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For your child's protection, you choose a four digit code and use this code to clock your child in and out every day. We will not let your child leave the center unless the adult picking the child up knows your code. If special circumstances should occur upon where you do not wish to give out your code, please let the office know, and we will verify by checking I.D.
Daily Schedule Example
Playground 8:30 Pledge of allegiance, good morning song, and general discussion.
8:45 **Centers (dramatic play , books, music, manipulatives, etc.)
9:15 Bathroom procedure (The bathroom is available to the child upon request throughout the day.)
9:30 Snack (practice our manners.)
9:45 Circle Time: discuss weather, calendar, birthdays and addressing curriculum through stories and discussion.
10:10 Music - finger plays, songs, rhythm bank, and musical games.
10:25 Art (language development and science activities) cutting, pasting, painting, collage, drawing, and special projects.
10:50 Story time - flannel board stories, dramatic play, and cassette tapes.
11:20 Prepare for lunch, eat lunch, and bathroom procedure.
12:00-2:30 Nap Time.
2:30 Put away nap cots and eat snack.
3:00 Games, art, puzzles, manipulatives, outside play, music, sing-a-long, dramatic play, circle time, and movie time.

**Centers are an unstuctured, supervised play time where the children are free to explore the classroom environment.  This learning mode further develops your child’s fine motor skills, eye–hand coordination, imagination and creativity, sequencing skills, social and communication skills .

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Shady Grove Learning Center is licensed by the Texas Department of Protective and Regulatory Services.
The center also meets all the requirements of the Dallas County Fire Marshall’s Office and the Dallas County Department of Health.