Frequently Asked Questions
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HOW TO ENROLL
Every day is different, but please enjoy looking over our schedule below to get a general idea of all the fun and learning that happens each preschool day.
15 min. – Welcome, Table Time
We are so excited for everyone to arrive! We take off our backpacks and get right to working on fine motor skills such as beading, manipulatives, cutting, gluing, writing our names, playdoh, etc.
25 min. – Opening Circle Time
We gather together at the circle rug to work on our cognitive, social, language, and gross motor skills with our sharing time, calendar, weather, and job helpers. We sing and move our bodies to get our wiggles out before school time with music & movement.
60 min. – Discovery Center Time
We discuss/review the current theme and new or unfamiliar centers around the room. Discovery is often known as “Free Play” or “Play Time.” Our many centers include Dramatic Play, Sensory, Art, Building, Literacy, Writing, Engineering, and Science. We work on social, emotional, and language skills such as using our words, taking turns, being patient, negotiating conflicts, etc. In addition, our teacher brings over small groups or works 1-on-1 with building cognitive skills (colors, shapes, letters, sounds, numbers, counting, etc.) based on each child’s level.
25 min. – Recess
Our playground areas include play structures, swings, slides, a sand table, balls, a garden, and more! You’ll think we’re just playing, but we’re actually working on our social, emotional, language, and gross motor skills as we run, jump, climb, swing, and create games.
15 min. – Snack Time
We love working on our cognitive, social, language, and fine motor skills as we pour, measure, sort, count, chat, and enjoy eating together.
25 min. – Closing Circle
We head back to the circle rug to work on our cognitive skills with story time and Handwriting Without Tears curriculum, social and language skills with discussing what we’ve learned, and emotional skills with getting ready to go home.