We used Letter of the Week years ago with our homeschooled children, and I’m happy to say it’s still online, still free, and still relevant for homeschoolers today. Many of you recently discovered it in our archives here, so I thought I’d re-highlight it for those who are looking for a simple reading curriculum, with daily to-dos, for teaching babies, toddlers, and preschoolers.
The curriculum was created by a parent, homeschooling their own children.
Preparatory Curriculum is a 26-week curriculum created especially for toddlers, around 2-4 years old. Since little ones are busy and unpredictable (!), the curriculum is very adaptable to your child.
Letter of the Week is a 38-week curriculum for teaching preschoolers their alphabet and its sounds. This curriculum was created for children around ages 2-5. Scroll down on the Letter of the Week page, and you’ll see all of the letters of the alphabet. Click on one, “A” for example, and you’ll find poems, math suggestions, and even field trip suggestions – all related to the letter “A.” Also included are scheduling ideas.
Sound of the Week is a 36-week curriculum for Kindergarteners, around ages 3-6, to be started after Letter of the Week, or when your child is familiar with letter recognition. It was created for ages 3-6.
On the home page, you can view all of the baby, toddler, and curriculum lesson plans in the left sidebar, as well as lesson plans for elementary-grade students.