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The Homegrown Preschooler
Teaching Your Kids in the Places They Live

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The Homegrown Preschooler
Teaching Your Kids in the Places They Live



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Transform your home into a learning environment that rivals the best preschool classroom!

Find exciting learning opportunities in everyday occurrences, from using laundry to teach sorting to exploring growth cycles in the garden, with the easy-to-organize, simple-to-start ideas, advice, and activities in The Homegrown Preschooler.

As straightforward as a parenting how-to book and as easily applicable as a set curriculum, The Homegrown Preschooler will inspire parents to use their homes as classrooms and take advantage of the naturally rich learning opportunities existing in everyday life!

With organizational tips, recipes, and more than 200 easy-to-pull-together activities, homeschool educators will have everything they need to offer a well-rounded preschool education rivaling the best classroom experience. Convenient charts and checklists to document children’s growth ensure that there are no gaps in educational, social, or physical development.

Together, Kathy Lee and Lesli Richards have more than 20 years of early childhood and homeschooling experience. Both are highly sought-after speakers and presenters in the fields of early childhood education and homeschooling.

Kathy Lee

Kathy Lee is a former early childhood administrator and teacher. She has extensive experience in nonprofit, for-profit, and corporate NAEYC-accredited programs. Kathy now facilitates training of early childhood teachers, administrators,...

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Lesli Richards

Lesli Richards lives in John’s Creek, Georgia, with her husband, Brendan, and their five children. She is a Challenge B director for Classical Conversations, a classical education program. She is...

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The Homegrown Preschooler has won the Teacher's Choice Awards for Family (2015).

“The book is just overflowing with wonderful information about why learning at home is so beneficial for our littlest children. How they benefit from a rich and comfortable family environment. They cover child development and explain how children's social, emotional, physical, and cognitive domains grow so richly in a fruitful and playful environment.”


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