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Our schedule is a routine designed to enhance children’s cognitive and motor skills. Routines are important in child development because it helps children feel secure while aiding in their cognitive and social development. In addition to playing guiding children in activities, it’s important for children to learn how to play on their own (free-play time) as we observe and monitor.

7:30 am

Free-play time until all children arrive and class begins.

  • Free play time includes child’s choice of educational activities such as puzzles, legos, reading, etc.

8:30 am


  • During this time, children will learn proper dining etiquette and manners
  • See our menu

9:00 am

Toileting and Diaper Changing

  • Although we try to keep the kids on a schedule, we cannot put a timer on the diaper!

9:30 – 10:00 am

Playground time

  • Share and socialize with other children, build bonds, and make friends!
  • This time will allow the children to exercise their gross motor skills with activities such as riding bikes and scooters, running, and swinging.

10:00 – 11:00 am

Circle time

  • This is the most important time of the day
  • We group children together based on ability rather than age
  • The instructor strikes a stimulating conversation about topics such as an upcoming holiday or a special theme or group project
  • The children will be introduced to a new letter‚ number‚ shape and color each week
  • They will also sing different songs such as the alphabet song‚ the days of the week song‚ the months of the year song‚ the number song‚ and different nursery rhymes.

11:00 – 12:00 am

Cognitive Time

  • Children will create colorful and exciting works to further comprehend the theme of the week while exercising fine motor and sensory skills, contributing to their cognitive development.
  • We let children explore their creativity by providing a selection of educational arts and crafts which each child chooses individually.
  • We provide a variety of sensory stimulating arts and crafts such as painting, drawing, cutting, and creating objects, all related to the theme of the week, and allow each child to choose their preferred craft.
  • Children gather as the teacher reads from a book. She encourages them to think about the characters and plot‚ and to use new vocabulary from the story.
  • We will also take this time to complete puzzles‚ learn with educational flash cards, learn pre–reading‚ math and science tools, and do science projects

12:00 – 1:00 am


1:15 – 3:30 pm

Nap Time

3:30 – 4:00 pm

Snack Time

4:00 – 6:00 pm

Free play

  • Children choose from a variety of different activities available in the different centers throughout the classroom or patio. Free Play includes but is not limited to music‚ dance‚ playground‚ and art.