Calendar & introduction of Letter or theme of the week.
Learning centers provide a variety of activities where childrencan learn concepts and work on academic skills as they use a variety of items provided to create, explore, and discover. There will be 4-5 centers with hands on activities that incorporate writing, math, art and sensory play skills.
Free play gives children an outlet to express their emotions and feelings and helps them develop a sense of who they are. Active play is critical for a child’s physical development and helps them develop coordination, gross motor
skills, and fine motor skills. Play builds the foundation for a lifetime of learning. Free play makes learning fun, natural, and self-driven.
Healthy snacks provide essential nutrients for your child’s growing brains, bones and bodies. Children also learn social skills like waiting for their turn, making choices and cleaning up. Healthy snacks will be provided each day during class.
Circle time increases a child's awareness of language and provides physical and sensory experiences. It engages children through fun activities, circle games and songs. Children gain important social skills as they share their thoughts and ideas with classmates. Children also get to practice turn taking, learn respect for others’ opinions, and understand the need for rules. There will be 4-5 circle time activities with an opportunity for free play at the end.
Music and Movement
Children learn new things, like sounds, words and patterns through music. And with dance, they can explore and control their body movements. Music and dance engages the brain, helps cultivate communication skills, allows kids to express themselves, helps foster physical skills and contributes to creativity and imagination.
Daily Review and Clean up
Learning to tidy up after themselves provides children with a sense of responsibility and pride. Encouraging children to help friends clean up also encourages a sense of teamwork and partnership..