As a part of the ebook bundle available this week, I was excited to find our current homeschool curriculum for preschoolers, God’s Little Explorers, by Stacie Ann Nelson.
I clearly remember the days when I tried to build my own preschool curriculum. We were going strong… until about the letter M, and I was tired. This year with Ruble in preschool, two in elementary grades, and one to keep busy, I needed a homeschool curriculum that:
- did not require a lot of preparation or thought.
- was consistent with our beliefs.
- would allow me to rotate my attention between multiple children without leaving my preschooler begging for help.
God’s Little Explorers, a preschool homeschool curriculum
When Stacie sent me the God’s Little Explorers curriculum and I opened the file, I was immediately impressed with how the curriculum is formatted and organized. (I must add that it is the prettiest curriculum I have ever owned.) Activities are themed with a letter of the alphabet, although they are not presented in the normal order, and you have a complete week of activities to match the theme. The curriculum also provides additional activities if needed to supplement.
As a PDF file, the lesson plans are linked to the internet where you can find the information you need to prepare and complete the activities. So far, the materials are all items that I already have in our craft cabinet.
My favorite things about God’s Little Explorers
All of my needs are completely met by God’s Little Explorers and the curriculum fits our homeschool needs perfectly, but I do have a few favorites within the preschool curriculum:
- Preschool Assessment Forms – Not sure how your child is doing? Use the simple assessment to evaluate what your child knows.
- Chronological order through the Bible – Instead of following the normal order of the alphabet, the 28 weeks starts with a focus in Genesis and works through to Revelation, which is excellent for our use with Grapevine Old Testament studies, Mystery of History, and Your Story Hour audios.
- Age appropriate – Although targeted for 3- to 4-year olds, you can easily adapt the curriculum to include your 2 year old.
- Alphabet Notebook – Honestly, this is Ruble’s favorite part. He loves adding to his alphabet notebook and I love the review he is getting when he flips through the pages.
Buy God’s Little Explorers now
To purchase God’s Little Explorers, you can visit Stacie’s website. This digital curriculum is only $20, which is a tremendous bargain for a complete 28-week preschool lesson plan system.
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