Below is a sample of what a preschooler's day might look like. To minimize the number of children on the yard at one time, one preschool class will begin their day inside and the other outside.
|8:00-8:45 am||Children Arrive. Outdoors and indoors the day is beginning with the work of preparing food, folding laundry and greeting friends.|
|8:45-10:00 am||Outdoor Play and Walk. Children play in our lovely preschool yard. They dig in the sand to find treasures, swing and climb in the trees and enjoy nature. We walk, skip and jump over our grassy campus, often paying a visit to our chickens or the nearby duck pond.|
|10:00-10:30 am||Healthy Snack. All of the nutritious food provided is organically grown, seasonal and local when possible.|
|10:30-11:30 am||Indoor Free Play. Children play in the classroom. It is during this time an activity will be offered such as painting, drawing, baking or a seasonal craft.|
|11:30-11:45 am||Clean Up. We all work together to clean up our room. Many hands make light work!|
|11:45 am-12:00 pm||Puppet Show or Circle Time. We enjoy a puppet show the teacher has created, teacher-led songs, activities and joyful movement together in a circle.|
Lunch. We all sit together to enjoy the lunch we prepared at school.
|12:20-12:40 pm||Clean Up and Free Play. Clean up from lunch and free play to end the day.|
Parents Arrive. Children are received outside.
Optional aftercare begins at 12:45 p.m. and ends at 5:30 p.m. for families who need full-time care