Toddler and Preschool Curriculum {From the Archives}


I am going to start this post by loudly saying, I am not an expert in homeschooling, teaching, parenting, or anything really, so when I talk about lessons and curriculum, it’s just what I’ve found that works for us. Last year when I began my “stay at home mom journey”, I knew I wanted to incorporate some sort of “teaching” in to our daily schedule…and by daily schedule I mean stick it in somewhere between breakfast and dinner.

I didn’t realize how daunting of a task it would be to even find a curriculum! There are THOUSANDS and they all claim to be the best, even more some are crazy expensive. I was fairly confident that I didn’t need to spend $800 to teach my kid the difference between a circle and a square, luckily that one worked out for me.

So after hours of searching and now having a year under my belt, here are a few of my recommendations:

Read the entire story as we highlight a previous post from Oklahoma City Moms Blog!


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My name is Whitney and I'm married to my talented husband, Blake and we have two insanely wonderful kids, Violet (3) and Wyatt (2). I've been a stay at home mom for a little over a year, after making the decision to leave a world of spread sheets for a world of forts made out of sheets. I work part time as a day school teacher after realizing I actually love working with kids and I may even be good at it. I enjoy reading, taking family road trips, drinking copious amounts of coffee and hope to one day to be a professional thrift store shopper (only slightly kidding). I'm excited to be a part of this group, because raising kids is rough and everyone needs a village, even if a virtual one. I hope we're all able to discover new parts of our city, give and get advice from how to get your kids to stop eating chalk (me) to raising strong confident children and maybe even make some new friends.


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