Hi everyone! I made a video of the Teeny Tot’s workboxes for you today. She’s just turned 4 years old and is about half way through my Letter of the Week curriculum. This week she’s working on the Letter N for nest.

So if you’re interested to see what is in the Teeny Tot’s boxes for the day, click here to watch our Preschool Workboxes video!



So that’s what the Teeny Tot is doing for today. As she works, she simply pulls out an activity and completes it. When she’s all done she puts it to the side making a pile of “completed” activities. This makes it really easy for me to put the used activities away, as well as leaves her drawers empty for me to quickly refill for the next day.

While she typically gets through all of her activities per day, sometimes she leaves a game or two untouched which is fine. I just leave them in there for the next day and refill the other boxes with new activities.

I hope you enjoyed the video of the Teeny Tot’s boxes! If you are using the Letter of the Week curriculum, and have a fun post to share, make sure to leave it below in the comments!

More helpful links:

These are just some of my preschool Letter N activities, click here to download all of the  Letter N preschool activities for free, or check out my Letter of the Week preschool curriculum to get the entire alphabet all at once!

The Letter of the Week is a full 26 week preschool course designed to give your student a head-start on preparing for kindergarten!It’s packed full of hands-on educational activities that focus on the letter recognition, sounds, number recognition, counting, basic math skills, pre-writing practice, and all the necessary fine-motor skills that will be required for your preschooler to be ready for kindergarten! Included are weekly lesson plans that cover all the subjects a preschooler needs and more!


Is my Letter of the Week Preschool Curriculum a little too easy for your student? Are you ready for something a little more challenging? Then the K4 Curriculum is for you! The K4 Curriculum is geared towards kids ages 4-5 who are kindergarten ready and want a fun hands-on kindergarten curriculum.



  1. Hi Erica,

    I’m a former teacher turned stay-at-home mom with a 2 year old and 6 month old. I’ve been doing lots of reading about homeschool and love your blog. But this video was so incredibly helpful that I have to write a comment and thank you for posting it. Normally I just read and never leave comments, but I’m compelled to today! More videos would be hugely helpful. What does your pre-schooler work on the other days of the week?

    Thanks a ton!

  2. I have a quick question. I’m starting in June with my kindergartener who has Down syndrome. She will be starting on a preschool level; letter, number, shape, color of the week. My question for you is, ” Do you do the alphabet in order?” I’ve considered letting my “letter of the week” correspond with what’s happening “seasonal-wise” during that month, i.e. “Ee” during the month of April for “Easter, eggs” Or “Pp” in October for “pumpkins”. What do you think and how do you do it? Thanks.

  3. I really enjoyed this video. I had one question though. How long does it generally take her to get through all of her activities for any given day? I have a 3 1/2 year old and Im really wanting to start this with her but I dont want to overwhelm her by “school” being to long.

    Thanks so much!

  4. O.M.Goodness!!! Thank you, thank you, thank you. I have an almost-4-year old who I plan on doing your pre-K curriculum with and I am SO EXCITED! Just downloaded your Letter of the Week Curriculum and I am so thankful to finally have a plan and feel organized about my son’s learning! I am actually a middle school teacher myself, but currently staying home with my son (and 16 month old) while we are stationed overseas in England (my husband is in the Air Force). It’s funny, because I am a teacher, but I feel lost when it comes to the pre-k and elementary stuff because I teach middle school level mathematics and science, so I’m used to the students already knowing the basics when they come to me. I needed help with these pre-elementary stuff!!! I can teach my son how to do algebra but I’m not quite sure how to teach him to write his letters and numbers, LOL! Thanks so much, I look forward to teaching my son with your help and also look forward to exploring more of your very informational blog posts!!! 🙂

  5. I have a question. I have the letter of the week curriculum, and I am wondering if there is a post somewhere about what you laminated and how you organized all of this curriculum? Thanks in advance!


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