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Our Schedule



Infant Schedule (newborn to 9 months old): At this age babies have their own schedule, so we follow their own sleep/eat schedule as needed. We add stretch, motor skills development activities, and tummy time to our daily schedule between nap & feeding time.
*All our cribs has an individual camera where we watch closely how your baby is doing during naps, the exact time when they fall asleep/woke up, and all this information will be posted to you daily in the Brightwheel app.


Young Toddlers (10+ months old) / Toddler Schedule:
8:00: Drop Off / Free to Play
8:25: Potty time / Wash our hands
8:30: Bottles / Breakfast
9:00: Clean Up / Potty Time / Diaper change
9:10: 1st Nap (For babies that still take 2 naps a day)
9:15: Outdoor Activities (Weather Permit):  Playground, Gardening, Drawing with chalks, Water toys, Bicycles, Outdoor activities, and games, Balls… or Jungle gym (Our indoor gym)
10:30: Arts & crafts, Playdoh, Painting, Cooking, Didactic Activities: Alphabet/Shapes/Numbers...
11:00 Cleanup/Washing Hands/Diaper Change
11:10: Lunchtime
11:45 -12:00: Clean up/Potty Time/ Diaper change
12:15: Story Time
12:30: Nap time for everyone / 2nd Nap for babies who still take 2 naps
*At this time, under 2-year-olds are placed in their cribs, and over 2-year-olds are all placed in their cot in their nap room for quiet/nap time. Teachers are checking on the kids as they sleep at all times.
Kids who will not fall asleep will still have one hour of quiet time, during which they will be directed to quiet activities such as reading books, coloring, and puzzles.

3:00: Wake up time for kiddos that are still asleep
3:05:  Cleanup/Potty Time/Diaper change
3:15: Pm snack 
3:45: Circle time/Music time/Dance time/ Jungle gym 
4:15: Free to Play
5:00: Parents Pick up

 *Diapers are checked throughout the day and changed as needed, not only at diaper changes on the schedule
  *Potty Trainers will be asked to go potty as often as 1 X per hour to try to go potty.

 *We (Kids and teachers) wash our hands pretty often: Before/After meals, after potty time/diapers, after playing outside, crafts activities, or any other time as needed.
 

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