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Our Rhythm

Children thrive in a strong rhythm. In a world that is often hectic and unpredictable, giving a child a rhythm to depend on is the foundation of security, wellness, and optimal development. Ms. Stacie

Daily Rhythm

-8:00-8:30 Drop-off

-Creative Indoor Play

-Snack Preparation: chop soup vegetables, make bread, chop apples for oatmeal, and help make yellow rice

-Morning Circle: Good morning song and daily job review

-Art Expression: Painting, drawing, fiber  arts, play-dough, seasonal crafts

-Snack: See menu below

-Reading: Sharing books from our class library with friends

-Movement Circle: Journey circle, bean bags, instruments and music

-Feed the Bunnies

-Outdoor Play & Gardening

-Storytelling or Puppet Story

12:00 Half-day preschoolers go home

Full-day children


-Storybook & Harp

-Rest Time

-Afternoon Snack & Tea

-Child's Choice: Art, play, sewing, weaving, finger-knitting, purposeful work

3:00-3:30 Full-day preschoolers go home 

Weekly Rhythm

Monday: Beeswax creations

Tuesday:  Make play-dough

Wednesday: Drawing: Crayon, colored pencil, or chalk

Thursday: Chop soup vegetables, bake bread, Fiber arts and seasonal crafts

Friday: Chop apples, painting

"The smallest thing in its rightful place can lead to the highest goals." R. Steiner


Snack Menu

The children help prepare the snacks everyday. Almost all ingredients are organic and ALL are non-GMO. In addition, all food served is gluten-free and with vegan options.


Yellow rice with optional toppings:
golden raisins, peanuts, coconut, and greens (cilantro and green onions)


Yogurt with fresh fruit, granola, and coconut


Vegetable soup with gluten-free focaccia bread and butter


Gluten-free pancakes with maple syrup


Fruit Crisp

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