Surely on many occasions, you have heard the importance of children having a series of routines. Since this helps them in their developments, in addition to feeling more comfortable and relaxed . Just like at home, in nursery schools and nurseries babies also have "schedules and routines" that help
Surely on many occasions, you have heard the importance of children having a series of routines. Since this helps them in their developments, in addition to feeling more comfortable and relaxed. Just like at home, in nursery schools and nurseries babies also have "schedules and routines" that help them anticipate events and stimulate their learning. How routines are in daycare for babies Por - Therefore, early childhood education centers and nurseries are based on a series of routines that children will learn and understand very quickly.
Not all day care centers are organized in the same way as there is no general rule. They will be the criteria of each of the educators of each class along with the direction and ideology of the center.
- The routines with which we started the course, will be changing little by little , as they grow, especially in the type of games and activities to be carried out. Although there are things that will not change, such as nap time, lunch time ... These schedules should be set according to the children in a class.
- It is possible that one year, most of the children, enter at 8 in the morning, and the following year they may enter after 9. Therefore, we should know our class well before definitively marking the schedulesIn addition, children are the ones who will mark the changes if they need them. Not all classes are the same. Like every child is totally different from the others.
- Another curious fact that can change the schedule, is the city where we are.In large cities, due to distances and jobs, children usually enter the nursery earlier than, for example, in smaller cities.
- We can find a large number of different classroom organizations. We are going to see a very simple schedule with the hours and activities that are repeated in all the classes and in all the centers. Routine example of children in a daycare This would be a schedule for any day of a daycare or nursery school:
7 am - Sleep. 8 am - Free play or even sleep, depending on the child and age. 9.30 am - It is a very good time to start with the assembly.
10 am - Free time. Toilet according to the needs.
10.15 am - Activities, individual games.
10.45 am - Free play, toilet according to needs.
11.00 am - Activities, group games.
11.45 am - Free game. We take this opportunity to observe the behavior and interaction of the children among them.
12.20 pm - We're going to sit down to eat.
12.30 pm - To eat.
13.00 pm - Toilet.
13.10 pm - Siesta.
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