HSLDA
September 19, 2005

HSLDA Offers Preschool Resources

It’s an old adage quickly understood by even the newest parents—children start learning from the day they are born.

It’s understandable as well, then, that as the homeschool movement has grown, we’ve received more inquiries from parents who don’t want to wait until their children reach compulsory attendance age to start teaching them.

Slow and Steady
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Many of these parents have been asking for pre-school educational resources, and Home School Legal Defense Association is taking steps to provide some. In order to assess the need among our members, for a short time we’ll be offering access to a preschool coordinator, June Oberlander. Her excellent book, Slow and Steady Get Me Ready, also will be available for purchase on our publications site.

June Oberlander offers a wealth of insight into preschool education and development. She is a retired kindergarten teacher who worked 19 years in Fairfax County Public Schools in Virginia. Her background also includes teaching science and biology, and leading a kindergarten class in her local church.

To contact Mrs. Oberlander with questions about preschoolers, email her at Preschool@hslda.org.

Also, if you know of other families whose children are not yet school age but who are interested in homeschooling, feel free to recommend the above resources to them. If we determine there is a great enough need, HSLDA may decide to provide more permanent preschooling help to our members.

For other homeschooling needs, don’t forget the many excellence resources HSLDA offers, including: