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DAILY SCHEDULE

PRE-K


8:00 Learning Centers (Includes the following…)

1. Home


2. Blocks

  1. Library/Listening

  2. Science

  3. Math

  4. Art – Free Choice or independent art work

  5. Games

  6. Readiness – Works with teacher individually on Learning Goals

8:45 Group


9:45 Outside Play
10:15 Clean up from outside
10:30 Lunch
11:00 Story/Songs/Fingerplays
12:00 Rest
2:00 Snack
2:15 Learning Centers (Repeat from morning)

Art – Works with teacher in small groups


3:00 Group (Repeat from morning) /Art/Music
3:45 Outside Play
4:30 Story/Songs/Fingerplays
5:00 Home

READINESS CONCEPTS


Big – Little Numerals – Name/Write

Classifying (Sorting) Ordinal Numbers

Coins Over - Under

Color Pattern

Counting Position

Closed – Open Push - Pull

Cutting Rough - Smooth

Days of week Same - Different

Designs Seeing

Direction Sequence (Time)

Front – Back Sets (How many?)

Happy – Sad Shapes

Hard – Soft Sink - Float

Hearing – Sound Smelling

Heavy – Light Solid - Liquid

High – Low Sounds of Letters

Hot – Cold Stand - Sit

In – Out Stop - Go

Letters – Name/Write Tasting

Lines – Straight/Curved Temperature

Long – Short Top- Bottom

Months of year Touch

More – Less Up - Down

Name – Recognize/Write

LEARNING CENTERS

Home


Blocks

Library/Listening

Science

Math


Art

Games


Readiness



  • Children work at arts/crafts as independently or with help as needed.




  • Children work independently at games or with help as needed. These games must be checked for accuracy.




  • The teacher or aide works at the readiness table working on learning goals and doing papers.




  • Children work at the science table on such things as sink – float, direction, measuring, classifying, etc.










  • A couple of children do a group game such as lotto, dominoes, picture cards, etc. or work individually with a folder game, etc.

TRANSITIONS

Hold up shape, letter, numeral, color, etc. for each child to name before lining up, going to snack/lunch tables, etc.
Sing directions. ____, wash your hands. _____, sit down. _____, line up. _____, go to the bathroom, etc.

Give each child a numeral card. Ask child who has first numeral to bring it to you and tell you what it is. Then, ask child with next numeral to do same, etc.

DAILY SCHEDULE

Toddlers

8:00 Learning Centers (Includes the following…)

(Play & interact w/ children)

1. Home


2. Blocks

  1. Games/Puzzles

8:30 Clean Up


8:40 Diapers/Storytime/Books
9:00 Outside Play
9:30 Clean up from outside
9:45 Group or Circle Time/Art – Group 1
10:15 Music/Movement
10:30 Lunch (Diapers and Clean Up)

11:00 Songs/Fingerplays/Nursery Rhymes/Picture Books


11:15 Storytime/Books
11:40 Prepare for Nap
12:00 Rest
2:00 Snack (Diapers and Clean Up)

2:15 Songs/Fingerplays/Nursery Rhymes/Picture Books


2:30 Outside Play
3:00 Clean up from outside
3:15 Group or Circle Time/Art – Group 2
3:45 Music/Movement
4:00 Learning Centers (Repeat from morning)

4:30 Clean up


4:45 Songs/Fingerplays/Nursery Rhymes/Picture Books
5:00 Get Ready to Go Home
5:30 Storytime/Books

READINESS CONCEPTS


Big – Little Numerals – Name/Write

Classifying (Sorting) Ordinal Numbers

Coins Over - Under

Color Pattern

Counting Position

Closed – Open Push - Pull

Cutting Rough - Smooth

Days of week Same - Different

Designs Seeing

Direction Sequence (Time)

Front – Back Sets (How many?)

Happy – Sad Shapes

Hard – Soft Sink - Float

Hearing – Sound Smelling

Heavy – Light Solid - Liquid

High – Low Sounds of Letters

Hot – Cold Stand - Sit

In – Out Stop - Go

Letters – Name/Write Tasting

Lines – Straight/Curved Temperature

Long – Short Top- Bottom

Months of year Touch

More – Less Up - Down

Name – Recognize/Write

LEARNING CENTERS

Home


Blocks

Library/Listening

Science

Math


Art

Games


Readiness



  • Children work at arts/crafts as independently or with help as needed.




  • Children work independently at games or with help as needed. These games must be checked for accuracy.




  • The teacher or aide works at the readiness table working on learning goals and doing papers.




  • Children work at the science table on such things as sink – float, direction, measuring, classifying, etc.




  • Children work independently in the block area with blocks, cars, etc.




  • Children work independently in the home area dressing up, cooking, etc.




  • A couple of children do a group game such as lotto, dominoes, picture cards, etc. or work individually with a folder game, etc.

TRANSITIONS

Hold up shape, letter, numeral, color, etc. for each child to name before lining up, going to snack/lunch tables, etc.
Sing directions. ____, Wash your hands. _____, Sit down. _____, Line up. _____, Go to the bathroom, etc.
Give each child a numeral card. Ask child who has first numeral to bring it to you and tell you what it is. Then, ask child with next numeral to do same, etc.

DAILY SCHEDULE

Two-Year Olds

8:00 Learning Centers (Includes the following…)

1. Home

2. Blocks

3. Puzzles/Games/Manipulatives


  1. Readiness – Works with teacher individually on Learning Goals

8:30 Circle Time

8:45 Songs/Fingerplays

9:00 Music/Dance/Exercise

(Diaper Changes/Bathroom)


9:30 Outside Play
10:15 Wash hands/Drink
10:30 Lunch
11:00 Music/Dance/Exercise

(Diaper Changes/Bathroom )


11:30 Storytime
12:00 Rest/Nap
2:00 Snack

(Diaper Changes/Bathroom)


2:30 Group Art
3:00 Outside Play
3:45 Wash hands/Drink
4:00 Learning Centers (Repeat from morning)
4:30 Get ready to go home
5:00 TV room

READINESS CONCEPTS


Big – Little Numerals – Name/Write


Classifying (Sorting) Ordinal Numbers

Coins Over - Under

Color Pattern

Counting Position

Closed – Open Push - Pull

Cutting Rough - Smooth

Days of week Same - Different

Designs Seeing

Direction Sequence (Time)

Front – Back Sets (How many?)

Happy – Sad Shapes

Hard – Soft Sink - Float

Hearing – Sound Smelling

Heavy – Light Solid - Liquid

High – Low Sounds of Letters

Hot – Cold Stand - Sit

In – Out Stop - Go

Letters – Name/Write Tasting

Lines – Straight/Curved Temperature

Long – Short Top- Bottom

Months of year Touch

More – Less Up - Down

Name – Recognize/Write
LEARNING CENTERS

Home


Blocks

Library/Listening

Science

Math


Art

Games


Readiness


  • Children work at arts/crafts as independently or with help as needed.





  • Children work independently at games or with help as needed. These games must be checked for accuracy.




  • The teacher or aide works at the readiness table working on learning goals and doing papers.




  • Children work at the science table on such things as sink – float, direction, measuring, classifying, etc.




  • Children work independently in the block area with blocks, cars, etc.




  • Children work independently in the home area dressing up, cooking, etc.




  • A couple of children do a group game such as lotto, dominoes, picture cards, etc. or work individually with a folder game, etc.

TRANSITIONS

Hold up shape, letter, numeral, color, etc. for each child to name before lining up, going to snack/lunch tables, etc.
Sing directions. ____, wash your hands. _____, sit down. _____, line up. _____, go to the bathroom, etc.
Give each child a numeral card. Ask child who has first numeral to bring it to you and tell you what it is. Then, ask child with next numeral to do same, etc.

DAILY SCHEDULE

Three-Year Olds

8:00 Group (Letter, number, color, shape, nursery rhyme, etc.)


9:15 Outside Play
9:45 Learning Centers (Includes the following…)

1. Home


2. Blocks

  1. Library/Listening

  2. Science

  3. Math

  4. Art – Free Choice or independent art work

  5. Games/Puzzles

  6. Readiness – Works with teacher individually on Learning Goals

10:15 Clean up

10:30 Lunch

11:00 Clean up/Bathroom
11:30 Story/Songs/Fingerplays
12:00 Rest
2:00 Snack
2:30 Learning Centers (Repeat from morning)
Art – Works with teacher in small groups

3:15 Outside Play


3:45 Group(Review from morning)/Art/Music
4:30 Story/Songs/Fingerplays
5:00 Home

READINESS CONCEPTS


Big – Little Numerals – Name/Write


Classifying (Sorting) Ordinal Numbers

Coins Over - Under

Color Pattern

Counting Position

Closed – Open Push - Pull

Cutting Rough - Smooth

Days of week Same - Different

Designs Seeing

Direction Sequence (Time)

Front – Back Sets (How many?)

Happy – Sad Shapes

Hard – Soft Sink - Float

Hearing – Sound Smelling

Heavy – Light Solid - Liquid

High – Low Sounds of Letters

Hot – Cold Stand - Sit

In – Out Stop - Go

Letters – Name/Write Tasting

Lines – Straight/Curved Temperature

Long – Short Top- Bottom

Months of year Touch

More – Less Up - Down

Name – Recognize/Write
LEARNING CENTERS

Home


Blocks

Library/Listening

Science

Math


Art

Games


Readiness



  • Children work at arts/crafts as independently or with help as needed.




  • Children work independently at games or with help as needed. These games must be checked for accuracy.



  • The teacher or aide works at the readiness table working on learning goals and doing papers.





  • Children work at the science table on such things as sink – float, direction, measuring, classifying, etc.




  • Children work independently in the block area with blocks, cars, etc.




  • Children work independently in the home area dressing up, cooking, etc.




  • A couple of children do a group game such as lotto, dominoes, picture cards, etc. or work individually with a folder game, etc.

TRANSITIONS



Hold up shape, letter, numeral, color, etc. for each child to name before lining up, going to snack/lunch tables, etc.
Sing directions. ____, wash your hands. _____, sit down. _____, line up. _____, go to the bathroom, etc.
Give each child a numeral card. Ask child who has first numeral to bring it to you and tell you what it is. Then, ask child with next numeral to do same, etc.


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