Preschool 3 - Three Year Old Program (2022)

The Preschool Threes Program at World Academy is a year-round, full day program with the option to bring your child 2 to 5 days per week.The Preschool program is as diverse in scope as the children enrolled in the program. The program is geared towards helping each child develop habits of observation, questioning, listening, and an awareness of feelings. The curriculum focuses on the right of each child to express those feelings in a positive manner by channeling them into appropriate means of expression. Each child learns to make choices for him/herself and begins to develop an understanding of the world. An open-ended program such as ours prepares children to utilize their intellectual and creative abilities in future learning tasks and decisions. Each child learns at a different rate in a different way...but every day is a day of learning because the program is tailored to fit each child (not the other way around)!

The Preschool Threes Program is not just a wonderful preparation for Elementary School, it is a place where young children can meet and interact, feel safe away their families, while learning and having fun. Our school will stimulate your child's imagination and physical, social, emotional development, while providing excellent opportunities for intellectual exploration.

The classroom is composed of different activity centers that allow children to express themselves and freely explore the world around them. Activity centers are designed to provide maximum challenge and interest to each child’s body and mind. The teacher encourages activities that enable children to learn through both sensory and motor experiences, while the classroom setting enables this learning process through its basic set up. Emphasis in the Preschool Threes program is placed on refining gross motor skills, learning basic colors, shapes, numbers and beginning writing skills.

Some of the unique features of the World Academy Preschool Threes program are:

  • The program is tailored to fit each child - individual student plans are created for each
  • The program is designed to provide a sense of empowerment and independence, while encouraging respect for others
  • Children participate in Physical Education that focuses on activities designed to enhance gross-motor development for the age and a weekly Storytelling Enrichment class
  • Summer use of our onsite, in-ground wading pool
  • Exciting in-house field trips andto local places of interest are a part of the curriculum
  • Daily use of our well-planned, interesting and developmentally-appropriate playground exclusively for Preschool-aged students.
  • Fresh fruit available for breakfast daily, in addition to lunch and 2 tasty snacks are provided Monday through Thursday.
  • Flexible schedules in Preschool Threes- choose 2, 3, 4 or 5 days a week to attend with four different time options (full days only)

We love World Academy. Our 2 year old son is in his first year of the Toddler program. The teachers are so supportive and create a warm, happy environment. The focus truly is on the children. We love seeing him try new things, gaining confidence and having lots of fun. The facilities are beautiful.- Parent, World Academy


World Academy admits students of any race, color, national and ethnic origin, or gender, to all the rights, privileges, programs, and activities available at the school. The school does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national/ethnic origin, or gender in the administration of its educational or admissions policies. Students with disabilities will be accommodated to the extent of the services and resources available.

Since it is our goal to provide an enriched environment that will foster social, intellectual, physical and emotional growth for all of our children, we consider the aptitude and attitude of the student and the commitment of the parents to be integral to the admissions process.


Enrollment Policy

All families interested in a World Academy placement for their children may call and request a detailed tour of our school. While it isn’t a requirement that the student be present for the initial tour, it is encouraged, as we will need to meet the child before accepting him/her into our program. We also invite the student to visit and observe the classroom that the school selects as the best fit based on age, development and ability to be on target for appropriate future Kindergarten attendance. This will ensure the proper placement of your child in a program in which your child will flourish. Parents will be provided with an Ages and Stages Questionnaire on their tour which coincides with the chronological age of your child. This should be returned to school at the time of the student’s observation. After the visit, the school administration will be in contact with the parent to discuss the placement and review the next step in the enrollment process.



In order to finalize the enrollment process, the following forms and procedures must be completed and received 48 hours prior to a child starting in our program.

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  • Registration Form turned in with the non-refundable Registration Fee and any tuition that may be due.
  • A copy of the necessary records (transcripts, up-to-date physical and immunization forms and other pertinent health, educational and/or legal records) on file at school by the first day of class (mandated by the State of NH)
  • Emergency Contact Information Form
  • Child Developmental History Form
  • Activities Permission Form and Waiver
  • Child Precaution Form
  • Financial Agreement Form (This acknowledges full understanding of and agreement with school payment policies, financial obligations and school procedures.)
  • Appropriate Ages and Stages Questionnaire

Meet the Staff

Kathleen Nelson

Founder / President

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Dr. Lisa Dias

Head of School

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Angela Hehir

ECE Director

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Jessica Abramson

Preschool Threes Teacher

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Jill Murphy

Preschool Threes Teacher

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Danielle Reith

Preschool Threes Teacher

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Paula Jacobson

ECE Support Teacher / Preschool Threes Afternoon Teacher

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Jamie Kelley

Preschool Threes Teacher

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Erin King

Team Leader - Preschool Threes Teacher


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We couldn't be happier with the experience we have had at world Academy. Our children have grown in ways we couldn't have imagined. The teachers here are amazing, and my family has always felt supported by the school. We would recommend it to anyone! - Parent, World Academy


Our enrichment programs are an important feature of a World Academy Preschool Education and are based on the NH Early Learning Standards:


Children’s exposure to interactive media and technology are progressively supplementally becoming a part of the context of young children’s growth and development, and such, have an additional role in the developmentally appropriate framework. Technology tools assist early childhood programs in fostering and expanding effective practices, intentionally selecting software that improves creativity, as a tool to view critically and to make decisions, in addition to, performing research, observing and documenting. The specific tech elements utilized at this time in our ECE classrooms consist of an overhead projector attached to a laptop with internet access for re-learning, critical thinking, collaboration, problem solving, etc. Radios that support music, story/listening centers that are utilized daily and digital photo frames within each Preschool classroom to give feedback and individualization to the children.

Physical Education

The main goal of the Physical Education program for early childhood students at World Academy is to provide them with authentically planned structured activities to foster the development of their manipulative (gross motor) and locomotor skills. Activities that involve running, walking and skipping along with gross motor exercises such as catching and throwing are important components of our individualized program and child development, in general. All of the fundamental skills that the children work on during physical education classes are important building blocks for a healthy active future with skills based on good sportsmanship.

Storytelling Enrichment Class

Weekly Storytelling Enrichment classthat brings stories alive for students with creative play, singing, dancing, puppetry, and word/finger play to strengthen pre-reading and linguistic skills. Students are also introduced to different cultures and are taught breathing exercises through yoga and mindfulness.


Our Arts Program provides students with the opportunity to express themselves visually. Our program explores the elements of art including shape, form, line, space, color, value and texture. Through the year, using different media, students develop their critical thinking skills including decision making, problem solving, creative and evaluation skills. Art production skills are developed using a variety of two and three-dimensional medial. When applicable, art history knowledge and concepts from other disciplines are also incorporated into lessons.

Other educational enhancements of World Academy

  • Individualized Student Plans for each student
  • Guidance and articulation for continued student success and placement
  • Seamless curriculum coordination and multiple intelligences considerations for every ability level and through all grades
  • Community service incorporated into the curriculum
  • Field Trips to curriculum-related educationally stimulating locations
  • Various safety programs at different levels to support efforts to stay healthy and safe


Tuition Rate Schedule for New Families Effective 1/1/22

Monthly Tuition Rates

A 5% tuition discount is offered on the lower tuition for second and subsequent children in a family who enroll at World Academy.

  • $150 - Non-Refundable Registration Fee Due With Registration Paperwork
  • All programs include morning snack, lunch and afternoon snack (Mon-Thurs).
  • Fresh fruit is included for all students who attend prior to 8 AM.

Two Days

  • $8048:45am-5:00pm
  • $8248:45am-6:00pm
  • $8816:30am-5:00pm
  • $9076:30am-6:00pm
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Three Days

  • $1,0618:45am-5:00pm
  • $1,0878:45am-6:00pm
  • $1,1546:30am-5:00pm
  • $1,1796:30am-6:00pm

Four Days

  • $1,2678:45am-5:00pm
  • $1,3048:45am-6:00pm
  • $1,3706:30am-5:00pm
  • $1,4126:30am-6:00pm

Five Days

  • $1,3448:45am-5:00pm
  • $1,3758:45am-6:00pm
  • $1,4586:30am-5:00pm
  • $1,4946:30am-6:00pm




What should a 3 year old start learning? ›

3- to 4-Year-Old Development: Language Milestones

Speak 250 to 500 words. Answer simple questions. Speak in sentences of five to six words, and speak in complete sentences by age 4. Speak clearly, although they may not be fully comprehensible until age 4.

How do you qualify for free preschool in Michigan? ›

Who is Eligible for GSRP? Children in Michigan who are 4 by either September 1st or December 1st, depending on your local school district. Available for families who meet the income requirements. Check with your local ISD for details and how to apply.

Which school is best for 3 year old? ›

Best Pre-primary Schools in India:
  • Kidzee. This is Asia's largest preschool chain with a network of over 1500 centers in more than 550 cities. ...
  • Euro Kids. Founded in 2001, this well-known chain of preschools in India has more than 900 centers in 350 cities. ...
  • Kangaroo Kids. ...
  • Hello Kids. ...
  • Little Elly.
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Is Pre-K 3 free in NYC? ›

3-K for All provides free, full-day, high-quality early childhood education for three-year-olds. 3-K for the 2022-2023 school year is for children who were born in 2019 and live in New York City. The deadline to apply was April 14, 2022.

When should a child be potty trained? ›

Most children complete potty training by 36 months. The average length it takes kids to learn the process is about six months. Girls learn faster, usually completing toilet training two to three months before boys do.

Can you teach a 3 year old to read? ›

Develop your 3‑year‑old's phonological awareness using rhymes. Phonological awareness is an essential component of learning to read. It's the understanding that each letter has a sound. At the ages of 3 to 4, it's a great time to start building this important early reading skill with fun and simple rhyming games.

How much does preschool cost in Michigan? ›

The average private preschool tuition in Michigan is $5,254 per year (2022). The private preschool with the lowest tuition is St. John Ev. Lutheran School, with a tuition of $1,200.

Is preschool mandatory in Michigan? ›

Did you know that in Michigan, preschool and kindergarten aren't required?! Michigan law does not make school compulsory until age 6! A child who turns age 5 between January 1 and September 1 has the option to attend kindergarten, but enrollment is not mandatory in Michigan.

Does Michigan have public preschool? ›

The Great Start Readiness Program (GSRP) is Michigan's state-funded preschool Program for four-year-old children with factors which may place them at risk of educational failure. The program is administered by the Michigan Department of Education, Office of Great Start.

What is the right age for Grade 1? ›

School-Readiness Testing

Children usually start Grade 1 in the year in which they turn seven. Children who will be turning six during the year can start school if they are shown to be ready for school.

Is eurokids ICSE or CBSE? ›

EuroSchool provides ICSE and CBSE board education through its 11 co-educational campuses across Mumbai suburban (Thane and Navi Mumbai's Airoli), Bengaluru (Whitefield, North Campus and Chimney Hills), Pune (Undri and Wakad and West Wakad), Hyderabad (GachiBowli), Ahmedabad and Surat.

Should my child start school at 4 or 5? ›

Children can begin compulsory Kindergarten at the beginning of the school year if they turn five on or before 31st July in that year. All children must be enrolled in school by the time they turn six. For more information on school starting age in NSW click here.

When can a child start 3k in NYC? ›

Start thinking about pre-K programs when your child is enrolled in 3-K or another three-year-old preschool program, or when they are three years old. In New York City, children are eligible to apply to pre-K in the calendar year they turn four.

Is Pre-K mandatory in NY? ›

No. UPK is a voluntary program for both districts and children. Parents and/or caregivers may choose, but are not required, to enroll their child(ren) in a UPK program.

What age is Pre-K in New York? ›

All NYC families with four-year-old children can apply to pre-K programs. There is a pre-K seat for every four-year-old in New York City. This year, families with children born in 2018 can apply to pre-K and enter programs in fall 2022.

Is it normal for a 4 year old to not be potty trained? ›

The American Association of Pediatrics reports that kids who begin potty training at 18 months are generally not fully trained until age 4, while kids who begin training at age 2 are generally fully trained by age 3. Many kids will not master bowel movements on the toilet until well into their fourth year.

What is considered potty trained for preschool? ›

A potty trained child is a child who can do the following:

They must be able to say the words “I have to go potty” BEFORE they have to go. 2) Be able to pull down their underwear and pants and get them back up without assistance. 3) Be able to wipe themselves after using the toilet.

When should a toddler count to 10? ›

Though every child is different, most toddlers will be able to count to 10 by the time they are two-years-old. At this point in time they are probably repeating them mostly by memory and have yet to understand what they actually mean. This concept is known as “rote” counting.

How do I teach my 3 year old the alphabet? ›

Here are some fun ways to teach your preschooler recognition through play.
  1. Point Out Environmental Print. Print is all around us. ...
  2. Share Rhyming Books. ...
  3. Letter Hunt. ...
  4. Play with Plastic/Wooden Letters. ...
  5. Bake Letters. ...
  6. Form Letters with Familiar Materials. ...
  7. Form Letters with Unusual Materials. ...
  8. Go on a Scavenger Hunt.
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How do I teach my 3 year old to write? ›

Activities To Build Hand Strength for Writing

Make Letters With Playdough – squish, squeeze and form letters with this fun playdough activity. Glue Tracing Letters – squeezing glue bottles is hard and a great hand workout too. Playdough Bug Fossils – push the bug in and carefully peel it out.

What should I expect at age 3? ›

Your preschooler is starting to develop early writing skills and may be able to draw a circle or even a picture of a parent. Your child's gross motor skills are kicking into high gear. She may be able to catch a ball, and she is refining her throwing and kicking skills. By 3, your child can walk up and down steps.

How many hours a day is preschool? ›

Preschool programs provide care and education for young children between the ages of three (3) to five (5) . Preschool has been around since the 1950s when they were only half-day preschool programs. Nowadays it can last anywhere from 2-4 hours per day depending on what state you live in.

How much is daycare a week in Michigan? ›

A daycare center is about $370 a week, and rates can change depending on what city you live in and of course changes due to the pandemic.

How much is daycare a month in Michigan? ›

Michigan. Michigan is near the median for child care costs by state. Infant care in a child care facility costs an average of $905 every month, while the same care for a four-year-old would cost $741 per month.

Does Michigan require full day kindergarten? ›

Charles Brunner, D-Bay City, calls for full-day, mandatory kindergarten enrollment for 5-year-olds. Michigan law now makes school compulsory at age 6. A child who turns age 5 between Jan. 1 and Sept.

How old do you have to be to go to preschool in Michigan? ›

Michigan's Great Start Readiness preschool program requires kids to be 4 years old by Nov. 1 of the school year.

Is kindergarten in Michigan 2022 mandatory? ›

Is My Child Required to Attend Kindergarten? Enrollment in Kindergarten is not required in Michigan, but is strongly recommended.

How do you qualify for Gsrp in Michigan? ›

Eligibility for GSRP requires that family income is below 250% of the federal poverty guidelines with priority given to children based on family income. So the lower the family income, the better the chances for your child to be placed in Head Start or GSRP.

What should my child know before preschool? ›

Prior to preschool, teach your child his full name, his parents' names, and street name and number. She may even be ready to learn her phone number. Teach this by demonstrating how to dial the number on a toy phone and saying the numbers out loud. Encourage your child to do the same, providing prompts as needed.

Is kindergarten free in Michigan? ›

In the public school system, kindergarten is full day, five days a week, and is free for all eligible children. Michigan families can utilize resources from Build Up Michigan and Michigan Department of Education for transition information and to learn more about determining whether your child is ready for kindergarten.

How do I know if my child is ready for first grade? ›

What should a child know entering first grade?
  1. Adding and subtracting numbers up to 10.
  2. Counting the number of objects in a group.
  3. Grouping objects to break up numbers up to 10.
  4. Identifying people, places and things in a picture.
  5. Answering questions about a passage or story their teacher reads.
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What grade should a 4 year old be in? ›

(118.14(1)(a), specifies that children are eligible for kindergarten based on their age. To be eligible for 4-year-old kindergarten, a child must be 4 on or by September 1 of the school year. To be eligible for 5-year-old kindergarten, a child must be 5 on or by September 1 of the school year.

Can a child go to Grade 1 without going to grade R? ›

In a statement, the department said Grade R learners will not automatically be accepted to Grade 1 without application, even if they apply to the schools where they are enrolled.

Is EuroKids Recognised in India? ›

Mumbai (Maharashtra) [India] March 5 (ANI/PRNewswire): EuroKids International, one of India's leading education companies, is recognised as the Education Company of the Year at VCCircle Awards 2020. The award ceremony was held on February 27, 2020, at Trident, Nariman Point, Mumbai.

Who needs EFS in EuroKids? ›

EuroKids curriculum focuses on developing 'Executive Function Skills' (EFS) in children that are crucial for learning, development and positive behaviour. It integrates multiple representation, expression and engagement to focus on developing Executive Function Skills vital for the Next Gen learners.

Is it better for kids to start school early or later? ›

By Jordan Baker. A quarter of NSW children are starting school a year later than they are eligible, and the delay is helping them fare better in kindergarten than their younger peers, a landmark study has found.

Is it better to be oldest or youngest in class? ›

Children who start school at an older age do better than their younger classmates and have better odds of attending college and graduating from an elite institution. That's according to a new study from the National Bureau of Economic Research.

Is it better to delay kindergarten? ›

A new study on the mental health effects of kindergarten enrollment ages found strong evidence that a one-year delay dramatically improves a child's self-regulation abilities even into later childhood.

How high should a 3 year old count? ›

Most 3-year-olds can count to three and know the names of some of the numbers up to ten. Your child is also starting to recognize numbers from one to nine. He'll be quick to point it out if he receives fewer cookies than his playmate.

What should a child be able to do at 3? ›

Give your child plenty of time to play with friends and work on taking turns. Read to your child every day and ask questions about the stories. Sing simple songs together and play rhyming games. Suggest activities like coloring, drawing, and doing art with crayons, paper, tape, markers, and other supplies.

What should a 2 3 year old know educationally? ›

Find things even when they're hidden under two or three layers. Starting sorting shapes and colors. Complete sentences and rhymes in familiar books. Play simple make-believe games.

What is Einstein Syndrome? ›

Einstein syndrome is a condition where a child experiences late onset of language, or a late language emergence, but demonstrates giftedness in other areas of analytical thinking. A child with Einstein syndrome eventually speaks with no issues, but remains ahead of the curve in other areas.

What should a 3 year old know academically checklist? ›

Following are some academic milestones a three-year-old should be able to accomplish.
  • Say name and age.
  • Answer simple questions.
  • Recite the alphabet.
  • Identify basic shapes and colors.
  • Tell stories.
  • Count (to at least 10)
  • Know about 300-500 words as well as understand many others.

Should my 3 year old know the alphabet? ›

By age 2: Kids start recognizing some letters and can sing or say aloud the “ABC” song. By age 3: Kids may recognize about half the letters in the alphabet and start to connect letters to their sounds. (Like s makes the /s/ sound.) By age 4: Kids often know all the letters of the alphabet and their correct order.

Is my 3 year old gifted? ›

The range for average intelligence is 85 to 115, and children whose IQ scores are at least 130 are usually considered gifted. IQ scores higher than 150 are considered highly gifted. Sometimes an IQ score of 120 qualifies a child for a school district's gifted program, but even basic guidelines vary from state to state.

Is a 3 year old a toddler or preschooler? ›

Preschooler (3-5 years old) | CDC.

Where should a 3 year old be with speech? ›

A typical 2-year-old can say about 50 words and speak in two- and three-word sentences. By age 3, their vocabulary increases to about 1,000 words, and they're speaking in three- and four-word sentences. If your toddler hasn't met those milestones, they may have a speech delay.

How many tantrums a day is normal for a 3 year old? ›

Temper tantrums are a normal, if frustrating, part of child development. Toddlers throw frequent tantrums, an average of one a day. Temper tantrums often happen because children want to be independent but still seek a parent's attention.

How do I know if my 2 year old is advanced? ›

While the characteristics of young gifted children are diverse, there is some agreement amongst experts: They are often unusually alert and sleep less than others of a similar age. They can be highly curious and soak up new information. They often have excellent memories, and need much less repetition than others.

What is normal behavior for a 3 year old? ›

During this year your child really starts to understand that their body, mind and emotions are their own. Your child knows the difference between feeling happy, sad, afraid or angry. Your child also shows fear of imaginary things, cares about how others act and shows affection for familiar people.

What is Hyperlexic? ›

Hyperlexia is advanced and unexpected reading skills and abilities in children way beyond their chronological age. It is a fairly recently named condition (1967) although earlier descriptions of precocious reading do exist.

Does autism get worse after age 3? ›

Researchers say that about 30% of children with autism have less-severe symptoms at age 6 years than they did at age 3 years. No one is sure why some children seem to improve dramatically while others do not. But it is an encouraging sign that seems to indicate that autism doesn't worsen with age.

At what age did Einstein start to talk? ›

Einstein Syndrome Defined

Einstein, a certified genius, was also a late talker (according to some biographers). He didn't speak full sentences until he was 5 years old. Einstein's speech delay clearly wasn't an impediment to his intellectual prowess and awe-inspiring accomplishments.

Preparing Your Child For School and For Life

Q.Do I need to pack a lunch?. We provide an assortment of healthy, age-appropriate meals and snacks for the children to eat each day.. Q.What if my child has allergies?. A.All Kiddie Academy teachers must meet or exceed the state requirements for child care providers and are required to receive ongoing professional training annually.. A.We do not use physical or verbal punishment under any circumstances.. Q.What will my child be doing?. A.Due to the concerns around COVID-19, we are unable to allow drop-in observation by parents or family members.. Q.Do you take the children outdoors?. A.Kiddie Academy teachers use technology as learning tools and a means of communication.. A.Many, but not all, Kiddie Academy locations have classroom cameras that parents can access via mobile or desktop apps.. For the most accurate information on classroom cameras, contact your Academy directly to learn about camera availability and policies.. Q.What is Kiddie Academy doing to prevent the spread of the coronavirus?

Looking for a preschool homeschool curriculum for 3 year olds? This is the one we are using for our family along with how we are organizing it to help keep us sane.

I am organizing our homeschool lesson plans using the folders in the crates and labeling them “Week One”, “Week Two”, Week Three”, etc.. Week 9: Letter “Cc”, the color orange, letter c craft, number matching, scissor activities, playdoh learning activities.. Week 11: Letter “Pp”, color & dissect pumpkins activities, practice reading on own, sequencing, sorting by color.. Week 14: Letter “Dd”, letter D activities with animals, scissor practice, puzzle activities.. Week 23: Writing name practice, letter review, the color yellow, number ten, sequencing, sorting by color.

Coming up with different activities for your little one is not easy, because kids at the age of 3 get bored easily. But here are 30 activities that your child will love.

These activities enhance your child’s cognitive, learning, creative, and motor areas.. Introduce your child to animals with this activity –. This activity introduces your child to the world of animals.. This isn’t just fun; it is an informative activity that will benefit your child, as he will learn to differentiate and sort out colours.. This fun activity is something your child will love –. This fun learning activity is the best way to teach your child colours –. This activity teaches your child about different colours.. This activity introduces your child to the world of geography.. Either way, this is a fun activity that your child will enjoy.. Intellikit is an activity box subscription for children that develops all 8 smarts in your child through fun activities that keep him engaged while having fun.. All of these are simple activities that your child will love, so go ahead and introduce your child to this world of fun.

{For your convenience, this post may contain affiliate links} My oldest son turned 3 this April. I told myself I would start getting more serious about homeschooling him at his third birthday, regardless of the fact that April is not the typical time to “start” a school year. The thing with homeschooling is you’re free…

I told myself I would start getting more serious about homeschooling him at his third birthday, regardless of the fact that April is not the typical time to “start” a school year.. I know you came to this post looking for tips on how to schedule your own homeschooling day, and I will definitely give you some starting points and tips, but I think it’s important to emphasize that each family is unique.. Filling in your lesson plans. Follow boards of people who are dedicated to sharing preschool learning activities (I hope you’ll start by following Munchkins and Moms !).. Make your own boards dedicated to the subjects you plan on teaching.. You can choose to plan your lessons based on themes (insect theme, ocean theme, specific books), around a “Letter of the Week”, or just leave it open ended.. Here’s what my lesson plans typically look like when filled in:. Lessons after meals works pretty well for us 🙂 (Don’t forget there are plenty of lessons to be learned DURING meal prep as well!). and our planned lessons don’t always get done.. And if at some point you feel it is better to enroll your kid in school, make sure to find the best school possible.. Remember the quote at the start of this post- don’t forget that it is YOU who is in charge how to school your kids in your home!. So don’t feel bad when things don’t go according to plan, just make adjustments until you find what works for you 🙂


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