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The first 10 sessions of the full Key to Learning @Home program, Caterpillars and Butterflies – appropriate for your child if they are approximately between the ages of 3y and 3y6m right now.

Designed for you to experience the benefits of this program for yourself and your child(ren), and to know if it is right for you and your family. 

This is a trial of one of our subscription options, ideally suited to homeschoolers looking for a full curriculum focused primarily on developing their child’s ‘learning abilities’, as well as stay-at-home parents who have the time to do the full program with their child – to get as many benefits as possible from this approach.

Each ‘session’ contains one or more original game, play- or story-based activity, that will secretly boost your child’s cognitive, communicative and self-regulative abilities to an exceptional level, while you have fun playing, creating, talking and experimenting together.


  • The first 10 sessions of the full Key to Learning @Home program
  • For starting at age 3 to 3y6m, approximately
  • Full instructions and high quality printable resources included for every session
  • Immediate access
  • Outstanding 24/7 support 


  • Free 

Words can't express how impressed I am. The work you have put into this program is astonishing and I am so grateful. It has had a profound effect on my son, on me as his teacher, and it will benefit my next son very soon. Couldn't have possibly found a better program if I tried. I feel so lucky that the timing was right for us to jump in when we did. Thank you SO VERY MUCH for all of the hard work you put in to make this program available to us.

Kathy Leibowitz

Homeschooling Parent

If you have any doubts at all, just email us with your questions and we'll do our best to help:

I have seen preschools all over the world. There are some excellent examples, particularly in New Zealand, the USA and Northern Italy, but this (curriculum) is outstanding. I do not believe I have ever seen a better one the world over.

Sir Christopher Ball

Chancellor of the University of Derby, UK, and co-author of the Start Right report 'The Importance of Early Learning'