For many homeschool parents, a good preschool curriculum provides a sense of security - at the end of the year of study, you can look back and say: "We did 'this or that' curriculum," and have something to show for your efforts. Although I believe that little children do not need a formal preschool curriculum, I realized that mothers need quality resources to create a stimulating learning environment for their children, as an introduction to their world and God's creation and to lay a foundation for their later learning.
Each preschool curriculum that I have reviewed offers you carefully selected children's stories that will ignite your children's love of literature and learning.
Each one has also been created by homeschooling parents, not classroom teachers or other educational professionals, so the authors are moms who understand the typical homeschool scenario. They know the many demands on a mother's time and the complexity of roles she must fulfill as wife, mother, teacher, homemaker, secretary, friend, etc. A preschool curriculum must be designed to simplify your life, not complicate it! These materials can also easily be incorporated into a preschool classroom by preschool teachers who are looking for new resources.
On a day-to-day basis, a preschool curriculum gives you structure, as the lesson plans are provided and it saves you a lot of time and research enabling you to focus on what is important - teaching and training your precious little ones and establishing routines in your home.
Each curriculum provider also offers after-sales support and encouragement as you use the products and they will answer any questions that you may have. They can also direct you to online support groups or forums where you can be in contact with other families using the same products.
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