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A Day in Our Program

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What does a day in the Little Spartans Early Learning Program look like? 

Preschool students will be involved in special activities such as group speech and social emotional groups. We combine classrooms for large motor time, which provides an opportunity for students to learn and interact with their peers in another classroom or outside. 

Morning Preschool Session | 9:00 - 11:30 AM

Afternoon Preschool Session | 1:00 -3:30 PM

Preschool students looking up to teacher

Our Preschool Classrooms

Blended Classrooms

  • Up to 15 students
  • Up to 10 students who pay tuition and do not require special education services
  • Includes students that require special education services

Instructional and Self-Contained Classrooms

  • Up to 10 students
  • All students require intensive special education services


What does the schedule mean?

Table Work

Preschool students will have daily table work that reinforces both fine motor skills as well as concept development. Activities include a daily writing practice, puzzles, sorting, coloring and cutting, and a variety of manipulatives to explore.

Learning Circle

This is a structured time that includes jobs, sharing time, music and movement, and a story or activity. During learning circle, the students participate in teacher led, child centered, large group activities. The activities relate to the children’s area of interest and introduce new concepts, reinforce previously learned concepts, and concentrate on language development.


Families are asked to send a daily snack for their student. 

Our snack policy mirrors that of the school: we are a PEANUT and TREE NUT free zone! Due to a history of significant food allergies, NUTS and products containing nuts are not permitted in all classrooms. Please inform your student's teacher directly of any food related allergies or restrictions. 
A list of some snack foods your preschool student might enjoy at school includes:
  • Fresh fruits and vegetables
  • Raisins
  • Apple sauce
  • String cheese
  • Pudding packs
  • Pretzels, wheat thin crackers, goldfish crackers, graham crackers, or animal crackers
  • Cereals
  • Fig bars
  • Sun chips
  • Veggie straws
  • Fruit cereal bars


Potty training can be an exciting and challenging time in both your and your child’s life. At Sycamore's Little Spartans Early Learning program, we encourage children to be independent in toileting, but understand that toilet learning happens at different rates. As such, we will work with your family to meet your child’s needs and support them through the toilet learning process. We ask that you provide the supplies that your child needs in regards to diapers, pull ups and wipes. All children should have a change of clothes (including underwear, outfit, and socks) to keep at school.  Please discuss with your child’s teacher any questions or concerns regarding toilet training and your expectations for the process.

Sensory and Motor

Each day there will be a time to develop gross motor and motor planning skills either outdoors or in the classroom. 

Learning Centers

This is a large part of the day where many different centers are set up in the room that target all areas of  a child’s development and allow teachers to embed foundational skills through play. The centers also reflect the unit of study that the children are engaged in and encourage them to make choices, ask questions, problem solve, and build strong child and teacher relationships. Centers include but are not limited to blocks, sensory table, art, science exploration and dramatic play.
Special Education & Related Services
Special Education and Related Services are provided per a child’s Individualized Education Program (IEP).  Services may be integrated into a child’s day to work towards their goals in a naturalistic setting.  Speech, Occupational Therapy, Physical Therapy, and other related services can be provided in the classroom or in a separate space depending on your child’s needs. Your child’s teacher will be the case manager for the IEP.