I tend to be a traditional homeschooling style (we use curriculum) with a bit of a Charlotte Mason/unit study approach on the side.
My goal with this post is to help simplify the process of getting set up to teach your child kindergarten. Keep it simple and don’t over think it!
Kindergarteners are such a sweet age where learning can be done in so many fun ways. It doesn’t have to look like sitting at a table all morning going over workbooks.
On a typical homeschool day I’ll make sure that we have covered some sort of math, phonics, reading and writing. Those four things can be achieved in a variety of ways.
I love trying new things and adapting for each child’s learning style. What might have worked well for us, may not be a good fit for your family.
Find something that interests your children, then take advantage of your local library to find coordinating books to add to the learning experience.