What should preschool at home look like? You’ll find as many answers to that question as you will parents who have asked it. There is not one “right” way to do preschool, but there are tools that can help you make the most out of this very special time in your child’s life. Here you will find a wealth of articles to help you determine what you want your preschool year to look like, fun tools, and academic resources you can use as a complete preschool curriculum or as learning activities you scatter throughout your days. Remember that we are always happy to help answer your questions and encourage you along the way. Please feel free to use the chat box on the lower right side of your screen or email us at CustomerService@theoldschoolhouse.com any time. God bless!
If you would like to use SchoolhouseTeachers.com as a full preschool curriculum, please review Using the Preschool Playground as a Full Curriculum.
Bible Adventures: Additional Languages: See the ESL and Foreign Language Focused Learning Center.
Preschool Playground: Bible Resources: See the Preschool Playground Additional Resources.
Numbers, Patterns, and Cognitive Skills
Manners and Healthy Habits
Arts, Crafts, and Music
Community Helpers Coloring Book: See our History, Geography, and Social Studies Unit Studies.
US Landmarks and Monuments: See the History Unit Studies.
This Day in History: Pre-K to Elementary Volume 1: A special collection of short stories we have assembled to be read aloud to your littlest history students!
Frontier Friends: Character Tales: Short stories (printable and audio format) and worksheets that share stories of faith on the Pennsylvania frontier.
Enjoy dozens of bright and colorful ways you can reward your little one for a job well done.
Please stop by our Star Designers Page and meet our wonderful designers who created these preschool certificates!
- Are Parents Really Necessary by Amelia Harper
- A Heart for Homeschooling from the Womb by Lindy Abbott
- A History of Public School Education and the Origins of Head Start by Don Calbreath
- Are You Kidding-Textbooks for My Preschoolers by Joni Downey
- Beginning Well-The Special Needs Preschooler and the Importance of Play by Randy Saller
- Choosing to Homeschool Your Preschooler by Christine Acre
- Chores and the Preschool Crowd by Kendra Fletcher
- Creating a Rich Learning Environment by W.K.
- Creating Your Own Games by Nichole Hinkle
- Creative Things to Do by Carol aka “Schoolinrhome”
- Does My Preschooler Need Preschool by Nancy Carter
- Homeschooling Preschoolers-The Natural Option by Kelly Crawford
- Keeping Preschoolers Occupied and Educated by Jill Kelly
- Multi-Teaching by Erin Lasky
- Nurturing Giftedness for the Glory of God by Carolyn Riggs
- Preschool Education by Juliebeth Lamb
- Preschool Toolbox by Dana Hanley
- Preschooling with One by Donna Conner
- Put Some Zing into Your Homeschool with Field Trips by Amy Dianne Blevins
- Should They Stay or Should They Go by Cara Boerrigter
- Teaching Preschoolers by Courtney Sanchez
- The Formal Education of Preschoolers by Deborah Googeg
- Three Camps by Diane Hurst
- Tot School by Carisa Hinson
- Adam Andrews shares a wonderful article based on the children’s book Harriet, You’ll Drive Me Wild in the January/February issue of The Old Schoolhouse(R) Magazine. You can find Harriet, You’ll Drive Me Wild: Grace for the Dog Days of Winter on page 48. Enjoy!