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Found 14 results

  1. Anyone else planning for prek? I have a 4 yr old, just starting at home. He did preschool this past year and I know he knows a bunch of stuff, but he hates letting me on to it, so it's kind of guess work figuring out where he's at. AAR pre-reading Natural Math, Preschool Math, MEP reception, Singapore K-B (the whole need to figure out where he is!) BFSU with older brother Torchlight Pre-K Kumon handwriting tracing
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    Story of the World Pre-K?

    I really like what I've read about Story of the World. Does anyone know if 4 years old is too young to get started?
  3. Anything? DD will be 4 in September. She knows a lot of the preschool stuff already but isn't ready for K stuff yet maturity and attention span wise. She knows all the capital and lowercase letters and their primary sounds, can count to about 16 (rote and objects), can add objects, knows colors, shapes, can sort by size and weight, has an extensive vocabulary, decent fine motor skills, can write her name,... I like the organized layout of LHTH but I don't want her to be bored with "school". I want this to be a good "intro to school year" that's fun... but I'd like to know she was going to learn something new. Any suggestions? (Oh and I know there are many free resources however, I don't do very well with those and end up quitting about 2 weeks in because I get distracted... I have ADD and I need as few moving parts as possible). Thanks in advance :-)
  4. Last year, I bought a bunch toys for my toddler to do while I was doing school with my K'er and 3rd grader. This year, he's definitely feeling the burn of not being old enough to do school with us. He's played with absolutely everything I have for him, he watches Sesame Street or does PBS Kids or Starfall on the computer, and then plays with the toys (trains) in the family room and then all the stuff in his own room. I would like to, at least, switch out some of the activities in his bins (6). He is about 3 1/2. What other PreK-type activities can I get for him to re-introduce some novelty? He already has bins with: Melissa & Doug Magnetic dress up guy Melissa & Doug Large Beads Melissa & Doug Felt Sandwich kit Colored fruits with tongs and colored bowls Dot paints & Alphabet pages Lacing Cards PreK board puzzles Paper & Crayons Books Can't do: Play dough (too many incidents)Other toys temporarily removed due to problems getting them put away: Mega blocks Wooden blocks I'm also waiting until next year to get him a subscription to Kiwi Crate.
  5. I've wrestled with posting here (and in which forum), but I really would like to receive advice. :) My son is 4y2mo. I believe he is gifted (but not profoundly gifted). The plan is to send him to public school for K in Fall 2014. We can't afford private and husband is opposed to HS'ing. I am weighing options (essentially local school, montessori charter, K in a nearby school that offers foreign language immersion starting in 1st). Our local school district doesn't have a gifted program until 3rd. But to come to the point, I'm trying to figure out what to try and teach him in the year before he goes, and that's what I want advice on. I don't think of myself as a tiger mom, but I do want him to do the best he can, and also give him the best foundation I can. My MIL seems to feel he will already be bored to tears in K with the implication, stop teaching him now. I think because I was terrified of the school teaching him to read, I began that process maybe 2 months before his fourth birthday. He is through the first 3 sets of regular BoB books and the K and 1st grade sight word sets; he is now reading Elephant & Piggie and Little Bear, for example, though not independently (he reads aloud to me and might need help with 2-5 words per story). My plan for the upcoming year is to advance his reading as much as I can through read alouds, independent reading, some phonics; introduce critical thinking with logic books and such; and introduce science, mainly as a way to introduce critical thinking / scientific method as opposed to background knowledge. I also feel like I should do math mainly for the reason that he not pick up an attitude of "I'm not good at it" from PS. I think he already is close to achieving K math standards already. When he turns 5, I also hope to get him piano lessons. Everything else will be playing, play dates, active gross motor extracurriculars (we have done swimming, gymnastics, dance this past year, signed up for soccer next), unstructured art & music. As might be expected, he is fairly awful at sitting still and handwriting. What I really want is to give him confidence and (inner) motivation to achieve heading into PS...and something to prevent PS from killing the joy of learning, without killing it myself. I also wonder to myself whether I can train him to be more "well behaved" (sitting still, listening, attention span, executive function) from a teacher's perspective without killing his amazing little spirit. Will my choices help or hurt? Any suggestions? And what can I do to help prevent complete boredom and hating school once he goes? Anybody's thoughts on any aspect of this are welcome. Debi
  6. My oldest always complains that younger one is having more fun "doing" school because last year to keep the youngest out of trouble I bought one of those Preschool workbooks from Walgreens. I guess my Kinderone thought that it was more fun than what she was doing. Last year my kinderone did: Cursive first (some, we did it slow...) Epikardia (kinder/1st grade) which included: Bible, History (ancients, though it is a world history in a yr curriculum), Science (she has samples online if you want to see it) Math-u-see Primer SWR Both did the phonograms of SWR, both did calendar, Bible, Aesop, Bible memory, and Science activity together. But when we broke circle time for me to work with kinderone with MUS, or Writing I would give litte one his workbook (couple pages at the time, usually a letter, then coloring activity, or cutting activity) then the older would look longinly and say I wish I were in PreSchool. How do I keep the 4/5 yr old doing level school (happens to be colorful and fun) while 6/7 yr old has to do MUS, SWR, MOH, etc.? They will do SWR drill together, oldest will do dictation, younger will practice writing. We will do Mystery of History together, and whatever reading will be together, BIblie will be together. We will be using 106 days of creation for Science, my hope is to do it together, but required more of the oldest, and youngest may join if wants to. Will try to do some spanish worksheets for both of them I don't know what to do for art. Last year we used a few famous paintings and looked at them and color them like Renoir, VanGogh. Not a formal artist study, Music, the oldest is follwoing an old piano primer. mostly playing by ear. My youngest will do Pathway readers (first steps), for math, I don't know yet, He wants to read so badly! For him I need to know what order of sports I should put him in.... I have no clue! help anyone here (fall?what sport?, etc) my oldest will have extra things like chess, and free reading (this kids loves to read), considering ballet. anyone encounter similar problems? green eye mosnter of jeoulsy I guess. I wanted to make the oldest school a little more fun, any ideas to incorporate "fun" yet not time wasting things to do? I guess it is a little more than me putting the foot down and say, you gotta do your school! I would like for her school experience not to be a constant fight... with her, I even stoped school since she was way ahead, she taught herself to write from similar books that I would get from Dollar store when she was 3. Is it that she is soooo bored with what I am presenting.... we chose MUS as it is worksheetlike, she can color...she loves to draw and color....she can draw quite well. I am wondering if she is doing school well below her capabilities and hence she is so bored. but how do I find that out. I know what I have not taught her, for instance, We didn't finish her Math Primer, do we jump to alpha (the next level in MUS) or finish the book? Many many questions... for this board, though, my main concern is to know if anyone had similar problems when teaching together a preK and a 1st grader.
  7. Hi there! Ok, so I know that this is a question that has no right answer, because everyone's philosophy on reading is different and everyone's child is different. But I find myself freaking out over how not-far we are in OPGTR and how not proficient in reading dd is after half a year of K4, and I need someone to talk me down off the "I suck at this" ledge! :) My dd is nearly 5 and we've been doing K4 this year. We are just getting into the "beginning consonant blends" section of OPGTR. Dd usually does really well as long as we're going slow and she can sound out slowly, but she's still needing to sound out - only rarely looking at words and being able to read them without having to go "ffffffff...iiiiiiiiii....xxxxx. Fix!" Things she's seen often, like "cat" and "mom" and stuff like that, she can read without sounding out. Sight words like "the" too. I have tried to work with her on stringing all the sounds together without a space in between, but she still breaks them up. (I feel like I'm nagging if I keep pressing the issue.) I worry that i's starting to become a problem now that we're getting into longer words, because once in a while she will mentally reverse sounds or leave off the first sound. (i.e. "hhhhh...oooo....pppp. Op!") Sometimes she just guesses. Sometimes she accidentally starts with the letter on the right, then can't let it go and start from the left. (Like for "pat" - "ttttttt...." "Where do we start?" "ppppp...aaaaa...tttt. Tap!") I haven't had material for her to read that's exactly scintillating - we've mostly just been reading the practice sentences and short stories in OPGTR, and she finds them boring. (She actually groans most of the time when I bring out the book. Not a good sign.) I just ordered a couple of the reading books from AAR, so I'm hoping that will inject some fun and motivation into our tooth-pulling reading lessons. I guess my question and my worry is - are we doing ok? Are these just normal struggles? Are we at a "normal" place? I was an early, easy reader, and incremental progress is a hard concept to wrap my head around. I'm trying to get more comfortable with it, but then I worry that I'm getting too comfortable, KWIM? TY!
  8. (On another note...) Does anyone know if there are Do-A-Dot printables for download online. I want to see what's available before I buy any of the books and I haven't found much of anything yet.
  9. I'm thinking of using it for my almost four and five year olds this year. I love that it's literature based. Probably start with Volume 1. Anyone used it and liked it? Or hated it?
  10. What activities work for your 2-3 yr old boys? what websites, blogs, printouts? I would like to do some guided play. the kids know how to count, recognize the letters, their sounds. of course motor skills are not there. Coloring is not that interesting so far. well, not on paper that is. I trully thought of chalkboard painting a door. puzzles are welcomed as it is chasing the girls around with foam noodles. loves trains, singing. I guess I would like to have a routine down for the day, maybe that is what I need more than a curriculum. What routines work for your little ones? Thanks
  11. I'm wondering if anyone has used the book, Teaching the Fun of Science to Young Learners? I'm looking to do more with my just-turned-four yo. I'm finishing up RSO Life with my DD7 but I'd like to do something just with him, more his speed. I'm not sold on Mudpies to Magnets because I can't take a look at the actual book.
  12. has anyone every downloaded the curriculum and done it with their child? http://confessionsofahomeschooler.blogspot.com/2010/07/letter-of-week-curriculum.html if so what age did you start? anyone not like it? does it require alot of laminating? i don't own a laminator so i was wondering about this thanks in advance
  13. I decided to start my PreK'er on Getty-Dubay instead of D'Naelien which my 1st grader is on. I guess I like both manuscript styles and I thought Getty-Dubay might be a good fit for a boy. Anyway, I got the A book but does anyone know of (preferably free) resources for printables or large letter templates or something in this font so I can familiarize him with the letters in this particular font. He already knows the letters and sounds but I want him to continue seeing and working with letters in Getty-Dubay.
  14. Teach Me Joy The link is for their cursive program then you can navigate to see their 2-3yo program and their K3-K5 program. It says the K5-1st program will be available this summer. K5 uses Sinagpore Math. Having a sale right now as well and the price is right!
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