One lesson I’ve learned during our time as full time RVers is that life is more simple when everything has a home. This helps keep life organized, and makes finding what you need when you need it a million times easier! So to help streamline our preschool routine, I put together this homeschool preschool binder!
Preschool Worksheets – Binder Add-Ons
Our binder is broken up into 3 main parts. The first part stays consistent month after month. These Binder Add-On pages are a perfect way to practice so many common preschool skills! (beginning sounds, letter formation, beginning reading, counting, number formation, color sorting and shape tracing/building)
We keep all of these sheets in sheet protectors at the beginning of our binder, making it super simple to grab and practice whenever we have a free minute! LG loves practicing her tracing and using manipulatives to build her letters, numbers, and shapes!
The middle portion of our binder always includes the current month of our preschool worksheets. When I saw how much LG loved working on coloring books and practicing her cutting skills, I decided to sneak in some academic practice using these preschool skills worksheets! Each month includes the same skills but with a seasonal twist. This way, she’s practicing the same skills all year long!
Some of the skills included in these sets are beginning sounds, letter formation, counting, number order, letter formation, rhyming, CVC building, tracing, shapes, etc.! There are definitely skills that she’s not quite ready for as a 3 and a half year old. But that makes these sets so much better! With one purchase, each set can last for several years!
PreK/Kinder Math & Literacy Units
The final portion of our binder also changes each month. To help keep track of our monthly PreK/Kinder Math and Literacy Units, I put all of the recording sheets and practice mats in sheet protectors and store them in the back of our binder. When it’s time to work on our unit activities, all we have to do is grab our baggie of pieces and our binder!
This binder has truly simplified our homeschool preschool time! It sits on our “school cart” with the rest of our school materials and is so easy to grab when it’s time to get to work!
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