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MaryJanesNiece Posted - Jul 06 2020 : 1:41:26 PM
We recently decided to pursue homeschooling, especially with all the recent school changes from the virus. This coming fall will be both of my boys second year of preschool. Have any of you homeschooled for preschool or pre-k? If so, which program, books, or resources did you use? Iím wanting to do as much research as I can before I make an official decision.

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MaryJanesNiece Posted - Jul 10 2020 : 12:00:57 PM
I quickly glanced at the five in a row on Wednesday and it looks like there are multiple editions now. Based on my kids ages they would need the Before five in a row. Is this program based around stories? As well as bible teachings? Just want to make sure Iím understanding correctly.

Thanks Deb. I will check that one out.

Has anyone tried The Good And The Beautiful?

City Chick Posted - Jul 09 2020 : 06:40:12 AM
When my girls were preschool we used Letter of the Day. It was inexpensive and I could get most of the books at the library. I have friends that used Five in a Row and just loved it. They used to have a nice website for Before five in a row.


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MaryJanesNiece Posted - Jul 08 2020 : 12:28:27 PM
Sandy, thank you so much! I will check it out and let you know if I have any questions.

farmgirlnextdoor Posted - Jul 07 2020 : 5:45:47 PM
Krista- I educated all four of my kids at home from pre-K through high school. I would suggest looking at Five in a Row. It is a literature-based program that will teach you how to teach your kids. I would also take a look at their nature study resources.

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