Simple Seasons (ages 4-6) consists of three 12 weeks long units that focus on the seasons. It is a gentle, fun way to introduce your younger children to school work. There also offer a bonus Advent guide and nine week long summer guide.
So, really, you are “required” to buy only as many of these recommended books as you would like. Our local library carried about half of them; others I requested in advance and some I purchased. Still much cheaper than any other curriculum I had looked at. (Also, if you have Amazon prime, your books are going to ship for free and be a lot cheaper than any bookstore so that is another way to save.)
Charlotte was my first child to do this curriculum. The benefit of finding this during Charlotte’s preschool year was my twin boys with special needs were doing Pre-K/K work at the same time she was and they enjoyed the curriculum as much as she did.
I enjoyed having crafts and activities we could all do together as a family that celebrated the seasons in such a peaceful, memorable way.
Soon, my youngest will be starting the Harvest Time Curriculum. Oh how I wish I had had known about this when I started homeschooling my eldest daughter, Audrey, but as I shared with you last week, much of her preschool was table work (I’m sorry Audrey!).
I have linked to all the different curriculum units they offer in this post, but if you aren’t familiar with the Wee Folk Art site, you are in for a treat. They also offer State Studies :: Elementary School (for 8-10 years old) ,Then, being the generous folks they are, they offer so much more than just free homeschool curriculums! They also offer free patterns and tutorials, recipes, and have informative posts on everything from knitting to family games.
It’s been one of my favorite sites for awhile now (and one of my favorite Pre-K/K curriculums) and I am so happy to share it with you today!
Have a blessed day,
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