Now enrolling for Toddlers, Pre-K, and Kindergarten!

Summer Program

MY WORLD Summer Day Care Program and Summer Enrichment Program

With June quickly approaching, the administration and staff are already planning an exciting summer program for infants through kindergarten. We also have a Summer Enrichment Program for children entering grades 1 through 4, which will emphasize math, reading and writing as part of the fun activities. Both programs are 10 week sessions that begin on June 27 and end on August 31. Enrolment for the summer program is open to My World current families through May 15. After that the program will be open community wide.

The structure of our Summer Day Care Program is as follows:

7:00 – 9:00 Arrival / Breakfast
9:00 – 10:30 Circle time / Sign Language / Snack
10:30 – 11:00 Art & Science Activities
11:00-12:30 Outdoor Activities / Gross Motors
12:30- 1:00 Lunch
1:00 – 3:00 Quiet / Nap Time
3:00 – 6:30 Centers, Freeplay, Outdoors

 

Our Summer Enrichment Program will follow this schedule:

7:00 – 9:00 Arrival / Breakfast
9:00 – 10:30 Circle time / Sign Language / Snack
10:30 – 11:00 Art & Science Activities
11:00-12:30 Outdoor Activities / Gross Motor skills
12:30- 3:30 Lunch Academic Coaching – Reading, Writing and Math
3:30 – 6:30 Snacks, Centers, Freeplay, Outdoors

 

Kindergarten

Our Kindergarten is based on a specific curriculum to ensure that your child has a great foundation for the rest of their education. Our goal is that your child will be reading at the appropriate level when they go into first grade.

Phonics instruction is an integral part of learning to read, and children’s abilities develop best in an environment where language learning is both meaningful and functional. With the help of these lesson units children get ample opportunity for guided and independent practice. We use Sadlier Phonics Programs and our intention is inspire in our kindergarteners a lifelong love of reading!

Math

In the first half of Kindergarten, children will study position, classification, comparison, patterns, and numbers recognition to 31. Later in the year, children will be introduced to a number of fundamental match concepts such as addition readiness, subtraction readiness, money, time, measurement, and numbers to 100.

Science / Social Studies

Age appropriate introduction of concepts such as; animals, plants, world, oceans, good health and nutrition, safety and nature. We have compiled over 50 core discovery experiences that are intrinsically interesting and fun, and they also lead to questioning and a desire to know more.

Other Activities – Plays with Children

Dramatic play/performances help us create an enriching experience providing both personal and academic rewards, such as: Self-esteem, Sharing, Cooperation Responsibility, Problem-Solving, and Practice Academic Skills of reading, research, math, art, movement, and music.