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Preschool Program

Our early childhood curriculum is learning theme-based, promoting holistic child development through teacher-led activities and free play. It sparks curiosity with age-appropriate lessons and activities, fostering engagement and enhancing various skills. This approach supports critical thinking, language development, creativity, and community building. Teachers collaboratively plan activities based on monthly theme, weekly focus, and children's interests, catering to diverse learning styles in the classroom.

Daily Schedule

8:00-9:00  Arrival/Greeting and Free-Choice Play

Parents and teachers can talk about the child's physical/emotional status of the day that would help teachers provide individual cares for the child. Children and teachers greet each other in both languages.

9:00-9:30  Indoor Activity

According to the monthly themes, teachers plan and scaffold children to experience different activities, such as making art craft, decorating the classroom, or learning safety education.

9:40-10:10  Circle Time

Teachers develop different activities, targeting children's cognition and socio-emotional development to enhance children's interests of learning.

10:10-10:30  Snack

We encourage parents to prepare fresh, healthy snacks for children.

10:30-11:30  Outdoor Play/Curriculum Activity

During outdoor play time, children are invited to freely join our daily curriculum activity that help them improve their understanding of circle time teaching content. Activity includes scientific experiment, art, group game, etc. Children also have plenty time to foster their muscle development and expend their energy during outdoor free playtime.

11:40-12:00  Story Time/Transition to Lunch

We come back in the house, reading, drawing, playing with puzzles and play dough; and, wait for pickup.

12:00-12:50 Lunch

We encourage parents to prepare children's menu according to their daily nutrition needs. We encourage children to eat on their own.

12:50-3:00 Nap/Quiet Activity

Naps are important to children's physical and emotional development. Children who are above 4.5 years old can have choice of having quiet activities.

3:20-3:40 Music and Movement

We usually sing Chinese songs and dance in the outdoor classroom during afternoon circle time. Children enjoy learning Children songs by dancing together.

3:40-4:00  Snack

We encourage parents to prepare fresh, healthy snacks for children.

4:00-4:50  Outdoor Activity/Group Game

Specially, we lead children to play various group games to both foster their physical development and sense of cooperation and teamwork. 

5:00-6:00  Indoor Quiet Play/Pickup Time 

We come back in the house, reading, drawing, playing with puzzles and play dough; and, wait for pickup.

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