This schedule is meant to give you an idea of your child's day. Actual times and activities may vary depending on time of the year, weather, age and temperament of the children. Age appropriate activities are scheduled with the flexibility allowed to respond to the needs of each individual child.
Preschoolers (24 months and older)
Arrival and greeting
Circle Time (including songs, story time, calendar, etc.)
Structured Play (Arts and crafts or other learning activity)
Outdoor play (weather permitting) or other large muscle activity
Lunch and clean up
Parents arrive to pick up children (outside, free play)
Every day preschoolers will engage with their peers and develop the task organization and cognitive order through care of self, care of the environment, exercises of grace and courtesy, and coordination of physical movement. They will use materials to help them understand the concepts of numbers, symbols, sequence. They will practice oral language development, written expression, reading, the study of grammar, creative dramatics, and children's literature. Basic skills in writing and reading are developed through the use of sandpaper letters, alphabet cut-outs, and various presentations allowing children to link sounds and letter symbols effortlessly and to express their thoughts through writing. Children will also learn the basics of geography, history, life science, music, art, movement and more.
Additionally, at the end of each day parents receive details such as participation, and any other pertinent information.