At Home Preschool Curriculum: How to Keep Momentum and Routine for Preschoolers During Coronavirus

At Home Preschool Curriculum: How to Keep Momentum and Routine for Preschoolers During Coronavirus

Posted by Learning Box Preschool on Apr 8th 2020

Many parents are stressed and overwhelmed in dealing with the rapid and drastic changes that have occurred in their daily lives in recent weeks due to coronavirus. Your preschoolers are no exception. They are greatly impacted by the changes during this crisis which include throwing off their daily school and daycare routines with teachers and friends. As a parent, we want to keep our children safe and ensure we are providing them with the best opportunity for success throughout this complicated time as well as the rest of their lives.

We Make it Easy to Teach Your Preschooler at Home

Older children are being assigned homework through virtual learning programs coordinated through school districts, but many preschoolers are sent home with little to no guidance for an undetermined number of months to come. While this is definitely a difficult time it also presents a unique opportunity. Many parents now have an opportunity to spend extra quality time with their preschoolers and can further help guide them through their learning journey through these uncertain weeks to come.

Learning Box Preschool Curriculum Helps Continue the Momentum of Education

It is essential to keep your child's mind active and motivated to learn even if they are currently at home due to safety concerns with Coronavirus. Preschoolers are at a critical age where they are hitting milestones that help them make sense of their world, so it is imperative to keep that progress building. Learning Box Preschool is a high-quality preschool curriculum parents can use at home with their preschoolers to help them continue to build their educational understanding through fun math, science, music, art, and writing tasks.

At Home Preschool Curriculum Offers Routine Preschoolers Crave

Children look forward to daily routines and studies show that consistency offers them many benefits. Implementing a preschool routine at home can help your child:

  • Preserve their expectations for the day if they had been going to preschool
  • Offer a sense of safety and security
  • Rely on something especially during a time of uncertainty
  • Promote cooperation and reduce stress
  • Promote independence
  • Provide fun activities they look forward to
  • Set the expectation for a scheduled time to learn
  • Reduce defiant behavior and power struggles
  • Follow a schedule

Learning Box Preschool Curriculum Options

Not only does Learning Box Preschool curriculum help to offer routine to your preschooler’s day, but it also offers their parents simplicity since our boxes are broken up into each day's work for the month with a different assortment of crafts, activities, books, and projects. Each of our boxes comes with a user-friendly step by step guide that makes it easy to follow instructions. Our curriculum boxes are tailored to parents and educators alike with no prior teaching experience necessary.

You can choose from a 3 day or 5 days a week box to meet your preschooler’s current needs. Our fun and interactive curriculum provides 1 – 2 hours each day of active work with your child. We have a preschool curriculum for young preschoolers (ages 2-3) and Pre-K curriculum for preschoolers age 3-5.

Limited Time Discount for First Time Learning Box Customers

For a limited time take advantage of 10% off the first box to new subscribers of Learning Box when you use the code PARENTS. We want to make sure the youngest members of the schooling community do not suffer from a gap in their development and learning because of the impacts of the coronavirus. You may like it so much that you won’t feel a need to return them to their previous daycare, but if you do, you can rest assured there won’t be a need for them to catch up with the rest of their class.

Shop our boxes to see which one is right for you