A Typical Day at I to I
I to I follows a schedule that mixes structure with flexibility, providing educational opportunities while encouraging creativity. Singing songs between activities helps signal day transitions and provide order. A typical day looks like this:
concepts of sharing, patience, cooperation, and listening.
designated shelves and bins.
eating, the Day Assistant will open the floor for announcements and to discuss member concerns.
monitored by alternating member parents. Children are given an opportunity to use the riding toys, jump on a trampoline
or take turns on the indoor slide. This is a good time to help ease parent/child separation anxiety. I to I highly
recommends a quick goodbye and allowing Day Assistants to judge if and when the parent should return for a child
during discussion. If you are called out of discussion, please invite an assistant to take your place in discussion.
their designated shelves and bins and riding toys to the closet. The rug is also rolled up by children accompanied by a
song at this time.