What to Teach Preschoolers
With my oldest daughter, I couldn’t wait to get started with preschool.
We made little books about seasons, numbers, colors, and animals.
We played matching games with animals and their moms.
We put together puzzles and did all kinds of art projects.
Sometimes we cooked and Katie Beth helped me measure.
I continued to play games, cook, visit the zoo, and put together puzzles with my children but didn’t have formal preschool lessons with the rest of my kids. It’s not that I didn’t want to, but life became a blur of pregnancy, nursing, potty training, schooling older ones, and managing the home. So I focused on the important things and they sat in with all the older ones, often drawing, cutting out shapes, or putting together puzzles at our feet.
So, what is listed below are the essentials. This is not the limit of what you can do—the sky’s the limit with teaching preschoolers, but here are the things that will lay a foundation for the school years that follow.
Bible & Character
What a delight to teach our little lambs about the world around them!
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