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20 Toddler, Preschool and Kindergarten Curricula You'll

I see a lot of questions in the Homeschool Blogosphere on Facebook regarding where to find/purchase Toddler, Preschool and Kindergarten curricula.

Not because the little ones need intense schooling, but usually so that moms can get their kids acclimated to a steady homeschooling schedule and/or have pre-planned activities for intentional learning time at home before sending them off to school. I have compiled the resources I know of in this post. As I own many of these, I am pleased to endorse the following:

1. God’s Little Explorers ($17) by Stacie Nelson from Motherhood On A Dime.

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Description from the site:

There are four main parts to the program:

1)  Bible Adventure:  This is the time to read the Bible story, sing any recommended songs, and do a related craft or project.
2)  Theme Adventure:  During this time, we explore the theme with crafts, science projects, cooking projects, and so forth.
3)  ABC & 123:  This time specifically introduces an alphabet letter.  We also explore colors, shapes, and numbers during the year.
4)  Life Skills:  Preparing a preschooler for life is much more than teaching them the ABCs!  Each week, we review various self-help skills, learn to complete chores correctly, practice manners, and do a service project.

There are also ideas for a Hymn Study, Artist Study, Busy Bags, Sensory bins and more! I wanted to do something so similar to this, I decided to shelf my idea and go with Stacie’s curriculum. I will be using this as my main curriculum when I officially start preschool with my older daughter. You can use this with kids age 3 – 5 year old.

2. Letter of the Week ($15) by Erica from Confessions Of A Homeschooler.

LOTWBinder-258x300Description from the site:

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A- Z Weekly Lesson Plans
Weekly Bible Verse
Read aloud books
Phonics practice
Capital/lowercase letter recognition
1-10 Numbers recognition
Counting practice
Fine Motor skills:
 Lacing cards, cutting, coloring & pre-writing
Logic skills: Puzzles, size sorting, matching games
Large Muscle Movement: Large Floor Numbers/Letters Hopscotch
Singing: Leapfrog A-Z letter sound songs, Bible Verse Songs
Arts & Crafts for each letter
Daily Calendar and Weather Activities
NEW!! Spanish
 Word Flashcards for each letter!


I am completely in love with all the printables included in this Letter of the Week (LoTW) curriculum. I’ll be using them to supplement the God’s Little Explorers ABC/123 lessons so that my daughter can get more letter practice in. The Spanish flashcards are a nice touch, too, since we’ll be doing both Spanish and Chinese in our homeschool.

If you like this curriculum, but have an older child, you may want to consider Erica’s K4 lessons, which I’ll also be using after we’re done with LoTW. She also has great GeographyHistoryScientistArtistComposer and Literature lessons, as well as beautiful Planners for mom!

3. Homeschooling Torah (Membership Site) by Kraig & Anne Elliott from Foundations Press.

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Description from the site:

ATTENTION: Are you looking for a complete package curriculum that is written specifically for Torah-observant families?

Join Today and Receive Your Entire Curriculum Plus Valuable Bonuses

Especially designed to help our fellow homeschoolers teach their children from Scripture, with tools they can just pick up and use each day….

From: Kraig and Anne Elliott, curriculum authors and owners of Foundations Press
RE: A special offer exclusively for Torah-observant homeschoolers

Dear Fellow Parent,

We’ve talked to many Torah-observant and Messianic families recently who homeschool with Christian or secular curriculum — but they’re frustrated. They may have many books and lesson plans on their shelves — but their days are filled with tweaking, fixing, and adapting. Finances are tight. Time is even tighter.

If this sounds like you, my husband and I would like to help you change that!

We are offering something new.

We’d like to give you an affordable plan for teaching one child or many, using the entire Scriptures as your foundation and primary textbook.

Your Membership will include…

 When you become a member, you’ll get immediate access to our website so you can start using the first month of your curriculum.
 All lesson plans and worksheets are available as PDF downloads that you can print, or you can simply view them on your computer, laptop, Kindle, tablet, or other device. We even offer technical help when you need it!

Membership includes all this, PLUS…

 You’ll receive a planning email each Saturday evening, which will include helpful links to your new curriculum for the coming week.
 Plus, you’ll receive weekly tips for upcoming biblical holidays, ideas for teaching the week’s Torah portion, and Scriptural encouragement for your marriage and parenting.

Plus all members get BONUSES…

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This is truly something unique. I’ve never seen a curriculum written from a Messianic Jewish perspective! Anne Elliott has a publishing company called Foundations Press and they are dedicated to helping homeschooling families use the Bible as their primary textbook. Knowing how important that is for so many of us, Foundations Press has lots of ebooks full of encouragement, including a fully laid out year-by-year curriculum suggestion list called Just Tell Me What to Order! Can you relate? 🙂

But, you can find a lot of Anne’s suggestions and her own curriculum weaved into this Membership site. She’s made it even easier for you to have everything you need to have a Bible-based homeschool curriculum at your fingertips.  I’m really impressed with everything this site offers, and it goes all the way from K-8!

4. Animal ABCs ($10) by Carissa from 1+1+1=1.


Description from the site:

What is it? Animal ABCs is a fun way to take your toddler or preschooler through the alphabet while learning about animals along the way.  Each letter features one animal that emphasizes the sound of the letter.
What Ages? Approximately 2-4 years, my daughter started using it at 32 months, here is our first post.
What is Included? Full size display letters, full size blank letters and animals to cut for craft, package of printable extras for each letter, all flashcards, all extra additions {so far Dot Fun and Play Dough Mats have been added!}.  Once you purchase, you have access to a private page and you can come back and download anything new I add!


5. Raising Rock Stars – Preschool ($10) by Carissa from 1+1+1=1.

Description from the site:


If you like RRSP, but have older children, consider using Raising Rock Stars KINDERGARTEN.

6. You Can Read ($10) by Carissa from 1+1+1=1.


Description from the site:

You Can Read! is a simple sight word program I developed with younger readers in mind.  Children learn to read at different ages and some show the reading readiness signs at much younger ages than others.  These children are ready to learn words and reading skills, they just aren’t ready for complex worksheets and activities often available to children who are a bit older when they are learning.  I created this program for children who are showing reading readiness signs at a younger age, approximately ages 3-5.  Older children can use these printables and activities also, they were just created with a younger reader in mind!


I’m so excited about this one! I just got it today in fact. 🙂 I may be using this in conjunction with Erica’s K4 curriculum or as a stand alone. We’ll see. I need to explore it more.

7. ABCs for Godly Children (Girls only = $8 / Boys only = $8 / Both for $14 ) by Lindsey from Road to 31.

Description from the site:

The ABC’s For Godly Children is a comprehensive, Bible eCurriculum centered around teaching children ages 4-10 about the God they serve and how to have a heart like His.

By using each letter of the alphabet a Bible lesson is presented in an understandable and interactive format to teach core truths concerning the Gospel, Godly Character, and Biblical Manhood and Womanhood.  Your children will learn their ABC’s and a necessary Biblical foundation as they connect them through Scripture memorization, detailed lessons, simple crafts, and interactive song.

This curriculum is an easy add-on to any Kindergarten – 5th grade curriculum. It’s not activity-heavy, so it won’t overpower your main curriculum, but it’s appropriately doctrinally-heavy, so even once a week with review during the week will do. I can’t emphasize how important it is to teach our children Scripture. If you need help with that, this curriculum is for you!

8. Before Five in a Row ($35 without Literature Package) by the Lamberts from Five in a Row.

before-fiar-book-coverDescription from the site:

Dedicated to protecting and nurturing the early years of childhood, Before Five in a Row opens up the world of learning through great books and creative play, and builds a solid foundation for more formal education to come.

This important product has two sections: the first presenting 23 Five in a Row-style mini-units (plus an extra mini-unit) based on outstanding children’s books for ages 2-4+. The second presents an entire treasury of learning readiness activities intended to be used in your every day life: things to do in the kitchen, at the store, at bedtime, bath time and more.


This is a literature-rich program, so you’ll want to purchase the Literature packages or make sure you look ahead at the lesson plans to see which books you’ll need to check out of the library. Each week you’ll “row” through one book and approach it from different perspectives each day. For example, you’ll read Blueberries for Sal for five days. On Monday you may focus on vocabulary and reading, Tuesday may be about History, Wednesday about Science and so forth. It’s a great way to use one book as a unit study.

Those with older children can use Five In A Row.

9. Rod & Staff Preschool ($34.95) by Rod & Staff Publishers from Milestone Books.


Description from the site:

(Preschool Ages 4-5) This set includes all the ABC series:

Plus the first books of the new Preschool GHI Series:

A-B-C Series
This series provides preparation material. Six workbooks give practice in coloring, cutting, pasting, and following directions while learning neatness and carefulness with books. The storybook gives auditory and oral practice for the child.

G-H-I Series
This series is being developed to extend the A-B-C series. When completed, it will provide six more books to help build a good scholastic foundation for the preschool child. This new series will use a specific geographic region as a theme for each book, giving the added advantage of teaching geographic awareness by association as well as an awareness of God as the Creator. The exercises are designed for the child to do with adult guidance.

Recommended Scheduling
The book Bible Pictures to Color contains 60 pictures to accompany the Bible Stories to Read storybook. Intersperse using these books during the whole school year as you are doing the other workbooks.

For the nine other workbooks (A and C-J), use them in alphabetical order. There are 64 pages in each book. To make the preschool program last for a typical school year, use about 3 pages per day of the workbooks, and a Bible story and picture every 3 days or so.

See Preschool for ages 3-4 HERE.

People like Rod & Staff’s very old-fashioned approach to teaching, including diagramming sentences. They are very no-frills and disciplined in their approach. If that appeals to you, you’ve found your dream curriculum!

One of the major advantages of using Rod & Staff is that they have several books and even full curricula translated into other MAJOR LANGUAGES. If I want to, I can get their entire K-8 curricula plus some extras exclusively in Spanish!

10. Homeschooling Toddlers and Preschoolers (FREE) by Sheri Graham from Sheri Graham.


Description from the site:

Fun ideas and links for 2-5 year olds!

Welcome to my Toddler & Preschool Fun Page! I have tried to include a lot of different things that would make learning fun for our little ones! Some of these things I have made up, some I have obtained from other sources. There are so many things we can do to make learning fun! Even our toddlers and preschoolers can be learning so much and not even realize it! Enjoy your precious children – they grow up and are gone before you know it! Make each day full of love and learning . . . and have fun!!!

A great list of activities to do with the young ones as well as a full 36-week curriculum, all completely FREE! Just scroll down for the .pdf of the lessons. For more ebooks on all different aspects of homeschooling, homemaking and even building a business online, click on the image above or GO HERE!

11. Reading the Alphabet ($12) by Becky from This Reading Mama.


Description from the site:

This curriculum is loosely based off a combination of the Montessori approach, Handwriting Without Tears, and word study.

Reading the Alphabet is a FREE Prek Reading Curriculum!  My primary focus is tri-fold: 1-to help the child build a deeper awareness of sounds within words (phonological & phonemic awareness), 2- to build knowledge about how print works, and 3-to introduce beginning sight words (using a combination of Fry’s first 100 and the Dolch Pre-Primer list).  My secondary focus is recognition and counting numbers 1-20 and fine motor skills such cutting, gluing, and writing.

While this program was designed with my preschooler in mind, it would also work well for special need students and students who are struggling as they begin to learn to read. 

Reading-the-Alphabet-Bonus-MaterialThe bundle includes over 1500 printables including:

    • 26  mini early emergent readers, perfect for those younger preschoolers and toddlers who desire to learn their ABC’s right alongside their older sibling.  Just cut out and staple together!
    • 5 extra long vowel emergent readers and picture cards {in color or black and white} that review sight words learned throughout the curriculum
    • printable sight word cards in color or black and white with directions on how to use them
    • blank 5-day lesson outline

This is an amazing deal! If you’re looking for that “in-between” curriculum for your preschooler turning Kinder, or your Kinder having trouble reading, this is it!

12. A to Z Toddler and Preschool Curriculum (FREE Sample A-D / Full A-Z = $10) by Kathy Hutto from CurrClick.


Description from the site:

This COMPLETE Toddler and Preschool Curriculum is designed especially for the home school parent. It is set up to cover one letter per week. In addition to a letter a week, it includes a weekly theme that starts with the letter of the week. The same color, shape, and number are worked on all month long. This curriculum begins in August and ends in May.  The lessons include ideas for teaching: Letter Skills, Numbers, Shapes, Color, Art, Music, Game Time, and Snack ideas. Every lesson also includes a simple scripture to memorize and a Bible story.  There are holiday lessons built in throughout at the appropriate places.  Most all of the items needed to implement the lessons are simply common household items, which makes this curriculum very budget friendly. Pick and choose the activities you like or do several each day to complete them all each week.

This resource also includes blank alphabet blackline masters for all of the letters of the alphabet.

This resource now includes printable lesson plans with all of the activities plugged in for you.

This E-Book is fully printable. It is in PDF, Adobe Format. In addition, the Contents page is interactive; meaning that you can click on a letter to be taken directly to that page versus having to scroll through the pages until you come to the lesson you desire.

Now this book comes in print!  No need to use up your printer’s ink.  Purchase this book already bound and ready for your school year!  It makes a GREAT GIFT for church Mother’s Day Out teachers, Daycare workers, or homeschooling moms with preschoolers.

I like how versatile this curriculum is. Even a Toddler Sunday school program can use it! I also really like the inclusion of Snack Time ideas. Using the five senses with this age group is so important and taste is often neglected.

13. Ambleside Online (FREE K-12)


Description from the site:

Ambleside Online is a curriculum guide and booklist designed to follow Charlotte Mason’s method of homeschooling. Each year/grade has a list of books to lay out what resources will need to be collected or purchased, and an optional weekly schedule based on a 36-week school year to break the resources into smaller increments to help with pacing the books throughout the year. There is no fee to use the curriculum or website. Parents may use as much or as little of the booklists and schedules as they like. Some families follow it exactly as laid out, most tweak it a little here and there to use books they already have, or because they prefer another resource over the one listed. And some use just the Picture Study, Composer Study, and other similar components.

This is a totally FREE K-12 curriculum. For those of you wanting to start a bit earlier with your toddlers/preschoolers, there’s a short Preschool Guide at

If you’re unfamiliar with the Charlotte Mason method of homeschooling, both the Ambleside Online and SimplyCharlotteMason sites have her books available for you to do your research.

14. ABC, I Believe (FREE A-D / Full A-Z = $12.95) from Danielle’s Place.

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Description from the site:

1. Each lesson in this curriculum is a thematic unit based on a letter of the alphabet, a different animal starting with each letter, and a basic Bible truth.

2. Each thematic unit in this curriculum is used for one week reinforcing the main Bible truth and integrating it into every study area through games and activities. Areas include: math, reading, writing, science, physical fitness, and more.

3. The Bible lessons and activities in this curriculum are great for children who have special needs, such as children with ADD, ADHD, or other learning disabilities because all areas of study are reinforced using active learning and lots of sensory stimulation. Children learn while having fun!

4. The lessons and activities in this curriculum were designed for children preschool through third grade. You can use the same lesson for all these levels. The games and activities are made so you can adapt them to your child’s needs and academic level.

Great lessons with tons of add-on activities. She also has a full page of Spanish lessons!

15. Easy Peasy (FREE K-12) by Lee from All in One Homeschool.

Easy Peasy

Description from the site:

This school is good for anyone who needs/wants to save money or time. As for money, the curriculum is free. The materials are online and free. You will need to purchase paper, etc., but it requires no books or major supplies. In this way it is also good for those living overseas who have limited means of access to English books, etc. As for time, this is a way for your children to work independently and to free you from planning. This is good if you have to work, have health issues, are in school yourself or are just busy with babies and toddlers. If you serve overseas, you don’t need to put your kids in school so that you can learn the language.

Your children will need access to a computer and the internet and to you! The children are often instructed to tell a parent or older sibling about what they just read. Be available or assign an older child to be available. Occasionally they may come to you and say they earned a high five or a hug. Please oblige! About once a week the kids also get a little something extra, just for fun, tucked into their school day.

This school is intended to be college preparatory. They will read challenging books and will always be reading something. Most of the books are chosen from the Robinson and Ambleside curricula. You can read the book lists and specific course descriptions on the individual course pages.

I have sought to make this curriculum comprehensive, but not intensive. The lessons are short, intended to keep the school day short. At one point I had three children doing school on one computer and they were able to take turns and finish before dinner without a problem. Also, children in the same age bracket (first through fourth -L- and fifth through eighth -M-) can work at the same time on half of their school day. My children spend their extra time reading, writing, exploring, experimenting, programming, drawing, creating, working, doing chores, helping others, etc. and PLAYING!

Start with Getting Ready Levels 1-2 for your 4-5 yr olds!

16. Brightly Beaming Resources (FREE Nursery – Age 8) by Katrina from Letter of the Week.

Letter of the Week Preschool Curriculum

Description from the site:

This curriculum has grown out of the experiences I have had in teaching my own preschool age children at home.  I would like to share what I have learned to help you, as you also strive to have enjoyable learning experiences with your preschool child.  I hope the ideas I share will help many children gain skills on the path to lifelong reading & learning.The basic idea for this curriculum is not original, there are many variations on teaching a letter a week to preschool children.  However, I have come up with my own variation and method of doing so.  These are my own ideas.  They work best with preschool children being taught one on one in the home.  As with any curriculum, you should adapt it to your own child and his or her needs.I feel it is very important that when teaching each letter you focus on only one sound at a time.  The letter A, for example, has many different sounds.  The first time the letter A is taught, I have chosen to focus on its short vowel sound.  While words such as airplane, acorn, and aerobics, start with the letter A, they do not focus on the short vowel sound.  Focus on one sound a week, and reading skills will come quickly for your child.  It truly does help!! Some children may begin to read on their own even before finishing all the letters.   Others will not, and that is okay too!  I know the time you spend with your child, as you learn each Letter of the Week, will create many happy memories and be a bonding experience for you both.  Enjoy the adventure of learning!

Actually, this site has activities for you to do with babies, toddlers and all the way up to 6-8 year olds! To understand more behind the philosophy of education represented here, read The Arts of a Balanced Home Education.

17. ABC Jesus Loves Me ($30) by Heidi from ABC Jesus Loves Me.

ABCJLM_2 Year Old Curriculum

Description from the site:

The 2 Year Curriculum focuses on themes with corresponding Bible stories.  Bible stories are supported with memory verses, songs, and finger plays, poems or nursery rhymes.  Academically, 2-year-olds is introduced to colors, shapes, counting to 10, and saying letters.  The child is also taught self-care and manners along with personal information.  A “Book of the Week” introduces your child to some of the best preschool books in print according to ABCJLM users and our family.

In the vertical menu you will find everything that you need to use the 2 Year Curriculum.  For extra ideas and suggestions, click on the “Extra Ideas” tab at top.

Objectives:  What the child will be introduced to by the end of the curriculum.

Weekly Lesson:  The curriculum are broken down into 36 weekly lessons.  Here you will see what objectives to cover, items needed to cover the objectives, and suggested activities to help the child learn the information.

Lists and Guides: In table form, these lists and guides allow you to see specific objectives covered in the entire curriculum.  These lists are specifically helpful if you are only focusing on specific objectives in the curriculum.

Using the Lesson Plans:  These two articles will help you navigate the weekly lesson plans and understand how to break the content into daily activities.

Extra Ideas:  In this section you read hints and important information as well as see a detailed supply list.

Below is the linked image to the 3-year old curriculum.

ABCJLM_3 Year Old Curriculum

You can order the curriculum appropriate for your child (up to 5 years old!) here on the ORDER page.

18. Pre-school Multi-Subject Packet ($285) from Sonlight.

Sonlight Curriculum Grade P3-4 Multi-Subject Package

Description from the site:

With P3/4 Multi-Subject Package, you receive:

Parent’s Companion

Homeschool with confidence knowing you’re giving your children just what they need at this age. Your Parent’s Companion helps you capitalize on teachable moments that naturally arise.

This guide doesn’t use a daily schedule like our other Core programs. We simply list the stories and activities by trimester and suggest you check them off as you enjoy them. If your children want to read one story several times in a row–go for it!

We want you to treasure your time reading and playing with your little ones. To that end, we also suggest an easy, creative activity to coordinate with most of the stories you read. This helps you extend your learning into daily life and play. Request a brief sample of the Parent’s Companion at

Read-Alouds and Bible

Show your children that reading is a joy! These timeless classics with rich illustrations provide springboards to learning. With 19 picture books featuring 280 stories (fiction and true) and 34 fairy and nursery tales, get ready to:

  • Recognize cadence and rhyme (and the value of perseverance) with an elephant who tries to hatch an egg.
  • Re-discover treasures you may remember from your own childhood, such as Mike Mulligan and His Steam ShovelBlueberries for Sal and Make Way for Ducklings.
  • Praise God for His delightful answer to a missionary’s prayer in Thailand.
  • Introduce your children to meaningful Bible stories that show God’s strength and love for us.

Games, Songs and Art Supplies

Feed your children’s desire to learn with two excellent games, a delightful CD and art supplies.

  • Watch their little brains develop as they form geometric patterns with Mighty Mind.
  • Build cognitive and motor skills with Teddy Mix and Match. (And watch out–they may even beat you at this visual memory game!)
  • Develop listening skills and an appreciation for music with 77 classic nursery rhymes and lullabies.

Spark a love to learn

I wish all children could enjoy a preschool program so full of rich stories, games and meaningful time with their parents. Enjoy this special gift you get to give your little ones.

Sonlight is a complete Preschool to High School curriculum publisher. They are Literature-rich, so you will do tons of reading with your kids. If you love that idea, (I sure do!), then you’ll want to start off on the right foot with the preschool curriculum.

Is it pricey? Yes. That is usually because of the inclusion of the books you’ll need to read. And the fact that some families prefer to have their own home library. If you have multiple children, a one-time purchase will go a long way. If you have just one child, or need to stick to a budget, you can offset some of the cost of the books by using the public library.

19. MFW Preschool 3-5 Yr Olds (Toddler = $69 / Preschool = $109) from My Father’s World.


Description from the site:

TODDLER PACKAGE (2-3 year olds):

A wonderful collection of safe, educational toys for two- and three-year-olds.

  • Enjoy learning Bible songs
  • Develop fine motor and visual discrimination skills
  • Introduce numbers 1 to 5
  • Develop concentration and attention span
  • Teach sorting by color and shape

PRESCHOOL PACKAGE (3-5 year olds):

Six Lauri educational toys for three- to five-year-olds that develop important readiness skills.

  • Learn 41 Bible verses through song
  • Introduce the alphabet
  • Teach numbers 1-10
  • Develop concentration and attention span
  • Teach shapes, sequencing, categorizing, and problem solving
  • Develop fine motor and visual discrimination skills
  • Encourage quiet play at home, at school, or while traveling on the road, while older siblings are busy with homeschool

I really like the combination of Biblical Worldview, Charlotte Mason, Classical and Unit Study philosophies represented in this very unique curriculum. Since I have plenty of toddler and preschool lessons already, I will be starting MFW with my oldest when she’s ready for the Kindergarten level.

20. Toddler Vowel Lessons (FREE) from Jasmine at (Ok, that’s me!)

As I was looking for educational activities for my own daughter, I compiled the ideas and ordered them by Letter and Theme. You can check them out here: Homeschool Curriculum for Toddlers.

If you like that, you’ll love my Tot School Pinterest Board:

ABC and Tot School Pin Board |

Not a curriculum, of course, but some moms don’t feel they need one. So, if all you want to do are some ABC worksheets and hands-on learning without having to follow a laid-out schedule, click on the image above. I also have separate boards for all subjects, such as Literacy, Science, etc — all on my Pinterest Board!

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Please note that this will be my LAST POST for a while. I am giving birth to baby#3 “Cookie Dough” any day now, and about 6 weeks afterward I’m getting ready for a big move across country. Say a prayer for us and I’ll be sure to return with more posts as soon as I can! 🙂


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7 Thoughts on “20 Toddler, Preschool and Kindergarten Curricula You’ll Love!”

  • What a comprehensive list. I’m not a fan of sight words, which puts most preschool/kinder programs out of the realm of things I like, but I’m amazed at the breadth and depth of the programs you collected!

    We LOVED Before 5 in a Row. While I designed my own preschool and kinder programs I needed help after I had my third baby and Before 5 in a Row provided just that for me.

  • BTW, Congrats on your newest baby. Enjoy those those first days/weeks. And yikes. You are one brave mama. Praying for a smooth move.

    • Thanks, Heather! Sorry to take so long to reply, but I was giving birth! =)
      I follow your blog via email. Thanks for all that you post!

  • Gosh, I can tell you put a lot of time and effort into this post and I really appreciate it! With a little girl that just turned 3, I can’t believe that I already need to start thinking about all of this and this list helps me a ton!

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