Answers: I school special ed. preschool, but also worked in several daytime care centers. These days kids are getting pushed at faster ages to learn to read and write, and I enjoy issues with that.
We enjoy 3-6 year olds in our program. Our program mostly focuses on self-needs and social interaction. The social interaction desires to develope before adjectives the ABC and 123 skills.
A good preschool program requirements to have plenty of free-play.
Children can interact next to each other, develope problem solving skills, speech and terminology. There also needs to be organized distraction which includes, fine and gross motor sills, ( puzzles, and large body movement) music and art. They also obligation some down time looking at books, ect.
I hope some of this information is helpful.
Nap time, story time eating/ snack time, some art time
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