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Sample Daily Schedule

TIME
ACTIVITY
GOAL(S)
6:30-8:30
 
Arrivals
Quiet Play
-Feel comfortable & adjust to environment
-Health Check
-Table Top and Cognitive Activities
8:30-9:00
 
Handwashing & Snack
Free Play (when done eating)
-Self-Care & Hygiene
-Healthy Eating Habits
9:00-10:00
 
Free Play
-Choice Making
-Teacher and Child-Directed Activities
-Gross and Fine Motor Skills
-Cognitive Skills
-Social & Problem-Solving Skills
10:00-10:15
 
Toiletting
Dressing for Outdoors
-Independence encouraged with Toileting and Dressing Skills
10:15-11:15
 
Outdoor Play
-Fresh Air
-Enjoyment of Nature
-Social Skills
-Gross Motor Skills
11:15-11:30
 
Undressing
Toiletting
-Independence encouraged with Toiletting and Dressing Skills
11:30-11:45
 
Circle Time
-Large Group Teacher Directed Activity
-Social Skills
-Music and Movement Activities
-Turn-taking and sharing
11:45-12:30
 
Handwashing
Lunch
-Self-Care & Hygiene
-Healthy Eating Habits
-Social Skills
-Manners
12:30-2:30
 
Toiletting
Nap Time
-Children are required to rest for a reasonable period of time, but not required to sleep. Quiet activities are available for those who are awake before others. i.e. quiet books, puzzles done while sitting on cots.
2:30-3:00
 
Handwashing
Snack
-Self-Care & Hygiene
-Healthy Eating Habits
3:00-3:45
 
Rotating Small Group Circles
Clean-up for end of day
-Small Group Circles concentrate on cognitive skills such as numbers, letters, discussion of daily activities, reading books
3:45-4:00
 
Toiletting
Dressing for Outdoors
-Independence encouraged with Toileting and Dressing Skills
4:00-5:00
 
Outdoor Play
-Fresh Air
-Enjoyment of Nature
-Social Skills
-Gross Motor Skills
5:00-5:30
 
Indoor Quiet Play
Departures
-Table Top and Cognitive Activities
-Discuss child’s day with parents

 
Link to Information on Child's Paradise Day Care Centre Daily Programming
Table Top and Cognitive Play
Self-Help and Hygiene Routine
Books and Quiet Time
Lunch and Snack Times
Dramatic Play and Housekeeping Area
Choice-making and Free Play
Sand, Water, and Sensory Play
Sleep and Rest Time