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Our Programming

Indoor Free Play:

  • Develop children’s creativity and their imagination through free play and loose parts

  • Develop dexterity, and other physical attributes utilizing age appropriate activities

  • Encourages children to interact with the world around them through a theme-based curriculum

  • Help children conquer their fears and build their confidence

  • Teach children to work in groups to learn to share and resolve conflicts

  • Provide opportunities to develop decision-making skills

  • Drawing, coloring, painting, cutting, and gluing

Outdoor Free Play:

  • Playing on playground equipment, climbing, swinging, and running

  • Encourage exploration of surroundings including parks, creeks etc.

  • Introduction to sports, wildlife, and organized group play

  • Experiencing all 4 season’s weather, temperatures, and seasonal activities

Circle Time:

  • Fingerplays, chants, rhymes, songs, play rhythm instruments, read a story, and participate in movement and relaxation activities.

  • Group or Circle time provides a time for listening, developing attention span, promoting oral communication, and learning new concepts and skills.


Supporting Our Children:



  • Support and develop the child’s self-esteem through showing affection. Hug, cuddle, read, and talk with them throughout the day

  • Encourage children to try new things

  • Creating opportunities for children to play with other children of varying ages

  • Discuss and share our emotions or feelings such as excitement, anger, frustration and distress.


  •  Focus on the child’s social development through group and 1 on 1 interactions.

  • The ability to communicate and share in experiences develops trust and the ability to understand each individual needs

  • Provide a safe place to express themselves physically, socially, and emotionally


  • In line with British Columbia’s Active Play Standards of Practice, a minimum of 60 minutes will be spent outside each day, weather permitting.

  • Gross motor development will include balance, coordination, and loco motor skills

  • Fine motor skills are developed through activities that include drawing, writing, zipping, gluing etc.

  • Both facilitated and unfacilitated play are part of the curriculum

Intellectual/ Cognitive:

  • Practice alphabet, counting, shapes and numbers utilizing age appropriate activities

  • Sing, dance, play and explore new places or things

  • Ask questions and provide choice


  • Helping children make connections, understanding meaning, sharing feelings and needs, connecting with others, processing new information, solving problems, and understanding society's expectations

  • Share languages from other places

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