Let's go outside preschoolers!


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  • Morning Play Time
  • *singing tidy up song*
  • Okay preschoolers, it's five minutes until clean up time. Think about finishing up what you are doing.
  • Children finish tiding up and are sitting for circle time
  • Who walked to daycare today?
  • If you walked to daycare today, please go line up by the door.
  • *children who walked to daycare leave with Sara*
  • *Sara sings a couple of songs*
  • If you are wearing any red, put your finger on your head
  • Use lots of soap Aiden.
  • The ECE saw that Frankie was jittery, so she gave him the clipboard to self-regulate and refocus his attention.
  • Okay preschoolers, now it's time to get ready to go outside!
  • Frankie, would you like to hold my binder?
  • Frankie, may I have my binder now?
  • JB, may i have my book back?
  • Okay!
  • Sara's group leaves to go outside
  • Julia's group returns from the washroom and are now getting ready to go outside
  • Time to put your outdoor clothes on!
  • Timothy runs away from the group yelling
  • Timothyyy...
  • Lalaadvsv!
  • Office staff comes to help Julia to get the other children ready
  • I see that you are upset Timothy, how come?
  • I don't want to go outside..
  • Julia sees that Timothy is unhappy and tries to help himself regulate by giving him the option to choose and refocus his attention
  • Don't you want to play outside with your friends?
  • Would you like to get dressed up by yourself or would you like some help?
  • Yes, I want to play outside..
  • No
  • Timothy showed self conscious emotion such as guilt and began to recover in the presence of Julia as he was overwhelmed
  • No no no, I'll get my clothes
  • Help me please..put on my jacket
  • Julia and Timothy join the rest of the group outside
  • Children are outside playing in the snow with the two ECE's supervising 16 children
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