3-5 yr Full Day Program

3-5 yr Full Day Program

Many families appreciate a full-day program for their child as an opportunity for early learning, socialization and general life skills.  Others see full day care as a necessity, as many households rely on two incomes.  Regardless of your situation, it is helpful for young children to learn skills such as getting along with others, adaptability and following instructions. Combine that with some early learning, and children will be on the road to kindergarten readiness.

The full day daycare program is available for the entire day that the campus is open.   Parents that require less care than a full day, can check out our Preschool  program or Junior Kindergaren.

Typical Day

This schedule is a basic framework for daily planning, as our emergent curriculum teaching style is based on the children’s interests and passions for that day or week.  Teacher and program flexibility is the guiding principle.The day’s activities are planned with specific learning outcomes in mind. For example:

Learning Outcome


Arrival.  Greeting of parent & child

Transition from home to school:  child learns to be comfortable with other children/adults and is happy to stay. Develops self-esteem,  personal awareness, social skills

Clean-up time

Teaches responsibility

Early Learning Circle

Early Learning: calendar, weather, phonics, early French

Toilet and hand washing routine

Develops confidence and self-help skills, importance of hygiene

Snacks & Lunch

Socialization, manners, nutrition, healthy habits

Neighbourhood walk, outdoor active play

Promotes physical health, motor skills, socialization

Quiet Time: resting, reading, quiet activities

Learning to rest, relax and spend quiet time alone

Emergent Curriculum Circle

Early Learning, cognitive development, learning to listen to the teacher and participate in an orderly fashion

Classroom free choice: puzzles, dramatic play, small group activities

Cognitive development, social and problem solving skills,    emotional development

Parent/guardian pick-up

Transition to home and talking about day’s events