Be sure to check out The Everyday Homeschooler’s Guide to Teaching the Early Years .
Kindergarten with my Younger Son
Homeschooling Kindergarten for the Second Time – schedule and curriculum
Kindergarten is the Easiest Grade to Homeschool
Homeschool: Summer Planning – Our curriculum plans for summer 2016.
Kindergarten with my Older Son
Homeschooling a Kindergartener with a Toddler in the House
Kindergarten and Homeschooling – Wondering whether or not I should send my early five-year-old boy to kindergarten.
How to Homeschool Kindergarten (with information on the law in Georgia)
Happy Birthday to My Boys and Kindergarten Goals for this Year (2011/2012)
Setting Our Homeschool Priorities for Two Boys, ages 5 and 2
Homeschool Priorities Part 2: Imagination * Play * Motion * Literature
Homeschool Priorities Part 3: Exploration * Nature
Homeschool Priorities Part 4: Teaching him how to find answers
Homeschool Priorities Part 5: Spend Quality, Stress-free Time Together
Homeschool Priorities Part 6 of 6: Teaching Responsibility
Intentional Reading Using Georgia’s PINES Online Library Catalog
How I’ve Taught Kindergarten Reading
Review: Teach Your Child to Read in 100 Easy Lessons
Homeschooling Kindergarten Math
What’s A Mama To Do Without Nap Time?
Using Storytelling and Puppet Shows in Homeschool
Homeschooling Kindergarten: Teaching the Solar System
Graduating to Kindergarten or 1st Grade?
A Homeschool Pre-Kindergarten Graduation
Sandy Creek Nature Center’s Discovery Boxes Are Available to Home Educators
Homeschooling Kindergarten: Teaching About the Weather
- Homeschooling: A Look At Our Hammerhead Shark Project (Part 2 of Project-based Learning)
- How to Build a Wildlife Habitat in Your Yard
- Music Appreciation with Beethoven
- A Kindergarten Child-Led Project: Seeds, Plants, Gardening
- The Eastern King Snake & Our Snake Project
- A Child-Led Project: The Celery Lettuce Cake
- Using Storytelling and Puppet Shows in Homeschool
- Raising Tadpoles
After finishing this year, I decided that it would be better to say my son was entering Kindergarten instead of finishing it because that’s where he’d be, if he were in public school. So please see my next Table of Contents, which I label Kindergarten / 1st grade for lack of a better term.