Hi! It’s the third day of our homeschool preschool!
I mentioned in a previous post that I’m as woefully unprepared as I can be. I didn’t do prior research on homeschool preschool curricula (though I was obsessed about them 2 years ago, if that helps…) and didn’t bother preparing a dedicated homeschool area (the home office was a disaster area). Until yesterday, we were just using the kitchen and the living room and the kitchen, but I don’t think the boy even noticed. But I cleared up my half of the home office this afternoon so we’ll probably be able to use it from now on.
Good thing we have homeschool supplies. A lot of them.
Over the years, I’ve collected several workbooks and educational books aside from the classics and picture books. I had also received a couple of Buriboxes (planning to subscribe to more in the coming months), so we have collected art materials.
For those planning to homeschool their preschoolers too (it’s never too late to start homeschooling — that’s one beauty of it!), here’s a list of our homeschool preschool supplies.
- Pencil Box
- Handwriting Pad
- Dry Erase Board
- Dry Erase Marker
- Letter Tiles
Arts & Crafts
- Washable Paint
- Popsicle Sticks
- Construction Paper
- Drawing/Sketch Book
- Math Counters
- Shape Blocks/Cards
- File Box/Storage Box
- File Envelope
- Planner – Earlier this year, I bought a Serenitea planner. It was beautiful, but the format just wasn’t working for me. Now I’m using it as a lesson planner and it’s great! #reusereducerecycle
Books and Workbooks
Obviously we will have different books and workbooks because it largely depends on where we get our materials from — regular bookstores like National Bookstore and Fully Booked, secondhand bookstores like Book Sale, or online stores like Book Depository. But these are some of the books that we are using:
What’d I miss? What are your homeschool preschool must-haves?