Although a lot of parents feel overwhelmed by the idea of teaching their kids, homeschooling preschoolers are as easy as 1, 2, and 3. If you plan activities that build gross and fine motor skills, teach math concepts like counting and group, and read to your child every day, your child will understand everything he or she has to be prepared for kindergarten.
Here are a few tips for teaching math, reading.
Preschool Math – In order to be prepared for kindergarten, your nursery school need to know how to count to 10, identify shapes and colors, identify amounts through 10, group items by shape or color, use mathematical words which describe size and distance, and complete patterns.
Preschool Writing – Get your child ready to compose by using actions that reinforce fine motor skills. Teach your child writes their name, follow lines, cut and paste, draw shapes, and to hold scissors and crayons properly.
Preschool Reading – To be prepared to read, your child has to learn how to hold books correctly, listen to stories, tell familiar stories, create rhymes and identify some letters and their sounds.
Besides the above, your child should know their name, parents' names. You will want to ensure that your preschooler is mature enough use the restroom by himself to dress, obey the adult in charge, and interact with peers.
Be certain you stay by moving or slowing down as necessary when homeschooling preschoolers. If it becomes overwhelming or frustrating, put away the program, and allow your child learn by assisting you with responsibilities and chores, errands.