Whether you are doing a homeschool preschool program or are a teacher in a preschool, having a plan is essential. I try to start every year with an outline for what I plan to teach throughout the school year. I created this editable preschool curriculum so that I can easily change what I teach from year to year.
Keep it simple for preschool, as well as, creating a routine that is easy for little ones to follow helps set up a year for success. The areas we focus on during our time together is circle time, literacy, math, Bible and a thematic unit.
This calendar pack is perfect during this time of our day. This resource is perfect to get learners engaged and integrate so much content into a 15-20 minute block of time.
Each month includes…
- Calendar: each calendar is editable to use year after year
- Workpages: edit this resource for your learners and laminate for use throughout each month
- Songs: engage learners with new songs each month
- Number Line: count together each month with a new (and longer) number line
- Focus Wall: review monthly letters, numbers, colors, shapes and phonics skills together
You can find my bundle here to use during your preschool calendar and circle time.
Teaching the alphabet during calendar time is great, but focusing on one letter at a time allows learners to have success later in reading. We a variety of resources to introduce, teach and review the letters of the alphabet. We usually focus on one letter a week in detail, but still cover the alphabet as a whole.
You can find so many resources in my Alphabet Mega-Bundle. This bundle includes…
- Letter Posters
- Letter Handprint Book
- Letter Poems
- Word Wall Cards
- Reading Center
- Playdough Center
- Letter Puzzles
- Picture Letters Posters and Workpages
- Dictionary Workpages
- Write the Room Center
- Letter Hats
- Letter Necklaces
- Color by Letter Workpages
- Letter Identification Workpages
- Initial Sound Workpages
- Dot the Letter Workpages
- Handwriting Workpages
- Letter Mats
- Letter Flipbook
- Letter Sort
- Emergent Reader
Mix and match the resources to meet the needs of your classroom and learners.
Using hands on math activities is a great way to introduce preschoolers to the world of math. I have a variety of resources we use during this time and hope to create more in the future.
Teaching in themes are my jam. Vocabulary, books, centers and science or social studies that are used in teaching themes create so much for learners to enjoy.
If you teach ing a church preschool program or at home, you may include Bible instruction in your preschool curriculum. This is a great age to allow learners to get familiar with the Bible and their God. You can find some of my Christian resources here and be sure to check out the units I currently have available.
Having a plan is always helpful and I hope that you are able to use this editable preschool curriculum outline in your planning. You can download this resource by clicking on the image at the bottom of this post. Download the fonts in specified in file and edit the outline to meet your needs.
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