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Preschool is a beautiful time to teach your kids at home. It is so much fun and so do-able! You can bypass sending your kids off to preschool and do it at home with very few expenses. If you are trying to figure out how to do preschool at home with your kids, you have come to the right place! I have done a lot of research and have created the ULTIMATE List of FREE Preschool Curriculum Resources from around the web. I also have a free preschool planning guide that you can download to help you along the way. Try can also read my post on How to Homeschool Preschool to make it all easier!
Before you get started, I have a Letter of the Week Preschool series I am working on! The Letter A printable preschool pack is and always will be FREE! Check it out! My preschool letter posts also include crafts, snacks and booklists.
My 5 Favorite FREE Preschool Curriculum Sets:
(Disclaimer: these were all free when this was written. I have no control over the changes made on other sites).
We have used a few different sets with my kids over the years, and I get asked all the time what my favorites are. So, I want to share with you the ones we have loved most!
- This Reading Mama has a full Free Preschool Curriculum focused on the alphabet and reading. You can purchase a bundle or get it free lesson by lesson.
- 1+1+1=1 has a huge section of free printable preschool lessons organized by alphabet. She also has a subscription plan you can purchase for her Raising Rockstars Preschool
- Confessions of a Homeschooler is one that I have used with my own kids in the past. She has a Letter of the Week curriculum that is lots of fun! You can buy it bundled or get free weekly plans.
- 3 Dinosaurs has an unbelievable amount of free printable resources. She has her Romping & Roaring ABC packs all for free and many other great things! They are free letter by letter, or you can buy the complete packs to save yourself time.
- Homeschool Printables (by Spell Out Loud) has complete lessons and themes for each letter of the Alphabet.
I have created a FREE Preschool Planning Guide with daily, weekly & monthly planning sheets. Subscribe now to get access to that & my other Free printables in my subscriber library!
Royal Baloo has her Zoomin Moving Alphabet curriculum that is all based on transportation!
Progressive Phonics is a website that has a complete free phonics reading program starting with the ABC’s
Happy and Blessed Home has free printables and lesson units to go with each letter. Tons of great ideas there!
Little Family Fun has a Preschool at Home Plan with monthly themes. She has lots of fun crafts and ideas!
Homeschool Creations is a site I use a lot for free teaching printables and resources. She has a huge amount of stuff for early learners as well as a weekly preschool link-up.
Cornerstone Confessions has a full preschool curriculum called Encompass. You can buy it in a bundle or see it linked week-by week on her site.
All In One Homeschool has lesson plans for free for ALL grades, including preschool!
Letter of the Week Preschool Curriculum is another great site with full plans and ideas for preschool. They have great scheduling tips, too.
Mud Hut Mama has a weekly plan for teaching preschool at home. She has shared her plan and activities on her site. She has plans for different ages, too.
Kinderplans has full lesson plans and themes for preschool-kindergarten aged kids.
Our Preschool Homeschool Blog is a blog dedicated to preschool planning ideas and lessons. There is a whole 26 week outline of lessons on there plus book lists and many other great ideas!
Confessions of a Slacker Mom has a free LDS Preschool/Tot School Alphabet curriculum called Walk Beside Me. We used some of hers with my daughter & loved it!
Motherhood on a Dime has her God’s Little Explorers curriculum. You can get a free version, or an enhanced version for a small price. I love this one!
Preschool Post has free weekly alphabet lessons for a Christian Preschool curriculum. There are free printables and lots of great ideas to enhance each lesson!
ABC Jesus Loves Me is a site with free Christian preschool lesson plans. They are organized by ages and there is a different 36 week plan for ages 2-5.
Kids Learning Station is a site full of free preschool and Kindergarten printables and crafts.
Don’t forget to grab a copy of the Preschool Planning Guide! It is in my subscriber library.
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
Living and Learning at Home has a Free Preschool science pack that I just love! Also, check out all the other fabulous free preschool printables and ideas on her site!
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
A few other great sites with TONS of free worksheets to print:
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Did I miss your favorite?? Share it in the comments below.
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Cassie @ 3Dinosaurs.com says
Thanks for including 3 Dinosaurs in your round up!
Jody @ Mud Hut Mama says
What an enormous and comprehensive list! Thank you so much for including us!!
Lauren at Mama's Learning Corner says
Thank you so much for including my calendar printables, Karyn!! I’ll have a set for the new year coming out in late April/Early May.
This is an EXCELLENT list!
Great list! Thanks for including my resources!
Hubbard’s Cupboard is a good site too- I’ve referenced it a lot!
Joan Harrington says
Very beneficial information for preschoolers 🙂 Thanks for sharing!
Jennifer | The Deliberate Mom says
Wow! What a wonderful collection.
I’ll be starting preschool curriculum with my youngest next September. There are a lot of fabulous resources here! I can’t thank you enough.
Wishing you a lovely day.
Samantha @ Stir the Wonder says
wow! So many great preschool ideas to choose from! I didn’t see Wee Folk Art Homeschool Companion Guides for Preschool/Kindergarten. They are wonderful!
Samantha @ Stir the Wonder says
opps I meant to leave a link for you http://weefolkart.com/content/how-use-homeschool-companion-pre-schoolkindergarten-seasonal-series
Sarah @ My Joy-Filled Life says
Great list Karyn and perfect timing for me; I’m going to start doing a bit more ‘formal’ preschool with my twins, so this will give me some great resources to choose from.
Another one! 🙂 http://www.walkingbytheway.com/blog/read-to-me-abc/
Becky Spence says
Thank you for including our Preschool resources in your list!! 🙂 Have a blessed day.
Lynn B says
Thank you for such a great list. I am just starting to look for ideas for my daughter and I am very excited to try out some of the ideas I found. Mud hut mama and Little family fun really had great ideas that I think will work good for your family. Thanks for passing on the info!!
This is a great list! Once we have our blog up we’ll make sure to link to it too.
I just started a company that provides free stories and lessons on character topics like like gratitude, respect and empathy.
Hello. All and good afternoon I decided to homeschool my daughter whom is 4 years for Pre-K before she starts kindergarten next year but I am new to this and would really like some suggestions what sites to go to to get her ready for kindergarten thank you very much
Good morning, I want to download the letter of the week curriculum. I just want to be sure it includes numbers letters, math, shapes etc. plus the lesson plans.
Karyn Tripp says
It’s been a really long time since I have used it. I would suggest clicking through & asking the author! 🙂 best of luck!
Lisa Fetty says
Get Download Now button is not working 🙁
Karyn Tripp says
Thanks for letting me know & SORRY! I have updated.
I am a grandmother to four grandchildren. My daughter is planning on homeschooling her son who is a little over three years old at the present. I thought your web page was interesting, and I could help her somewhat. I am a high school science teacher, so I do have a background in teaching since I have been doing it for 20+ years. My daughter did have her son in a local preschool, but they felt he was not ready to sit and listen. I agree with them because most three year old boys do not want to sit still. They are a “doing” it bunch. Hope you have a wonderful day.
Also subscribe to you, but did not know how to send you an introduction because the email you had on the page does not work.
Barbara Davis says
Hi, today we had another trial day. I’m getting ready for homeschool. I had trouble filling time (shooting for a 3-hr school day). Let me know what you think:
30 min Stories and Songs
30 min. making bread dough, kneading, and forming buns, set aside to rise for tomorrow
30 min painting / while others were doing water play
30 min. outdoor structured game
1 hr: chaos and yelling and SOO MUCH ENERGY! (4 boys, 5 and under)