If you are new to homeschooling and looking for curriculum ideas and homeschool resources, here are recommendations of things we have personally used and liked.
If you are brand new to homeschooling, I recommend beginning with my post How to start homeschooling for the beginner.
We currently have a first grader, kindergartener, and toddler so I will continue to add and update this homeschool resource page as the kids grow!
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Playing Preschool by Busy Toddler: 190 days Of At Home Learning (complete curriculum with daily activities, book lists, poems, and letter of the week activities created by a former kindergarten teacher)
The Good And The Beautiful (Pre-K & Level K)
Math Lessons For A Living Education by Masterbooks
Learning to read
Exploring Nature With Children by Raising Little Shoots (1 full year of nature study. Can be used every year with all ages)
Nature Journal (blank): 3 pack with 50 pages each, unlined
Art For Kids Hub (YouTube)
Art projects for kids (step by step printables)
John Muir Law’s how to draw videos (great for beginner nature journaling)
Educational TV Shows
Wild Kratts (Amazon Prime)
Octonauts (Amazon Prime
Magic School Bus (Netflix)
Mr. Roger’s Neighborhood (Amazon Prime)
Bill Nye The Science Guy (library)
The Backyard Scientist (YouTube)
Mark Rober Science & Engineering (YouTube)