Early Years





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Early Years Homeschooling includes Resources and Tips for:

1.  How to Get Started Homeschooling
2.  Preschool and Kindergarten 
3.  Elementary Curriculum 
4.  Handwriting 
5.  Helps for ADHD and SPD
6.  Free Homeschool

Let's get started!:

1.  How to Get Started Homeschooling is in this article below:

 GETTING STARTED with
HOMESCHOOLING


Are you new to homeschooling?  Tips for that here:Skipping Public School all the way to College 



phonics, reading and pre-handwriting FUN

  Early Math FUN - Making a Manipulatives Kit and More
Hands-on learning fun with numbers, sets, etc

Photo Credit - Early Science Evan-Moor Series
Early Science - Hands-On!
....my daughter's favorite things to do for preschool/K science/nature study. 

 ELEMENTARY  


What we chose for math, from preK all the way through high school.  Hope it gives you some good ideas for your own.

Our Curriculum Choices for Homeschool Math


Homeschooling your Active Child - Tips for ADHD, Sensory Issues and 2e 



A curriculum that is creative and full of hands on activities, with lots of art, too.



Early Learning Activities for Homeschooling Preschool




Learn to Read/Improve Reading 
 Phonics and Reading Curriculum - Explode the Code




Book Making for Little Homeschoolers 
PreK through Elementary



Elementary Science in our Homeschool 
Hands-On 

  Nature/science studies for your kids-- animals, earth, plants, rocks and fossils, habitats, etc, with easy to do experiments that teach STEM.

You Can Learn Sign Language




Stamp Collecting for Kiddos 

Learn Geography while having fun and practicing organizational skills, too.



Our Favorites for US History




Birdwatching - Nature Study 

 This post is all about birdwatching, with photos of birds in our area, and  resources to help you incoorporate STEM into your day...





Science FUN in the Garden - with Printables


Oak Meadow is similar to Charlotte Mason in many ways.  It strives to reach the child...head, hands and heart.






5.  SPECIAL NEEDS HOMESCHOOLING


 Here is how we went about homeschooling her during the early years.  

Tips for working with kids with ADHD, including setting up your day, direction following, and sensory activities to help with it all.



.....especially for kids on the spectrum



reading c ards

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Thanks for stopping by BJ's Homeschool,



Betsy


Betsy is mom to her now rising college senior, whom she homeschooled from preK through high school.  She blogs at BJ's Homeschool, about the early yearshigh school & college and wrote - Homeschooling High School with College in Mind.   She offers free homeschool help through messages at BJ's Consulting and has had articles picked up by the Huffington Post.


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