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Online Preschool Curriculum

Online Preschool Curriculum
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This is where it all begins. Your little one is about to begin their journey in education. Finding the right preschool curriculum is an important task. It will help your child begin to lay the foundation for all the learning that is to come, and help them discover the world around them.

If you’re doing research on a preschool education for your child, this page provides an overview of what your student should be learning, how to effectively homeschool a preschooler, and how Time4Learning’s online preschool curriculum can help them succeed and instill a love of learning early on.

What do Preschoolers Learn?

As the name implies, preschool is a time when students learn important skills before they start primary school. This year, students will learn basic concepts that they will build on in the years to come. A preschool curriculum  is typically made up of lots of playing and singing as students gain the important skills that will help them learn to read and write.

A preschool program should help your child learn the following:

  • Letters, numbers, shapes and colors
  • Coloring, drawing, sorting, cutting, and gluing
  • How to share, take turns, follow rules and instructions, respect their peers, and work together
  • Transitioning between preschool learning activities
  • The seasons, different kinds of weather, and days of the week
  • Different animals, their characteristics, and the sounds they make
  • The parts of a book

The Time4Learning preschool scope and sequence and preschool lesson plans pages can help you gain an understanding of what a complete preschool program should include.

Preschool Curriculum Overview

The Time4Learning online preschool curriculum is broken down into two levels. Additionally, there is a section dedicated to the alphabet that features tons of preschool learning activities for every letter. Every preschool learning activity is interactive and includes colorful videos, fun characters, and catchy songs that teach concepts in math, language arts, science, social studies, the arts, and more.

Finding a preschool program like Time4Learning that helps your child build a solid foundation and keeps them engaged and excited about learning is crucial. Below are some features to look for.

  • Provides an engaging, comprehensive curriculum that makes learning fun.
  • Teaches fundamental concepts in all the core subjects to help students meet learning objectives.
  • Offers flexibility and plenty of opportunity for students to practice and achieve mastery.
  • Offers a student-paced approach to learning so that students can progress at their own pace and repeat lessons if need be.
  • Includes activities that help students build important critical thinking and problem-solving skills.
  • Since homeschooling requirements vary by state, it’s important that you research your state’s homeschool laws to ensure the curriculum you choose meets those requirements.

How to Homeschool a Preschooler

This guide focuses on providing you with all the information you need on how to homeschool a preschooler. Below is a list of what’s included:

  • Steps to take to begin homeschooling
  • The best schedule for a preschooler
  • Subjects taught and learning objectives
  • Suggested books to help build literacy skills
  • Tips and ideas to help you have a fun, successful year

Learn more about How to Homeschool Preschool here.

Why Choose Time4Learning’s Preschool Homeschool Curriculum?

There are many reasons to choose the Time4Learning online preschool curriculum. From giving your child a solid foundation that will set the tone for the rest of their academic career to helping instill a love of learning, our preschool program offers a well-rounded education that motivates students to do their best.

Whether you use the Time4Learning secular preschool curriculum as your core program or as a supplement, below are some of the features and benefits you and your student will enjoy:

As a Full Curriculum
  • Comprehensive curriculum teaches math, language arts, science, social studies, and more.
  • Preschool curriculum is made up of two levels and one section dedicated to the alphabet.
  • Online format helps students develop computer literacy early on and promotes independence.
  • Detailed lesson plans provide information on each lesson and activity.
  • Automated record keeping makes it easy for parents to keep track of student progress.
  • Fun, educational playground rewards students after they have completed their lessons.
  • Preschool educational activities help build phonological awareness, vocabulary, and communication skills
As a Supplement
  • Adjustable grade levels help personalize student’s learning as well as allow them to work in different grades.
  • 24/7 access means students can log in after school or on weekends.
  • No contracts mean families can start, stop, or pause their membership at any time.
  • Student-paced format allows your child to take their time on more challenging concepts.
  • Students can redo lessons as many times as needed, whether for extra practice or further understanding.
  • Material is presented in a suggested sequence, however, students can skip lessons.
  • Low monthly fee is more affordable than pricey tutors and online format eliminates the need to drive to a learning center.

FAQ About Homeschooling Preschool

What age should my child start preschool?

Children typically start preschool when they are between three and five years old. Since children learn differently and develop at different times, it’s important to be flexible with your child and begin preschool when you feel it’s the right time.

What should my child know when going into preschool?

When going into preschool, it’s helpful but not necessary for students to have familiarity with some letters of the alphabet, a few colors and shapes, as well as the concept of numbers and counting. These are all general recommendations and not at all prerequisites.

What can I do to help my child be successful in preschool?

Communication is an important part of your child’s development and can have a big impact on how successful they are in preschool. Below are a few things you can do prior to beginning preschool:

  • Read to your child every day.
  • Show them pictures in books and tell them what things are called.
  • Ask them questions about the stories you read.
  • Teach them the importance of being a good friend.
  • Talk with them often as you do things around the house.
  • Count household objects together and teach them primary colors.
  • Encourage them to pick up their toys when they are done playing with them.

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  • ($14.95 monthly for each additional student)

9th - 12th

  • Monthly, per student
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