For Pre-K, after homeschooling all these kiddos I actually wrote my own Pre-K curriculum so I don't buy anything. Lots of reading together, fun activities and repetition and games. I absolutely love Letter Factory: Leap Frog and Talking Words Factory: Leap Frog and Teach Your Child to Read in 100 Easy Lessons. I've used it with all of my kiddos.
My Pess (although she says she's getting to old to be called that) is going to be in 3rd grade this year. (tear rolling) Isn't she beautiful.
This is what we have chosen for curriculum this year.
Math: Horizons Math Grade 3
English: Shurley English Level 3
Reading & Phonics: Horizons Phonics & Reading Grade 3
Spelling: Building Spelling Skills Book 3
Science: Truth in Science Grade 3
History & Geography: Our American Heritage
Handwriting: Handwriting Without Tears Cursive
P.E.: Working out with Mom and Family Time Fitness
Pess also wants to start typing with the boys, but I'm not sure if we're going to add that this year. Some other things that she will be doing one day a week are:
Music Lessons: she has piano lessons and violin lessons
She has also asked me if she can learn to crochet like me, but I'm not quite sure we're ready for that yet. :P I think I've covered it all, and now that I've typed it all out, I'm exhausted and I'm not sure I want to start the school year 😅 Luckily for me, I'm blessed with a little girl who loves school and has already started a little of school on her own. Don't hesitate to ask me any questions you may have. I'll be posting our school schedule as soon as it's finalized. We always start with a draft schedule and try it out the first week to see if it works for our family. Thanks for holding on this long. All for now.