Early Learning

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Early learning education is best when heavy on read-alouds, make-believe, language development, and fun hands-on learning. For age appropriate ideas, you can also try Pinterest and other similar websites to find theme related materials. Additional book selections at the library can be found under Literature (K-6).

This website page has been created for homeschoolers as an easy way to locate items for subject based inquiries of interest to home educators. The first link(s) of each category will send you to the Weatherford Public Library catalog and pull up a list of items related to that particular subject area. The remaining links are website pages of free and low-cost resources online to assist in your child’s education.

Click on the button to see items available for check out at Weatherford Public Library.
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  1. Curriculum
  2. Montessori Education
  3. Hands-on Ideas
  4. Crafts
  5. Other Resources


1 Plus 1 Equals 1
Free early years curriculum and ideas are presented here. Links to additional resources abound.

ABC Jesus Loves Me
This comprehensive preschool curriculum for ages 1-5 focuses on the Bible, academics and development. Printable books are available for purchase for ease of use, but all weekly plans are free online.

ABC Mouse
This low-cost, online curriculum has won multiple awards! Integrated, progressive lessons with a built-in reward system motivates your preschool and kindergarten child to navigate through lessons in language arts, math, science, social studies. Access to corresponding songs, games books, puzzles, art projects, and printables reinforce learning options for both online and offline practice. The older learner can graduate to the new online program Adventure Academy, designed for learners ages 8-13.

Brightly Beaming Resources
From baby through first grade, free curricula resources are based on a child’s developmental stages.

Learning Lynx Classroom
This freeschooling website currently contains materials and provides resources for the exceptionally gifted child to move at a faster pace than typical children their age. More pages and levels to be developed in the future.

Mama's Learning Corner
There are some free resources on this website. You can also search by grade levels or subjects (purchase may be required), and be sure to view the book lists.

Starfall Learn to Read
Starfall offers a free and effective emergent reader program using a combination of systematic phonics and sight words. One of the most popular websites (free app also available) for early learners, the parent-teacher center offers lesson plans and guides. The positive reinforcement approach of interactive play provides motivation that may be especially helpful for special needs learners and English language development. A membership fee will give you access to even more content.


 The Weatherford Public Library is providing this resource to assist local homeschoolers. A great amount of the information is useful for all educators and parents. It is not an endorsement of any product or business mentioned or a promotion of homeschooling as a preference over other choices in education.