Children have a breakfast that encourages healthy eating and independence. They then choose work or a toy that interests them.
Activities that encourage the development of fine motor skills including stacking, building, stuffing, threading, cutting and pasting, working zippers, buttoning and unbuttoning, puzzles, drawing and coloring
Morning greeting, songs, stories, vocabulary development
Children have a snack that encourages healthy eating and independence.
Children develop gross motor skills and social skills by participating in activities including climbing, sliding, tunnel play, rocking, chasing balls, dancing, pretend play
Arabic letters and numbers, songs, stories, surahs, duas, salaah practice
Weather permitting, children visit the playground for gross motor play. Alternative indoor activities to be substituted in case of rain, snow, or extreme temperatures.
Children eat a healthy lunch in a group setting, encouraging independence and social skills.
Children rest in a calm, peaceful setting
(AM children prepare for dismissal. PM children are greeted and have a snack followed by participation in a fine motor activity)
Children explore their senses by engaging with sensory bins, water play, sand play, slime, playdough, water beads, shaving cream, sensory goop, and finger paint. Every week they also participate in sensory food exploration which encourages them to become comfortable with new foods.
Children have a snack that encourages healthy eating and independence. They then listen to and read books.
Weather permitting, children go for an outdoor walk or stroll.
Children explore different mediums including markers, crayons, color pencils, paint, stamps, and sponges
Curriculum themed sing along song
Children choose a toy or work that interests them and prepare for dismissal.