Heaven's Garden Children's Place

Daily Schedule

 

Daily Schedule

 

6:30-8:30AM Children begin to arrive/ Hands washed/Child Directed Activity

8:30AM 

BREAKFAST is served

9:00-9:15AM Toileting/Diapering/Wash hands  

9:30-10:30AM Group Time: 

Morning prayer and pledge of allegiance, 

Bible Story, 

ABC Music & Me, and follow up activity.

 

 

10:30 –11:30AM Out-door Time weather permitting – no precipitation and temps between 25 –90 degrees F this includes wind chill factors and heat index.  

11:30AM Prepare for Lunch:  Children visit the bathroom & wash hands. While I prepare lunch, they may look at books, or watch a preschool appropriate program or DVD/video. 

12:00 - 12:30PM LUNCH is served

12:30-12:45PM Child Directed Play

12:45PM Bathroom/Hand washing/Brush teeth

1:00-3:15PM Quiet-Time/Story time –( Children either nap or rest quietly on their mats while quiet music or audio story is played)   

3:15PM Toileting/Diapering/Hand washing & SNACK is served  

3:30-4:30PM Children leave at staggered times to go home:  Outside Play (weather permitting – see above) Under certain weather conditions: A child may choose an activity.  The very young children have a teacher directed activity.

*Times are General and not set in stone. Children like to know what to expect next, however, there are times when we like a little spontaneity (i.e.: when construction vehicles are working outside or some other unexpected fun learning experience) QUIET TIME is not negotionalble.

Grace is recited before each meal. I elect to use a non-denominational prayer before meals thanking GOD for all that he provides us.

**Infants are always fed & put down for nap according to their needs. ** However we do work towards scheduling their routine when possible.

 

HGCP follows Developmentally Appropriate Practices
in creating its environment and program & uses Preschool First - an online, play based curriculum and assessment resource for infants, toddlers, and preschoolers.  It is aligned to state Pre-K early learning standards and the Head Start Outcomes Framework. Supports NAEYC guidelines and developmental milesones from the AAP.


"Young children learn best through direct sensory encounters and not through a formal academic process.
Learning should be the outcome of hands-on experience, especially play."
~National Association for the
Education of Young Children (NAEYC)

 

 

Daily Activities:

  Pledge of Allegiance

Calendar &Weather

Christian Faith Encouraged

Bible Based Toys, Games, Puzzles & Songs

Prayers at Meals and Snacks

ASL 

Alphabet Fun

Shapes and Colors

Numbers and Counting

Pre-Reader Preparation

Reading and Language

Creative Art and Writing

Music, Movement and Exercise

Number and Math Concepts

Social Appreciation of Earth and People

Science Experiments & Gardening

Food & Cooking Creations

 

 

 

 


 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Testimonials

  • "Thank You for being such an inspiring teacher to Joseph and Sophia. You have such a positive influence on them. It makes the days go by much easier knowing they are in your care..."
    Chrissy Pulman
    Teacher
  • " This is a place you can leave your kids and feel they are safe, secure and learning in a fun way!! Nutritious meals as well!! My boys love Miss Marianne and I do too"
    Margie Morris
    RN