Preschool Mom is an awesome site with so many great free preschool printable activities and ideas!
Mr. Printables has some really cool fun preschool-aged things you can print for free!
2 Teaching Mommies has a huge amount of free printable preschool unit studies on her site. More than enough to fill a full preschool curriculum!
Living Montessori Now has LOADS of free and fun ideas for Montessori style preschool. I visit this site often for ideas.
Walking By the Way has lots of fun free preschool activities that you can print for free. She has some great busy-bag kinds of activities that we have used.
Counting Coconuts has LOADS of free things you can print and use for teaching preschool.
Montessori for Everyone has a ton of free printable resources for doing preschool in the Montessori style
123 Homeschool 4 Me has lots of free printables for preschool aged kids as well as tons of other preschool appropriate activities.
Tina’s Dynamic Homeschool has a great Greek Preschool Unit that fits right in with what the big kids are learning. She has some other amazing unit studies that can fit all ages, too!
Living and Learning at Home has lots of free printable preschool activities.
Mamas Learning Corner has a free Preschool Calendar Notebook set as well as many other great free worksheets.
Four Little Munchkins also has a large selection of different preschool pages and activities to print for free!
The Unlikely Homeschool has some fun ABC printables to make into a book.
Blue Manor Education has a free e-book of the month club for little ones.
Free Shape Identification activities from The Homeschool Classroom.
Susan’s Homeschool Blog shares a free webinar on creating a Routine for Young Children in Homeschool
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