How to create your own perfect homeschool preschool curriculum and activities schedule for your 3-year-old? Try out our super simple and easy to edit Homeschool Preschool Planner!
Homeschooling a preschooler can be so easy and fun! It’s super easy to keep things organised with our best homeschool preschool daily schedule and planner!
We created it for our 3-year-old preschooler and planed 36 weeks of homeschool preschool from September 1st, 2020 – June 8th, 2021.
Why is this the best homeschool preschool schedule? Very simple. It’s custom made.
We give you a great simple structure and you can modify the content according to your time, child’s needs and talents. So, you make sure it’s a perfect fit for you and your child.
So, let’s get started.
First things First: Plan your homeschooling year – our 36 weekly themes
To keep things simple, I planed 36 weekly themes in advance according to the season and what’s happening in the world. For our schedule, I tried to consider important events and celebrations and of course made sure to include special weekly themes for the numbers 1-20.
For example in the Labour Day week, all of our activities are about jobs, work and occupation. We chose an education system theme around the International Teachers Day and will talk about preschool, kindergarten, school and college. Around the World Mental Health Day, we will have an Emotions Theme and learn how to concentrate on positive emotions and deal with negative ones. And so on and so forth.
You can use the 36 weekly themes, or just use the editable template from our Homeschool Preschool Planner and choose your own themes and schedule.
Here are our 36 weekly themes:
Homeschool Preschool Goals
Before you start choosing your homeschool preschool activities, check out our Homeschool Preschool Goals template and make sure to choose the right activities for your child. Learning is only effective when it’s memorable and fun.
So, try to observe the learning style of your child first and help them succeed with the right activities. I noticed example that for some areas such math Aiden like many toddlers is a hands-on learner (kinesthetic). He learned to count with his toy cars. He will put them in line and count them. So, I try to choose math activities accordingly.
I try to teach every day with every experience a positive approach to learning: We choose activities that have a beginning and an end, so we try to do them until finished. Respect your childs concentration and let them explore and follow their curiosity. This is especially easy outdoors – beach, playground or nature walks make this possible.
Encourage independent learning, not only because it’s the best way, your little ones learns, but also because independent learning frees up also your time. No need for helicopter parenting!
Choose teaching and self-correcting materials, so your little homeschool preschool can figure it out on their own!
The best homeschool preschool daily schedule
Once you have your homeschool year planned out, you can plan easily your daily homeschool preschool daily schedule.
Try to keep the learning activities between 2 and 4 hours spread out during the day. The rest should be physical and practical life activities, preferable outdoors.
You can also create very easily a Summary of the day and see instantly, what you have learnt with your little one each day.
You can use this template to make a short summary of what happened today. For example, we learnt today the letter B, that makes BB sound – B like Bag, Breakfast. How was the weather today? Was it cloudy, rainy, or sunny? Sunny! And do you remember which day is today? It’s Tuesday! That’s right! And so on and so forth.
Preschool Activity Overview and Activities List
In order to plan your activities better, you can use the two editable templates – Preschool Activity Description and Preschool Activities List.
The overview helps you to make a short description of each preschool activity – incl. materials needed and instruction. You can also add an image and make some notes.
You can put your favourite activities according to their category on your To-go Activities List. Every time you need an idea, you can simple check our list.
Homeschool Preschool Circle Time Materials
Indeed, it’s just the two of us mostly, but we still love our cosy learning in cirle time.
It’s our way to start the day and talk about almost everything. We use our over 120 pages of colourful materials to learn reading, writing and practice fine motor, story telling, problem-solving and reasoning skills.
The over 120 Pages of Circle Time Materials include:
- NUMBER OF THE DAY 1-10
- LETTER OF THE DAY A-Z
- SHAPE OF THE DAY
- COLOUR OF THE DAY
- WHAT’S THE WEATHER LIKE TODAY?
- HOW DO YOU FEEL TODAY?
- DAYS OF THE WEEK
- YESTERDAY, TODAY, TOMORROW
Homeschool Preschool Schedule
You can buy this editable printable in our shop and we hope it helps you organize your homeschool preschool easily!