Are you a preschool teacher or parent looking for a free preschool curriculums sample? You are in the right place. This blog post offers a free sample of my Daily Lessons in Preschool Mathematics Curriculum. You can grab it from the end of the post.
Not looking for a free lesson plans sample and want to write your own instead? I’ve got you covered. In this post, I will also share all the things that should be included in a fantastic preschool curriculum.
Are you looking or some free preschool lesson plans? It is never too early to start planning for future lessons.
Preschool lesson plans are a great way to get your child started on all the most important learning concepts in early childhood. And a systemized curriculum is just the right way to keep learning on track throughout the year.
Everything You Want and Need to Teach Math in Preschool
Riddle me this…I mean…just imagine with me for a moment.
What if you could sit down with your coffee and do your lesson plans for preschool in under five minutes?
What if you didn’t have to rack your brain (or phone) for creative and fun activities?
What if you didn’t have to wonder if all those clever activities will meet teaching objectives?
What if the activities you did have were systematic and already in an order that is proven for the best learning experience possible?
I’ve got you covered!
You no longer need to imagine what this would be like. You can make it happen.
These Daily Lessons in Preschool Mathematics take the guesswork out of teaching.
I am so happy to reintroduce my preschool mathematics curriculum that thousands of veteran preschool teachers and experience homecoming parents are using.
I have been working on updating this preschool curriculum for the last two years. It’s been through five expert editors who have degrees in early childhood education and a large sample of real preschool teachers and homeschool moms who have been giving me constant feedback along the way.
And of course, I have been using it in my own preschool classroom.
You can grab an entire one-week sample at the end of this post, but first, let me tell you a little back story about how this preschool math curriculum came to be.
The Story Behind It’s Creation
When I found out my fourth baby was due two weeks after the preschool year started, I panicked.
Having an in-home preschool, I didn’t have the option of finding a substitute while I took six weeks off for maternity leave. I needed to be in the classroom, and if I didn’t, my preschooler students were going to get short changed. And that wasn’t fair for them or their parents.
Nope. My newborn was going to have to come to class with me each day, snuggled down in a baby wrap, after a two week maternity leave.
But what in the world was I going to do about lesson planning?!
Realistically, how was I going to balance a newborn, three older children, and running a preschool? Oh, and did I mention that my third and fourth children are only 13 months apart? When I say I panicked, I mean it in every sense of the word.
I knew my time for lesson planning would vanish after the baby was born — and I wasn’t about to try fitting it in between feedings and diaper changes, carpool and PTA events, and so on.
I needed a preschool curriculum I could just open up and teach everyday.
Something that was no-prep.
Something that was still varied and would entice interest in my preschoolers.
Something that wasn’t just worksheets.
And something that was systematic and explicit in skills taught
ENTER: my Daily Lessons in Preschool Literacy Curriculum.
See How the Daily Lessons in Preschool Math Curriculum Will Transform Your Teaching.
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I designed and wrote this preschool mathematics curriculum during my pregnancy, so I could focus on and enjoy teaching (and not lesson planning) that fall. I’m sure you know the feeling…dreading lesson planning and then being too drained to enjoy teaching versus having them already done for you and loving the heck out of teaching preschool!
I didn’t wonder what I was going to teach after a sleepless night with a fussy baby because I had my daily lesson plans already written out. The curriculum was already there, just waiting or me to open it up each day and just teach!
I might have shown up to class with no make-up on, spit-up on my shirt and totally rocking the messy mom bun, but my preschoolers were still going to have fun learning and I didn’t have to do any extra prep! Which means, I didn’t have one more reason for sleepless nights.
I went into that year of teaching, and every year since then, with full confidence knowing that my preschoolers were going to get the very best foundation in literacy possible. I had a thorough and comprehensive curriculum follow.
Since its original edition, this curriculum has been vetted by thousands of veteran preschool teachers and experienced homeschooling parents. It is simple and easy to follow, and best of all…effective!
It is the best literacy curriculum in early childhood education!
Here’s What You Get in Daily Lessons in Preschool Mathematics Curriculum
Simply put…absolutely everything you need to effectively and easily teach preschool math concepts.
Don’t forget, your free curriculum sample is waiting for you to download from the end of this post. I’m giving you a full one-week sample of my curriculum!
My Daily Lessons in Preschool Mathematics Curriculum gives you an entire year of the following:
- 40 weeks of targeted, skill-based activities for learning new concepts
- 40 weeks of daily review activities
- 40 weeks of discovery concept prompts
- 80 hands-on activities for literacy integration
- BONUS! 72 supporting printable math preschool centers!
What Jackie, a preschool teacher with 27 years teaching experience said:
Finally, a preschool math curriculum where I don’t have to do extra work!
I’ve been teaching preschool for 22 years and I have yet to find a math curriculum more complete than this one! It delivers exactly what it says it will. The daily lessons are short and developmentally appropriate, while being packed with new learning.
Each day features review activities and new concepts. The printable math centers are perfect for independent practice. My preschoolers have fun with these! But I really appreciate the literacy integration activities each week.
I am confident I am doing my best teaching with this curriculum.
Proven Preschool Activities Using a Spiraling Approach
A spiral approach presents a new math concept, provides practice, and then moves on to another skill. Each skill is systematically reviewed and revisited throughout the school year with activities that always add to prior learning.
This way your preschooler is always learning something new while practicing something learned. After all, this is how preschoolers learn best, through repeated practice and exploration!
Why preschool teachers are loving this spiraling math curriculum:
The spiraling scope and sequence makes lesson planning a breeze and keeps me from feeling overwhelmed trying to figure out what to teach and when. It’s all laid out for me! I just have to follow the lesson plans.
The daily lessons teach new concepts while also providing activities for review so my students get practice in both. I bound all the lesson plans in one book using the scope and sequence guide to place them in the right order.
Now I just open my binder and teach!
The Daily Lessons in Preschool Mathematics Curriculum targets all five math disciplines.
What Cherri, another preschool teacher said:
The lessons couldn’t be easier to follow. The curriculum lays out exactly what to teach each day, including specific mathematical points to include during the Teach & Engage piece.
The best part is that I’m no longer wasting time piecing together activities to meet our state standards. Now I have a solid curriculum to follow.
The learning activities in this curriculum aren’t just for preschool teachers. These math activities and curriculum are perfect for preschool homeschooling, too!
What Mariana, a science teacher turned homeschooling mama said:
As a science teacher turned stay-at-home mom to twin 4-year-olds, I felt out of my depth when I started homeschooling. I was overwhelmed, because I had no idea where to start.
Then I found this curriculum. It is so thorough and really fun because of all the different ways to teach the content!
With relatively few items to purchase to complete the lessons throughout the year, it was so easy for me to sit down and plan out what my kids would be doing each day for math. My kids love our “math time” each day, and often ask to play with the materials outside of formal homeschool hours.
Imagine the Possibilities…
Ok…let’s loop back up…remember that cup of coffee?
What if you could sit down with your coffee and do your lesson plans for preschool in under five minutes?
What if you could use engaging activities created by an expert?
What if those activities were systematic in skill progression and proven to be effective?
Guess what — You can!
All that is possible with my Daily Lessons in Preschool Mathematics Curriculum.
Here’s a sneak peak of what a lesson in the Comparing & Sorting unit looks like:
Now let me give you that free preschool curriculum sample I promised!
Free Preschool Curriculum for Mathematics
I say lesson plans, because with the sample that’s all you get. You can use it as a preschool lesson plan template, or just go on and teach your students following the lesson plans and you’ll see how easy, yet comprehensive, this curriculum is. And best of all, this curriculum keep learning fun!
Go on a download it and see what a week gets you! Even this one weekly preschool lesson plan sample will save time. Just click the image below and the PDF will be sent to your email.
Teach More Effectively with Daily Lessons in Preschool Mathematics Curriculum!
Never worry about if you’re teaching the right material at the right time. This curriculum is:
- has proven, systematic strategies
- varied and engaging activities
- is flexible for a 2-5 day preschool program
- offers daily no-prep lesson plans
- integrated literacy activities
Click the image below to purchase the entire curriculum!
I’m Sarah, an educator turned stay-at-home-mama of five! I’m the owner and creator of Stay At Home Educator, a website about intentional teaching and purposeful learning in the early childhood years. I’ve taught a range of levels, from preschool to college and a little bit of everything in between. Right now my focus is teaching my children and running a preschool from my home. Credentials include: Bachelors in Art, Masters in Curriculum and Instruction.