|Little Lambs Christian Daycare
Elk Grove, California
|We don't have any openings at this time, please call for future
|Curriculum used at Little Lambs Christian Daycare
Mother Goose Time
Through Mother Goose, we practice daily activities
such as numbers, letters, colors,and shapes to
further our learning and fun. Mother Goose is an
Award Winning Early Learning Curriculum and now
has a Christian Supplement that ties the monthly
themes to Bible stories to create well rounded
lessons for the children.
|We try to play outdoors as much as possible to enjoy that
California sun. The program we follow includes many
activities and we supplement those with many more... The
backyard can accommodate a lot of running and has a
circular path to use bikes, etc.
|6am-7am Arrival / Free Play|
|7am-7:45am breakfast / clean up|
|7:45am-8:30am school run / free play|
|8:30am-9:00am lesson part 1 (numbers, letters, colors, shapes)|
|9:00am-9:30am lesson part 2 (weekly subject matter, organized games)|
|10:00am-10:45am outside / inside play|
|10:45am-11:30am school run / project|
|11:30am-12:00pm free play|
|12:00pm-12:15pm Bible review/prayer|
|12:45pm-2:00pm Quiet time / nap|
|2:00pm-3:00pm School run / Sesame Street|
|3:30pm-4:15pm free play|
|4:15pm-4:45pm reading time|
|5:00pm-6:00pm free play|
|Occasionally, we will go for what the children feel are "field trips"
to a park or playground. I will always give you advanced notice of
these and will always carry my phone in case you need to reach us.
Daily, during school, we are transporting children to and from
school. Numerous car games and silly songs accompany us
wherever we go. We are in a constant state of discovery.
Should we ever wish to go to a museum or zoo, it will be when
none of the children are in school and I will discuss the possibility
with all the parents before making a decision.
|Our Daily Schedule is not set in stone. Depending on the track we are
on, we may not be making a school run that day, or we may have
children in the afternoon kindergarten needing picked up. Sometimes
the children want more free time to run and less project time. But,
since children need some sort of structure, for the majority of the time,
this is our schedule: