I am working as fast as I can to get information out to parents that need it, and it’s been years since I’ve posted twice in one day, but I know I have the knowledge to share, so here goes! In my post about a homeschooling schedule for kindergarten and Prek, I linked a lot of fun activities, and some require early childhood classroom supplies that many homeschoolers, especially brand new ones, might not have. You don’t have to turn your home into a school during this Coronovirus closure. The best thing is that these materials will be fun to use even after the kiddos head back to school.
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Must-Have Materials For Homeschooling Kindergarten and PreK
I love my Unifix cubes because they are great for color sorting, fine motor, painting, counting, measuring, and more! Also, I have printables that use unifix cubes for measuring that you can print out! Use my affiliate link to buy this set here –> Unifix Cubes
Letter magnets are probably already in your home, but do you have lowercase letter magnets? If not, grab these. They are useful for all kinds of activities, and children at this age need to be using the correct form of letters if possible. Use this affiliate link to buy this set of lowercase letter magnets here.
Letter stamps are fun to use in play dough, to write letters, to use for letter hunts even. I love them, and it doesn’t feel like school to children when they use them. Buy this excellent set here with my affiliate link –> Letter Stamps
Dice are incredible for math, especially subitizing, and the two types I use all the time are regular dice, and dry erase dice. They are great for roll, and cover games, roll and bead, and my favorite game ever roll and build! Find these dry erase dice on Amazon with my affiliate link here —> dry erase dice
Of course, you also need BOOKS — click here to read through my book lists including this popular one all about character.