Listed below are some examples of activities in which children will be participating during the day.
- Circle time is a wonderful time for children to listen to each other, practicing their listening, focusing and direction following skills, and their ability to take turns.
- At the art table, children are working on fine motor development. The goal is for the experience to be open ended and children are encouraged to have fun and experiment--each creating an individual piece.
- The block area includes many different types of blocks and building materials, animals, people, cars and trucks.
- Manipulative table's activities are changed daily and throughout the day. The manipulatives are all age appropriate and include puzzles, Legos and other small building materials, alphabet blocks, mazes, lacing beads, hammer and pegs, matching games, etc.
- In the dramatic play area children develop self-expression of feelings, ideas, and experiences, social interaction and cooperation.
- While outdoors children develops large muscle skills through running, climbing, bike riding, balancing, jumping, and swinging, independence, social interaction skills and problem solving skills.