6:30am – 8am: Drop offs, Welcome Children and Independent Play
7am – 8am: Breakfast and Clean Up (Toilets are used, Diapers are changed and hands are washed)
8am – 11:30am: Daily Scheduled Activities
11:30am – 12:30pm: Lunch Hour and Clean up (Toilets are used, Diapers are changed and hands are washed)
12:30pm – 2:30pm: Nap/Rest Time (Children are required to rest for a reasonable period but not required to sleep.
For the older children and those who wake up before the other children Quiet Activities are available, i.e., quiet books, puzzles and coloring)
2:30-2:45pm Rise & Shine Everyone
2:45pm – 3:45pm: Daily Scheduled Activities
3:45pm – 4:30pm: Snack Time & Clean-Up (Toilets are used, Diapers are changed and Hands are washed)
4:30 – 6pm: Homework, Independent Play (indoor & outdoor) & getting ready for pickup
*Note: this is only a general guideline of the children’s daily activities; the schedule may vary due to the infants in care, children wishes, special activity days, school schedule. Etc.
Our children are provided with crayons, markers, pencils, and other tools and materials to learn and develop their fine motor skills, to color, draw lines, and identify shapes and textures.
Our daily schedule consists of arts, crafts, or other activities in interest areas, snack, circle time, outdoor play, lunch, story time, rest time, quiet play,
afternoon snack and additional outdoor play. All learning activities are provided on an individual basis. Children are encouraged to explore interests interacting with materials, adults and each other.
In verbal language development children use a variety of tools and materials such as books, flannel boards
to learn and develop the ability to articulate sounds and words, form sentences, identify and form letters, and tell stories.
In language development, children are encouraged to listen, speak, read, write, role play, and drama acting to express their ideas and feelings. Children learn to share and respect each other.
In the area of math, children will develop a sense of spatial relations and shape recognition. They will be encouraged to solve problems through the use of patterning blocks and attribute shapes.
In social studies children will develop a better understanding of themselves, families, and their community. We will discover our five senses, five major food groups and a balanced diet, personal hygiene and change in seasons.
In visual arts, children learn to develop the ability to use elements and principles of visual arts language such as color, line, shape, and texture.
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