Keeping Up With My Little Learner

Keeping with My Preschooler's Learning | Nurturedmama.netMy little one, though not yet old enough for formal preschool, is so excited about learning. She knows all of her letters, can count up to 10 (though not yet in order!) and loves to point out colors all around her. Just a couple of days ago I heard her make the connection that combinations of letters make words. Her very favorite place to go with me is the library and her room is positively strewn with books. Her favorite word is "Why," and she really listens to how we answer her.I'm not worried about her being prepared for kindergarten, which still seems an eternity away, but I am worried about keeping up with her quest for knowledge in any kind of organized way. And I'd love to find her some worksheets and activities that are appropriate for her learning level and also fun.If you have an engaged learner like I do, have a preschooler who needs some extra support before they start kindergarten, or even if you just want to be actively involved in your child's learning journey, I think you will love this week's bundle from the eBook Emporium. Note: This post contains affiliate links. If you choose to purchase a product after clicking through a link I will make a small income from the sale, at no additional cost to you. This income helps to support this blog. Thank you!, 5 eBooks for $7.40!Whether you're looking for informal learning activities or more structured curricula, the collection includes inspiration for learning activities you can do at home with your preschooler, tons of great printables and an 80-minute audio recording to encourage you during these early years.Get all five of these ebooks for 80% off this week only:

The Preschool Journey is a hands-on preschool curriculum to help parents prepare their child for kindergarten. It includes 26 weeks of lesson plans and 50 pages of printables. In addition, Angela outlines the concepts that should be covered in preschool, along with a list of skills for these early age. The curriculum itself offers children opportunities to practice letters, shapes, measurement, graphing, fine and gross motor skills, art, sensory and social skills.

Sensory bins are a simple and inexpensive learning tool that can benefit all children. In Sensory Bins, Sharla offers an introduction to using sensory bins plus a how-to guide to get you started, including idea lists, storage and money saving tips, information on using sensory bins with children with sensory processing disorder, and helpful recipes.

In the Learning in Love: The Preschool Years audio recording, Renee shares her heart for the preschool years from the wisdom and experience of nearly fourteen years of mothering three children. She will equip you with a preschool curriculum that will not stress you out with its requirements but instead will build on your strengths and your children's interests. Learn to identify and focus on the most important aspects of these critical learning years and lay the foundation for a lifetime of learning.

Lauren's File Folder Games is a 12-game collection of educational activities for preschool through 2nd grade. The games included can be used as independent activities or one-on-one learning time to reinforce key concepts such as sight words and math facts and learn basic skills like color recognition and matching/sorting.

You Can Read! is a simple sight word program that Carisa developed for younger readers who are ready to learn words and reading skills but aren't ready for complex worksheets and activities. The printables are based on the Dolch Pre Primer & Primer Sight Word lists plus a few extras, for a total of 72 words plus printable sets for color and number words {1-10}, broken into 18 units to make learning sight words fun for young readers!The Preschool Learning bundle is only available through 8am EST on Monday, 9/16. Get yours today!, 5 eBooks for $7.40! 

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