this for just $20!
Once you purchase your pack you will receive an email with your file. Simply download your file and save it to your desktop and you are good to go!
Frequently Asked Questions:
* What age groups is this pack for?
This curriculum pack is great for children ages 4-6 years of age. Some children might be ready much sooner than this average.
* How long does it take from start to finish?
The layout of this curriculum is 9 weeks. There is a lesson for each day with a quick review day at the end of the week.
* How long is each individual lesson?
Most lessons will take your child anywhere from 10 – 15 minutes to complete. This all depends on how quickly your child works. We encourage children to take their time while working on the coloring pages (even if it is just scribbles) so that they can build up proper grip and fine motor skills.
-What a fun way for students to learn the letters – great practice for writing and recognizing the letters and great practice to be able to listen to the sound the letter makes. – M. Mousaw
-As a homeschool mom with an M.Ed. degree, I tend to be picky when it comes to curriculum choices, and Jenny’s PreK pack meets my expectations. She has compiled a comprehensive resource that’s effortless to use, and includes all that my two preschoolers need to know and practice. I love the fact that I can print and go, and there is plenty to keep my littlest ones busy while I work with the oldest. The pack covers alphabet recognition, fine motor skills, basic knowlege, and even has a weekly spiral review. It’s just perfect! – D. Hipwell