Daily schedule for children?

  • Jiwan

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    January 25, 2023 at 12:35 am

    Some of the things needed are stacking blocks, dramatic play area with props, clothing and furniture, dolls that accurately reflect cultural groups, squeeze toys, filling and dumping containers, musical instruments, books, felt boards.

  • Francisca

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    January 27, 2023 at 1:18 am

    WHEN CREATING AN AGENDA ITS IMPORTANT TO HAVE ACTIVITIES THAT WILL ENGAGE BOTH THE CHILD AND TEACHERS AND INCORPORATE DESIGNS LIKE ARTWORK TO THE AGENDA THAT WILL HELP CATCH THE EYE OF THE CHILD. ALSO HAVING IN BETWEEN TIME, TIME RESTRICTIONS WHEN IT COMES TO CLEANING OR PREPARING FOR THE NEXT TIME STAMP

  • Kaylea

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    January 29, 2023 at 8:48 pm

    I think my number one tip is to block out chunks of time that are about 20-25 minutes each. Having a mix of work and play allow the children to stay interested in the staff-initiated activities. My other tip is to stick with the schedule as much as possible as possible. A small revision may need to happen on a day-to-day basis, but children can and will recognize that the schedule has been altered and is not consistent.

  • Krista

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    January 30, 2023 at 3:43 am

    Plan the schedule by first separating out all the different activities and consider the time frame needed to do those activities. Next, put the necessary tasks in the schedule first (check in/out, snacks/meals, naps, hygiene, indoor/outdoor), then fill in the rest of the activities based on the energy level needed for the activities (quiet activities before/after nap, etc.).

  • yaqin

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    January 30, 2023 at 7:45 pm

    我认为让孩子们参与制定每日时间表、计划一些有趣的活动并计划早餐和午餐时间是件好事。外出/娱乐时间也应该计划好,而且时间合适。我认为让孩子们参与制定每日时间表、计划一些有趣的活动并计划早餐和午餐时间是件好事。外出/娱乐时间也应该计划好,而且时间合适。

  • Catlyn

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    February 1, 2023 at 8:29 pm

    Plan around the meal times. Those times do not change, in a center it is important to schedule outdoor times and restroom time with the rest of the classrooms. A good schedule is class management. When deciding activities think about what else is happening during the day. Perhaps avoid intense learning activities right before nap time and do them when the children are well rested.

  • Jasmin

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    February 3, 2023 at 4:49 am

    When creating a schedule we need to think about the age group of children. Then, we can set up stations that will be held at different times. Circle time, Art, Reading, Dancing, Lunch, Outside time, Nap time, Snack time we can set up all those activities throughout the day.

  • Nicole

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    February 4, 2023 at 7:23 pm

    Establish and keep a general schedule for each day, within each time block have a list of resources and activities to choose from that fit that activity. Track which activities are used, when, and how often to ensure variety while also tracking engagement and enjoyment of the children.

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