Pre-Kindergarten Instructor's Guide

Exploring the World


Exploring the World

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Our Pre-K Instructor's Guide provides the schedule and notes for a full 36-week year. You can purchase the guide individually here or receive 20% off the individual retail price by purchasing the entire package

Subjects Include:

Exploring the World

Provide your child a small glimpse of our large world with the colorful Kids Beginner's World Atlas. Your child will also be introduced to history and how cities and streets have changed over time. From professions to transportation, this year will be a great first step to exploring the world!

Read Alouds and Language Arts

Read Alouds are a building block to reading and provides a memorable part of homeschooling that you will share with your child every year with BookShark! Snuggle up and read our collection of stories like Winnie the Pooh and Babe the Gallant Pig!

Dr. Seuss's ABC will help your child learn the sounds of the alphabet while First Thousand Words builds their vocabulary.


Learn about seasons, weather, plants, animals, the ocean and much more!


Starting in Week 11, you will work with hands-on manipulatives to build a math foundation that focuses on patterns, shapes and numbers (recognition, counting and addition/subtraction). 

Readiness Skills

Our Developing the Early Learner series develops your child's abilities in four major areas:

  • Motor--left-right tracking, mazes, eye movements, hand-eye coordination
  • Visual--similarities, memory, figure-ground distinction and space orientation
  • Auditory--similarities, memory, rhyming
  • Comprehension--categories, sequence, language, awareness. 

Optional Art: Child's Book of Art is an excellent introduction to art. We schedule it and offer it as an option for families that want to introduce art in their preschool year.

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Instructor's Guide, 3-Week Sample

The decision to homeschool our daughter, Alexa, was an easy one. Choosing a curriculum that worked well with her goals and schedule was a little more difficult.

Jenna Henning