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MGWS is a Waldorf early childhood program. Our focus, in a nutshell, is supporting the young children through a developmentally appropriate program, to engage in the world with the full expressive use of their 'head, heart and hands'. Our curriculum provides experiences focused on crafts, diversity, circle and story time, watercolor painting, baking our daily organic snacks, and caring for the plants and animals on our school's mini-farm.
7:00-welcome kids to daycare. I will have centers set out for each age group. (small activites some learning and some play set up around room) 8:00- clean up the centers that were set out 8:10- circle time (greeting, weather, date, song of the day, story of the day) 9:00- small children take nap, older kids will have free exploration around the room 10:00- Small kids wake up, wash hands and snack time for everyone 10:30- Wash hands from snack time, Outside play (unless weather doesn't allow that then there will be different movement activities set out around room. 11:15- small kids will start to eat lunch as older kids do short table activity reguarding book we read at circle time. 12:00- Small kids will play on floor with set out toys while older kids wash, and eat lunch 12:30-Wash hands, brush teeth, and rest time for all kids 2:30- Start to wake everyone from nap, use bathrooms wash hands and have afternoon snack. 3:15- Free play inside or outside depending on weather and what the children would like to do, and get ready for mom and dad to come pick kids up! 5:00- daycare closes
7:30a.m. arrival 8:30 a.m. breakfast 9:00 / 10:30 a.m. outside/ free play 10:30 a.m. activity 11:00 a.m. lunch 12:00 /2:00 p.m. nap 2:30 p.m. snack 3:00 p.m. to 5:30 p.m. outside/ free play departure
Creative Curriculum, Handwriting Without Tears, Eddie Eagle (gun safety),. I use CSEFEL (for social emotional development), daily routine schedule, field trips, family engagement activities. Please call for more info.
7:00 am Open/Free Play/Breakfast 8:30 am Circle time/Music and Movement/Second Step Curriculum 9:00 am Station/Intentional Learning 10:00 am Snack 10:30 am Outside 11:30 am Lunch/Clean up 12:15 pm Story Time 12:30-2:30 pm Nap 12:30-1:00 pm Quiet book time 1:00-2:30 pm Intentional learning (w/pre-k)/Second Step Curriculum 2:30 pm Snack 3:05 pm BUS 3:15 pm After school Snack/Free play for childcare 3:45 pm Outside 5:00 pm Close I will be offering Universal Preschool in my Home Child Care. I am prequalified. Universal Preschool will be M-F, 8:30-10:30AM, however, I will be offering an all day program for my preschool aged children. I will be differentiating my instruction to meet the needs of all children in my care, birth-5, using the VELS (Vermont Early Learning Standards).
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