Schedule for infants are used as a guide for the day. Infants classroom schedules are responsive to individual children’s needs. Infants eat at appropriate intervals based on their indicators to caregivers that they are hungry As infants grow and begin to eat table food their schedules are also change, eventually aligning with the program’s snack and meal schedule. Developmental activities include sensory, large motor (both indoors and outdoors), and small motor activities happen throughout the day as children are interested. Routines, such as diapering, eating, and napping, occur through the day to meet each child’s unique schedule. Diapers and checked every two hours or more frequently as needed.
Greet families, breakfast, developmental activities and experiences.
Snack for older infants, diaper changing, feeding.
Large motor/outside time, developmental activities and experiences (sensory, small motor, music, language), diaper changing, naps as needed.
Lunch for older infants, diaper changing, feeding
Naps, as needed
Snacks for older infants, diaper changing, feeding
Large motor/outside time, developmental activities and experiences, diaper