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Curriculum Information


How to help your child have a great classroom experience:


Daily Routine and classroom “Rules”

Please send a backpack daily. The backpack should be large enough to hold a cake pan.

Please check your child’s backpack/folder daily

Please make sure your child has their folder daily. This helps with the routine at Preschool.

Please have your child use the phrase “May I go to the bathroom” instead of potty.

Please write your child’s name on coats and backpacks

Please NO tie shoes unless your child can independently tie his or her shoes.

Monthly Calendar and Weekly Newsletters

Every month a new calendar will be sent home in your child’s folder.

Weekly parent letters are sent by email. Please let me know if your email changes or you do not have email and a paper copy will be sent home.


Your child may bring birthday treats to share with their friends.

Please be aware that all treats must be prepackaged. No Peanut/Peanut Butter



Show and Tell

Show and Tell will be held with the letter of the week or specified on the monthly calendar. This is a definite self-esteem booster and helps your child talking in front of people. Please help your child pick an appropriate item. No guns, swords ect are allowed, as well as items that may get damaged by accident.


General Information

Classroom time is held Monday - Friday, 52 weeks a year, no matter if Platte/Geddes school is a late start or cancelled. We will remain on a structured routine at BBLC.

Separation Anxiety

If your child is having a hard time separating from you, please follow these tips.

Do not carry your child into daycare

Let your child be responsible for their bookbag each day

Give your child a quick kiss and a hug and leave

Do not stand at the door and peek in

Make the “Goodbye” process as short as possible.

Please let me know if your child is having any kind of anxiety about preschool. I can’t help if I don’t know

The Tiny Tot Classroom and the Toddler Time Classroom are exposed to the following curriculum but at an age-appropriate level:

Outline of Preschool Curriculum

This curriculum is designed to prepare for future Kindergarten readiness. Academic, social and physical skills will be integrated in preparing your child.

Math and Science

  • Patterns

  • Counting 

  • Sorting/Classifying

  • Recognition of Numbers

  • Shapes

  • Graphing and Comparing

  • Measurement

  • Calendar

  • Weather

Reading Readiness

  • Left-right progression

  • Introduction of letters and sounds

  • Following directions

  • Children’s literature

  • Name writing and recognition

  • Shared Writing

  • Making Predictions

  • Acquire Vocabulary

  • Rhyming

  • Handle books appropriately

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