Student Profile: 3 and 4 Years Old

Children advance into this class when they are at least 3 years old, independent toilet users, and have the recommendations of teachers and director. Sometimes a child may need to wait until space is available.


3 full days/week

4 full days/week

5 full days/week




Tuition includes all meals and snacks.

Profile of a Preschooler

  • Eager to learn, feel important, and help others!
  • Ccan sit still for a brief circle time every morning, during which they greet their friends and are introduced to the day’s topic or theme.
  • Love to imagine, play, dress-up, and explore new materials, toys, and concepts!
  • Are independent bathroom users, and don’t require teachers to prompt them to go use the toilet.
  • Engage in the multicultural study of the month, through geography, music, dance, images, crafts, and more!

General Daily Routine

7:30-8:15am: Mixed-age Before Care in the gymnasium
8:15-9am: Open play in the classroom
9:00-9:15am: Transition, clean-up
9:15-9:30am: Circle Time
9:30-9:45am: Handwashing, bathrooms
9:45-10:15am: AM Snack  (see menu here)
10:15-10:45am: Recess outside
10:45-11:45am: Centers time (see curriculum)
11:45am-12:00pm: Handwashing, table setting, serving food
12:00-12:30pm: Lunch (see menu here)
12:30-12:45pm: bathroom, stories, transition for nap
12:45-2:30pm: Nap
2:30-2:45pm: bathroom, handwashing
2:45-3:15pm: PM Snack (see menu here)
3:15-3:45pm: Open play
3:45-4:15pm: Recess outside
4:15-4:30pm: Pick-up
4:30-6pm: Mixed age After Care


  • We launch each month with the introduction of our cultural study of the month, which often honors the heritage of a staff or Atlas community member.
  • Meanwhile, typical preschool themes such as “five senses”, “life cycles”, “community helpers”, etc. are integrated into weekly subthemes.
  • Weekly rotation of centers (ou les modules) based on our themes also allows children to engage independently with the curriculum, and provides time for self-led exploration.
  • The teacher to child ratio in the preschool classroom is 1:8, and there are a maximum of 16 children enrolled per day.

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