As an experienced teacher, let me be the first to tell you:
Any curious and loving parent is unmatched as their child's best teacher.
Teaching your child is easy, fun, and beautiful with Kindergarten at Home.
The 36-week curriculum covers all core skills through play.
Kindergarten at Home is entirely play-based—that's right, no more worksheets! Purposeful play allows your little one to grow imagination, build vocabulary and further learning with open-ended questions and exploration.
Each week, you have three mornings with planned activities—these are the core skills.
From literacy and numeracy, to critical thinking, problem solving, and emotional wellness, your little one will be set to soar. The comprehensive coursebook guides you day-by-day, step-by-step.
The rest of the week is comprised of quality time with your child.
Your coursebook also includes deep learning projects—like art and cooking projects—as well as quiet time activities for some restful, independent play each day.
"I have looked through TONS of different resources, and this is by far the best thing I've found!"
— KASEY G.
Here's what's included:
36-Week Activity Plan
Your 232-page coursebook includes 18 themes (each spanning 2-weeks), with engaging, play-based activities that cover all core skills.
Deep Learning & Quiet Time
In addition to core skills, each theme also includes deep learning activities—like art and cooking projects—and quiet time activities for restful and independent play.
Songs, Poems & Short Stories
Each theme also includes a song or poem, recommended books, and an original short story to create a literacy-rich environment for your child.
Kindergarten at Home includes 40 beautiful watercolor-themed printables and vocabulary cards to extend the learning and beautify your space.
Everything you need is included—a comprehensive coursebook, vocabulary cards, and printables—all featuring beautiful watercolor art.
"Your kind and loving teaching style shone through every single idea that came from you."
— SUSIE K.
You're going to love the themes!
Every two weeks, you dive into a new theme with your child. From Dinosaurs to Penguins, The Ocean to The Solar System, each unit is filled with playful activities your child will love.
Each theme spans 2-weeks and includes:
An activity plan with 18 activities, designed to be completed over three mornings per week
1 song or poem relating to the theme
1 short story relating to the theme
1 phonological awareness activity
1 cooking project
1 art project
5 quiet time activities
5 recommended books relating to the theme
Plus printables and watercolor vocabulary cards to extend learning
"I just wanted to say that I have had 6 children and had my oldest reading before she entered Kindergarten. Yet, I was so excited to see the order in which you suggest to teach ABC's. I bought your program for my last daughter and wished I had it for my son. She was 4 at the time of purchase, and she really enjoyed going over the letters. Thank you teaching an old Mom a new trick!!! I truly recommend this program to everyone!!!"
"I truly recommend this program to everyone!!!"
— SHIRLEY S.
What to Expect After
Kindergarten at Home
After you complete Kindergarten at Home, your child will:
Have a solid foundation in literacy, allowing them to grow into a confident reader.
Be ready to grasp big math concepts with their strong foundation in numeracy.
Understand how to think critically, inquisitively, and creatively.
Have a love and appreciation for this amazing world that we call home.
Plus, your child will have had lots of loving one-on-one time playing and learning with YOU!
You will receive a digital copy of your resources delivered to your email instantly. Printed and Shipped orders will also receive a hardcopy carefully packaged, shipped, and delivered in 3-6 business days via Priority Mail.
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Kindergarten at Home
Your complete 36-week curriculum covering all core skills.
I am a certified teacher and reading specialist, and taught Kindergarten in the classroom for 10+ years. Currently, I am a homeschool teacher to my 4 children. I also support parents, caregivers, and fellow teachers in their journeys with little ones through my blog, ebooks, and digital courses. Through decades of teaching young children (including my own!), I have refined the best activities to build strong foundations in literacy and mathematics.
Kindergarten at Home covers all foundational Kindergarten skills—from phonological awareness all the way to sound blending, and so much more! Generally, children are ready for Kindergarten at Home between the ages of 4 and 6. Before this age, I recommend my preschool program, Play into Kindergarten Readiness. Play into Kindergarten Readiness acts as a bridge from entirely child-led play to guided play-based activities. Once a child is having success with 20-minute play-based activities, such as those found in Play into Kindergarten Readiness, they are ready to begin Kindergarten at Home.
You will learn all about phonological skills in Kindergarten at Home! Phonological skills actually have nothing to do with the letters in the alphabet, but they are essential for building a strong foundation for reading. Phonological awareness focuses on auditory skills, hearing the relationship between words—the rhymes, the sounds, the syllables, etc. Did you know that a child’s ability to rhyme in Kindergarten is a direct predictor of his or her reading success in grade one? It’s true! Rhyming is the first of seven phonological skills that your little one will master with Kindergarten at Home.
Yes! Kindergarten at Home is set up with nine activities per week designed to be completed over three days, plus extra deep learning opportunities sprinkled throughout the week. Of course, you are welcome to implement the curriculum however works for your family!
Absolutely! How Wee Read is my best-selling learn-to-read resource. Through 60 simple lessons, you will teach your child how to read! The program is divided into four sections, and each lesson is laid out for you step-by-step. In the first section (Lessons 1 to 7), we teach the seven phonological awareness skills that are critical for children to know before learning how to read. In the second section (Lessons 8 to 19), we teach letters, sounds, and blending. In the third section (Lessons 20 to 24), we introduce special rules and exceptions, including sneaky letters, digraphs, blends, vowels, and the Magic Letter E. And finally, in the last section (Lessons 25 to 60), we take all of the knowledge your child has learned and apply it to familiar readers. And voila! You have a reader!
Absolutely! How Wee Write is my learn-to-write workbook that perfectly complements How Wee Read! For each lesson in How Wee Read, you will find a corresponding lesson in How Wee Write. How Wee Write is divided into four sections. In the first section (Lessons 1 to 7), your child practices a variety of form drawings to understand the flow of writing and the idea of mark-making. In the second section (Lessons 8 to 19), we begin letter formation! We follow the same special order for teaching letters as we do in How Wee Read. In the third section (Lessons 20 to 24), we introduce some rules, exceptions, and things that can be tricky when learning to write, like letter reversals. And finally, in the last section (Lessons 25 to 60), we progress to writing simple sentences, carefully selected to focus on the word families and sight words your child is learning in How Wee Read.
Absolutely! Little Woodland Artists is a beginner’s guide to learning to draw simple nature items. No prior skills are needed. Sometimes young artists like to have a few known skills up their sleeves to boost confidence before feeling comfortable doodling and drawing. This resource will teach children how to draw 10 simple woodland-themed animals, plants, and other items. First, your child will be taught to draw a simple picture, step-by-step. Once your child has completed the how-to-draw, she can turn her picture into a complete art project with the included art extension. You'll enjoy beautiful projects like watercolor pine needs, a sensory owl, a color-mixing sunflower, symmetrical antlers, and more.
Absolutely! This art pack is perfect for parents, teachers, and caregivers looking to equip their young learners with educational and beautiful art. These thoughtfully designed posters will help provide an inspiring and encouraging atmosphere for your little one's learning. Perfect for use in a homeschool, classroom, or as decoration in a child's bedroom or playroom! You will receive 7 educational posters (3D Shapes, The Color Wheel, Ocean Alphabet A to Z, Anatomy of a Grey Horned Owl, Lifecycle of an Owl, and Types of Owl), as well as 3 sets of learning cards (26x Ocean-themed Alphabet Cards, 26x American Sign Language (ASL) Alphabet Cards, and 50x Number Cards).
Kindergarten at Home covers all kindergarten literacy skills through play, which includes phonological awareness, letters, sounds, and introduces sound blending. It is a complete kindergarten literacy program.
Many parents find it helpful to know exactly what they need to teach for a child to learn to read, and some children are ready to progress beyond the skills covered in Kindergarten at Home. For this reason, How Wee Read is the perfect compliment, as it provides you with a complete learn-to-read blueprint. With a tracking sheet to ensure important foundational skills are understood, you will build reading skills one step at a time. We revisit the skills taught in Kindergarten at Home in a new way—using beautiful cards and hands-on activities—and then progress even further. How Wee Read takes your child beyond blending, into special rules and exceptions, and all the way into reading sentences and stories.
Instantly! After purchase, you will be sent an email with a link to download your resources. You will be able to view your materials on your computer, tablet, or phone. You can also print a hard copy at home or at your local print shop. Printed and shipped orders are delivered via Priority Post and generally take 3-6 days to arrive.
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