Our Curriculum & Daily Schedules

Infant Schedule


Arrival / Morning Greeting / Free Choice

Breakfast

Playing in a Group to Social Skills / Language

Bible Time

Play on Floor / One on One Time

Outdoor Play with Friends / Gross Motor Activities

Baby Choice of Activity / Free Play

Lunch

Story Time / Literacy

Baby Naptime / Quiet Play Time

Music / Songs / Fingerplays / Rhymes

Afternoon Snack

Outdoor Play

Sign Language

Play on Floor / One on One Time

Creative Play

Story Time

Prepare for Mom and Dad / Pick up / Free Choice

* Note: Infants schedules are determined based on individual development, need and temperament.
* Infants eat and sleep on demand as needed throughout the day.
* Infants are diapered every hour or as needed.

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Toddler Schedule


Arrival / Good Morning to Friends / Open Centers

Breakfast / Free Play

Music & Movement

Outdoor Time with Friends / Gross Motor Activities

Bible Time

Small Group

Large Group

Lunch

Art Room

Story Time / Literacy

Naptime / Quiet Play Time

Afternoon Snack

Story Time

Outdoor Play with Friends / Gross Motor Activities

Free Play

Small Group

Prepare for Mom and Dad / Pick up / Open Centers

* Note: Routine care happens throughout the day as needed and includes: diapering, toileting, and napping.
* Toileting is based on individual child’s needs / schedules.
* Although times are designated, this is a “rolling” schedule. Transition activities are not a required part of routine that must follow timelines. These are suggestions of activities to keep children entertained and assist them through transitions. Children should not be prepped and waiting for the next item on the schedule to begin.

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Two’s Schedule


Arrival / Good Morning to Friends / Open Centers

Breakfast / Free Play

Large group

Art Room

Small Group

Bible Time

Outdoor Play with Friends / Gross Motor Activities

Music

Lunch

Free Play

Story Time / Literacy

Naptime / Quiet Play Time

Afternoon Snack

Languages / Large Group

Free Play

Outdoor Play with Friends / Gross Motor Activities

Creative Play

Story Time

Prepare for Mom and Dad / Pick up / Open Centers

* Note: Routine care happens throughout the day as needed and includes: diapering, toileting, and napping.
* Toileting is based on individual child’s needs / schedules.
* Although times are designated, this is a “rolling” schedule. Transition activities are not a required part of routine that must follow timelines. These are suggestions of activities to keep children entertained and assist them through transitions. Children should not be prepped and waiting for the next item on the schedule to begin.

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Three’s Schedule


Arrival / Good Morning to Friends / Small Group Play

Breakfast / Free Play

Large Group

Small Group

Bible Time

Center Time

Outdoor Play with Friends / Gross Motor Activities

Lunch Time

Music & Movement

Story Time

Naptime / Quiet Play Time

Afternoon Snack

Art

Languages / Large Group

Outdoor Play with Friends / Gross Motor Activities

Small Group

Large Group

Story Time

Prepare for Mom and Dad / Pick up / Small Group Play

* Note: Toileting is based on individual child’s needs / schedules.
* Although times are designated, this is a “rolling” schedule. Transition activities are not a required part of routine that must follow timelines. These are suggestions of activities to keep children entertained and assist them through transitions. Children should not be prepped and waiting for the next item on the schedule to begin.

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Four’s Schedule


Arrival / Good Morning to Friends / Small Group Play

Breakfast / Free Play

Large Group

Bible Time

Languages / Large Group

Outdoor Play with Friends / Gross Motor Activities

Center Time

Small Group

Lunch

Story Time / Literacy

Naptime / Quiet Play Time

Afternoon Snack

Music & Movement

Art

Story Time

Outdoor Play with Friends / Gross Motor Activities

Small Group

Prepare for Mom and Dad -Pick up / Small Group Play

* Note: Toileting is based on individual child’s needs / schedules.
* Although times are designated, this is a “rolling” schedule. Transition activities are not a required part of routine that must follow timelines. These are suggestions of activities to keep children entertained and assist them through transitions. Children should not be prepped and waiting for the next item on the schedule to begin.