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PDF icon Lunch and Learn Enrollment form.


12:00 to 1:30 pm

We are happy to announce our Lunch & Learn program for the 2017 - 2018 school year. At Daytime Playtime we offer an extended learning program for children who would like to stay or need to stay past noon. This program is based on a 6 week session that has a different curriculum than the everyday preschool class. Your child will be able to eat lunch from 12:00 to 12:30 pm then afterwards they will learn about a specific topic and create a craft or do an experiment based on the topic taught. We just ask that the parent packs a lunch for their child, which can be handed to their teacher or handed directly to the office. The class goes from 12:00 pm to 1:30 pm.

SESSION I: September 11th — October 20th
What's Inside the Big Red Tent

SESSION II: October 23rd — December 15th

SESSION III: December 18th — February 2nd
Let's get Messy and Create

SESSION IV: February 5th — March 9th
Exploring Around the World

SESSION V: March 12th — April 27th
Let's Plant a Garden

SESSION VI: April 30th — June 8th
Summer Fun


12:00 to 1:15 pm

Why yoga for my preschooler? Yoga classes give children tools to improve body awareness and coordination, attention and focus, self-esteem, stress management and emotional regulation and cooperation with others. Wanna Play Yoga offers a different approach for kids yoga, by focusing on healthy mind, body and character. Yes! Wanna Play Yoga entertains, engages, and teaches children basic yoga asanas (poses). Your instructor is also an educator who understands that learning through play is essential for preschoolers. Classes include stories, vocabulary development through character words, dramatic play, self-calming techniques, fine/gross motor development and sensory integration. Sign up in the office today!


12:00 to 1:30 pm

Following a Pre-K standards for art, students will understand and apply media, techniques, and processes related to the visual arts. For example, experimenting with a variety of color, textures, and shapes and creating three-dimensional structures and arrangements using concrete materials or manipulatives (e.g., blocks).
Overall, this class will teach children life skills such as developing an informed perception, articulating a vision, learning to solve problems and make decisions, building self-confidence and self-discipline, developing the ability to imagine what might be, and accepting responsibility to complete tasks from start to finish.

"Compelling evidence exists that early arts experience has an impact on all aspects of a child's learning and development."

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