**Children do not need to be potty trained.

**Half day and hourly spaces are available as well 


A typical playschool day includes but is not limited to the following activities and not necessarily in that order. Activities are planned around themes. A monthly calendar is prepared to keep you informed of the day's events and to request any special items the children may need to bring.

8:30-9:30    Children arrive and free-play                                                 

                          -greet the children as they arrive

                          -free to play at any of the various       

                         -centres around the room

                          -craft table 

                          -crafts related to the day's theme

                          -rotating activity floor toys

                          -games, books and puzzles

                          -playhouse, blocks, building toys, vehicles ect.             

9:30-9:45     Am Snack

                          -  children help in preparation of snack and 

                          - clean-up

9:45-10:15   Circle time:

                           -show and tell

                           -weather and calendar

                            -variety of songs or rhymes

                           -themes, special events

                           -Lesson of the day

10:15-11:30  Outside play/ Craft Time

11:30-12:00   Lunch

                           -   talk about food groups and table manners

12:00-1:45     Circle time and crafts

                           -weather and calendar

                            -variety of songs or rhymes

                           -themes, special events

                           -Lesson of the day                    

1:45-2:30     Free Play and Games

                    Craft and or Outside Play (weather permitting)

                    Free-play and Clean-up

At any timeā€¦.

Clean-up time:  children are encouraged to help put toys and the day's activities away

Movement activities: indoor activities to include games, music and movement, parachute games Outdoor play is kept unstructured to allow the freedom to explore, run, be active or just relax in the fresh air. Whenever weather permits, we will take our indoor activities outside. Children will need to be dressed for outside play each day, including extra mitts, warm hats, snow boots, snow suits, extra socks or sun hats, swim suit.

Transition time: to ease flow between activities, teachers often sing songs, play group games or do finger plays. This tends to help children move from one activity into the next