Favorite PreK Homeschool Printables & Resources – Pt. 1

Happy New Year, everyone! Welcome to 2019.

Our homeschool journey is seriously getting underway with the New Year. I feel like I’m having to start everything from scratch. Homeschool is not a familiar concept to me. I don’t recall knowing anyone who was homeschooled, and I feel like I’m making it up as I go. I want Greyson’s schooling to also have elements of Montessori education in it, especially this early on.

Greyson is almost 2.5 years old now, and I’d say we’ve done a good bit of Montessori style learning so far, just not consistently. Consistency is one of my “word of the year” words for 2019, so I plan to be more consistent with our schooling agenda from here on out. Greyson is already really smart, now it is time to hone in one particular concepts, continuing to play and learn at the same time. Mama becomes more structured with teaching, little one has fun through it all. It’s a win-win!

We don’t have infinite money, so I’m always searching for free homeschool printables and resources online. I’ve even started to make some resources that I’ll be sharing later for free, as well. In the spirit of sharing knowledge and resources, I’ll be creating posts with lists of resources (free and paid) that we’ve tried, and I’ll include how we like them. Let’s get started now!

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PreK Homeschool Printables & Resources

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1000 Books Before Kindergarten

1000 Books Before Kindergarten is a program who has a mission of promoting reading to kids aged Newborn to Toddler. Many people think that reading should start at Kindergarten, but children actually learn so much from hearing reading and sharing stories with them early in life. Hearing more words, and thus stories, is associated with being able to read better throughout a person’s entire life.

We checked out our first backpack of 10 books from our local library and we have already started reading them. My goal is to check out a new backpack every week. We’ll keep you posted each time we check out a new backpack of books!

free homeschool printable shapes

Free Shapes Printable

This simple shapes printable has a few sheets made for matching. I printed this one with 6 different shapes with their name typed on them. I printed 2 sheets, laminated them, and cut the shapes out of one sheet so that Greyson could match them up with the shapes on the other sheet.

free homeschool printable do a dot alphabet abcs

Free Do A Dot Alphabet Printables

Do A Dot is a fun way to get kids play with different shapes and letters. I don’t think Greyson can benefit from Do A Dot worksheets, yet, but I love the Do A Dot style alphabet sheets. This free Do-A Dot ABCs download by Life With Peanut (previously Tot Tot Goose) on Teachers Pay Teachers. I printed and laminated the sheets so that they’ll last a long time. Greyson can fill in the dots, tracing the shapes of the letters in the process, erase it, and then start again! You can purchase the Do A Dot Markers here.

Free Pre-Primer Dolch Sight Words

I created my first free printable, y’all! I wanted really large and plain (no colors or pictures) sight word flashcard printables, but couldn’t find them. Thus, I made them myself! The Pre-Primer set is FREE, and the cost for the other sets is low since it is a printable that you can create your own cards with.

Download the Free Pre-Primer Sight Words Flash Cards now!

Join us to learn & share more!

We have a Facebook group called TGE Kids Book & Homeschool Club where you can join us to share your favorite resources and learn about others that we find. We hope to see you there!

xoxo Mamas, Papas, and Tiny Earthling caregivers,

Greyson’s Mom, Addie



3 thoughts on “Favorite PreK Homeschool Printables & Resources – Pt. 1”

  • Wow! Lots of good info! I used to teach high school, and Teachers Pay Teachers was a super helpful resource!
    I also love that you’re encouraging so much reading… we have been reading to my son since the very beginning, and now at almost a year, he spends so much time just looking through his books and bringing them to me to read. I cannot wait to see his love for literature grow!
    Awesome printable and can’t wait to see you and your little continue on your homeschooling journey.

  • That marker is genius!! I’m going to need to get a few of those for sure. Also, loooove the backpack idea, what a cool program! We used to check out STACKS of books from our local library haha, but we just recently moved, and haven’t been able to get our hands on a library card yet. Definitely putting that at the top of my to-do list now, haha

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