Why a schedule?

Our daily schedule is designed to promote children’s development through educational play-based programs and engaging learning activities. Play is important for children’s growth and development. Children learn best by discovering and exploring things by themselves. They gain better comprehension and skills as well as new ideas through play.  Our schedule aims to meet the needs of every child by providing a balanced routine that maximizes their learning experience through play.

Children learn to organize ideas and become more flexible when solving problems while playing. Their attention span also improves and they learn to convey their needs, feelings and thoughts to other people. We made sure that our daily schedule would provide them with a lot of time to play in a safe, healthy and rich learning environment.

7:30 - 8:45 | Morning Breakfast

Children will practice table, social and language skills, improve their confidence, become more independent and learn about nutrition.

8:45 - 9:00 | Wash Hands / Going to the Bathroom

After eating, children will wash their hands or go to the bathroom and get ready for circle time.

9:00 – 9:40 | Circle Time / Music & Movement

Children will learn new materials, music and movement. They will develop important skills such as practicing patience and taking turns to prepare them for school.

9:40 – 10:40 | Academics / Art Time

Learning activities in basic math, music, art, and science improve the children’s knowledge. This includes numbers, letters, colors, shapes, and sizes.

10:40 -10:55 | Wash Hands / Getting Ready for Lunch

Children will then wash their hands and get ready for lunch.

11:00 - 11:45 | Lunch Time / Outside Activities

Lunch is the best time to let the children enjoy the company of other kids in a relaxed and happy atmosphere. This activity promotes good manners, decision-making skills, motor skills and self-help.

11:50 – 12:25 | Reading Time

Children will wash hands, go to the bathroom and get ready for nap time. They can also read story books. Reading promotes pre-reading skills and imagination. It also develops their love for reading.

12:30 - 2:30 | Nap Time

The growing bodies of children need time to rest and their minds needs time to absorb all the information they learn.

2:30 – 2:55 | Go to the Bathroom / Getting Ready for Snack Time

Children are given 5 minutes to go the bathroom and get ready for snack time.

3:00 - 3:30 | Snack Time

Children will enjoy healthy snacks with their friends.

3:00 - 3:30 | Come Back Inside

After eating, children have to wash their hands or go to the bathroom and come back inside.

3:45 - 5:30 | Free Play

Free play is important for their learning as it forms the foundation of social, emotional, intellectual and physical skills needed for their success not only in school, but also in life. It allows them to practice their social skills, solve problems and use their creativity. They can watch educational movies or play with toys.