I’m working on putting ideas together for my littlest homeschooler (my tiny tot) while I homeschool my big kid. Between my own searching and the question of the week here at The Homeschool Classroom – What to do with infants and toddlers while homeschooling? , I decided to devote this week’s link list to our littlest homeschoolers. Some of these I’ve posted before, some are new (to me at least) but I hope they all help you entertain and provide lots of fun and learning for your tot.
I can’t just link to one blog post here, the whole blog is fantastic. Great ideas for hands on learning experiences that are fun and creative.
Letter of the Week – Confessions of a Homeschooler
You can buy the curriculum, which I recommend because you get everything in a few organized downloads or you can get it for free on her blog. I love how versatile this curriculum is,we can use it year after year and it will grow with us as my tiny tot’s skills grow.
Tot School – 1+1+1 = 1
Every Sunday Carisa host a meme for tot school where all sorts of mommy bloggers link up what they are doing with their tots. I get a ton of great ideas from these mommies.
ABC and 123 is a blog dedicated to early learning activities and ideas. So many great ideas here.
Thematic Units – Bird On The Street
Bird on the street has some great thematic units that she has created to do with her special needs tot. She also have a 5 part posts on how she creates her units step by step.
Preschool Activities - Shirley’s Preschool Activities
Easy fun preschool activities for busy moms and tots!
Another great blog dedicated to learning and fun activities for our littlest homeschoolers
stART – A Mommy’s Adventures
stART = story + art. Every week, A Mommy’s Adventures host this weekly meme. Read your tot a story and do an art project. It’s simple and fun!
Worboxes for Toddlers? – Spell Out Loud
Yep it can be done, and tots love workboxes too. Great list of ideas for workboxes for your tot.
I hope this great list of links helps you find some fun, creative, learning activities for your tot. If you have a favorite tot school resource that I haven’t listed above, please share, we would love to know about it.