The Ultimate Preschool Curriculum List
60+ Preschool Curricula Sorted by Price
When it comes to preschooling, there are a lot of options. So many it can become overwhelming. That’s why I’ve put together a preschool curriculum list for you; so you can know what is available, and how they all compare.
Please note that I have not tried these programs myself, I have just researched them so I can list them for you here.
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A Year of Playing Skillfully: 38 weeks. Seasonal themes and character traits. Age 3-7
Winter Promise: I’m Ready to Learn: 36 weeks. Farm, Garden, Pond, Zoo themes. Age 3-5
Horizons Preschool Curriculum: 180 lessons. Biblically-based. Age 4+
Opening the World of Learning at Home: 12 weeks. Family, Friends, Wind, Water themes.
Bookshark: literarure based, daily plans. Includes 25 books. Age 4-5
Time 4 Learning: Monthly Subscription. Themed computer games and lessons.
Visual Montessori: Monthly Subscription. Videos, pritables, and activities. Age 2-6
Curriculum with Materials Bundles:
Seasonal ABC: 30 weeks. Includes craft materials cut and prepared. Age 3-4
MFW Discover Series: Year-long. Bible themed. Includes books and toys. Age 3+
Timberdoodle: Customizable kits. Includes books and toys. Age 3-4
Sonlight: Includes books and materials. Age 3-4
Monthly Mailed Packages:
Ivy Kids Kits: Story book unit studies with toys and craft materials. Age 3-8
Little Passports: Early Explorers: Exploration themed lessons and materials. Age 3-5.
Mother Goose Time: Daily discovery bags and lessons. Age 2-5
Hands on Homeschooling: 12 weeks. Bible themes. Curricula available for ages 2 to 5.
My LDS Preschool: 28 weeks. LDS (Mormon) Age 3-5
Little Hands: 33 weeks. Bible themes. Age 2-5
Sandbox Academy: 12 months. Themed lesson bundles. Age 2-5
Schoolhouse Teachers: Annual membership. Christian materials. Pre-k to grade 8.
Preschool Prep DVDs: Video and workbook collection.
Before Five in a Row: 24 weeks. Literature based. Age 2-4
Come Sit by Me: 36 weeks. Canadian literature based. Age 4-7
Learn and Grow: 130 lessons. Activity based. Age 2-4.
Oak Meadow: Scheduling, activity, and art guide.
Alphabet Smash: 26 weeks. Alphabet study with activities.
The Good and the Beautiful: preK includes letter, number, and development activities
Preschool Star: 20 units. Themed activities and printables.
Tittletot: Individual box or monthly subscription. Activity and learning boxes. Age 18 mo. to 5 y.
Pre-K YOUR Way: Skills-based activities based on “multiple intelligences” theory.
Blossom and Root Early Years: 36 weeks. Secular, play-based curriculum. Vol. 1, Age 2-4. Vol. 2, Age 4-5
The Preschool Experience: Child-led curriculum. Access to growing pool of unit studies. Age 3-5
Kinderplan: Themed lessons and resources library—yearly subscription.
ABC Mouse: Computer based learning activities and games. Monthly subscription. Age 2-7
Blue Manor Education: Digital books. Christian program. Age 3+
Building Thinking Skills: Critical Thinking Worksheets. Age 2+
Arguably the best part of this preschool curriculum list 🙂
Encompass: 26 weeks. Various themes. (Click on the pictures for each week to view the lessons)
HEEP–Hands-on Energetic Easy Preschool: 52 weeks. Various themes.
Easy Peasy All-in-One Homeschool: 30 weeks. Reading Readiness Program. Age 4
Raising Human Beans: Pre-preschool basic learning. Age 2-3
My Big World: Scholastic Preschool magazine.
Phonics to Reading: Reading readiness integrated with other subjects
Five Senses: Letter-a-week activity guide for ages 2-5
ABC Jesus Loves Me: Bible-focused curricula for ages 1 to 5
God’s Little Explorers: 28 weeks. Bible themed alphabet study.
Joyful Heart Bible and Rhyme: Bible Study and learning activities. Age 3-5
Preschool Post: Christian weekly themes and activities
Intentional Homeschooling: Bible Stories and Reading lessons. App format. Age 4
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Weekly Theme Ideas:
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Thanks for reading! I hope you found this prechool curriculum list helpful 🙂
If you know of a good curriculum that I missed, please let me know so I can add it to the list! Also, let me know if you have a favorite 🙂