Preschool Classroom

Our three year old curriculum focuses on the social and emotional aspects of a child’s development, academic readiness, communication development, and fine motor. The goal is to have each child ready for a successful transition into our Pre-k program. This is through games, art, songs, finger play, children’s literature, and Creative Movements. Our integrated, creative curriculum is an introduction to the learning process and a wonderful way to begin a lifelong love of learning.

Pre-K Classroom

Our Pre-K curriculum is an integrated, creative curriculum with a different themes each week. WIth our creative curriculum, we try to integrate math, science, language arts, social studies, social-emotional, and fine motor into one activity. Spanish and SIgn Language vocabulary are taught within the theme and we also introduce sight words. A mix of Dolch and Fry words are taught so that the child has a base due to the fact that different teacher and schools with either or. We also work on a weekly letter to cover its phonetic sound and reproduction (writing). To cover physical movement, we have Creative Movements as well as other gross motor activities. Parents receive a portfolio at the end of the year and they will be able to observe their child’s progress from beginning (August) to end (May). You will see repetitive work, for example, writing numbers, which will show the progress and how the child has mastered certain skills.

Georgia Pre-K

Georgia’s Pre-K Program is a lottery funded educational program for Georgia’s four year olds to prepare children for Kindergarten. Children four years of age on September 1 of the current school year who are Georgia residents are eligible to attend Georgia’s Pre-K Program during this school year. Georgia’s Pre-K Program is voluntary for families and for providers. Read More >>

Sample Schedule for the Day of a Preschooler

Daily schedules are developed with the following in mind:

  • Matching the age and abilities of the children.
  • Outdoor time, both structured and unstructured, every day.
  • At least two large blocks of time for child-directed learning.

And include:

  • Morning and Afternoon Group Time
  • Small-Group Activities
  • Morning and afternoon child-directed learning in learning centers
  • Outdoor play and activities
  • Snack and meals
  • Rest time


Each day is packed with purposeful educational playing activities structured around the six main development areas.

Example of Daily Schedule for Preschool (Activities Changes Weekly Based on Themes)

  • Monday - Friday Sign Language - color
  • Monday - Friday Spanish - rojo (red), amarillo (yellow), azul (blue), verde (green)
Monday-Friday Activity: Table Toys & Bathroom Time
Monday-Friday Activity: Breakfast Time, Clean Up, Push in Chairs, Handwashing
  • Monday Activity - Table Toys or Floor Puzzles
  • Tuesday Activity - Coloring or Painting
  • Wednesday Activity - Table Toys or Music and Movement
  • Thursday Activity - Coloring or Floor Puzzles
  • Friday Activity - Table Toys or Coloring
Monday - Friday Activity: Calendar time, Weather Time Monday - Friday Activity: Days of the Week Song, Months of the Year Song
  • Monday Activity - What are colors?
  • Tuesday Activity - What is red?
  • Wednesday Activity - What is blue?
  • Thursday Activity - What is yellow?
  • Friday Activity - What is green?
Monday - Friday Activity: Snack Time & Handwashing
  • Monday Activity - Brown Bear, Brown Bear
  • Tuesday Activity - Cat in the Hat
  • Wednesday Activity - One Fish, Two Fish
  • Thursday Activity - Audio Books
  • Friday Activity - Pete the Cat
Materials and/or activities for outdoor play: balls, chalk, frisbee. If raining, our indoor activities will be: Legos.
Monday - Friday Activity: Bathroom Time & Handwashing
Monday to Friday Activity: Free Play
  • Monday Activity - Color Moxing Art
  • Tuesday Activity - Handprint ARt
  • Wednesday Activity - Ice Drawing
  • Thursday Activity - Science Experiment
  • Friday Activity - FREE ART
Monday - Friday Activity: Handwashing & Lunch Time
Monday - Friday Activity: Bathroom Time, Handwashing, Naptime
Monday - Friday Activity: Snack Time & Handwashing
Monday to Friday Activity: Free Play
  • Monday Activity - Color Mixing Art
  • Tuesday Activity - Handprint Art
  • Wednesday Activity - Ice Drawing
  • Thursday Activity - Sceince Experiment
  • Friday Activity - FREE ART
Materials and/or activities for outdoor play: balls, chalk, frisbee. If raining, our indoor activities will be: Legos.
Monday - Friday Activity: Bathroom Time, and Handwashing
  • Monday Activity - Scissor SKills
  • Tuesday Activity - Dot Art
  • Wednesday Activity - Crayon Art
  • Thursday Activity - Painting
  • Friday Activity - Play Dough
  • Monday Activity - Name Recognition
  • Tuesday Activity - Letter Sorting
  • Wednesday Activity - Rhyming WOrds
  • Thursday Activity - Name Writing
  • Friday Activity - Name Clapping
  • Monday Activity - Freeze Dance
  • Tuesday Activity - Animal Yoga
  • Wednesday Activity - Listen and Move
  • Thursday Activity - Dance Party
  • Friday Activity - Go Noodle
Monday - Friday Activity: Sign Language and Spanish Review
  • Monday Activity - Coloring or Painting
  • Tuesday Activity - Table Toys or Floor Puzzles
  • Wednesday Activity - Coloring or Painting
  • Thursday Activity - Table Toys or Floor Puzzles
  • Friday Activity - Table Toys or Coloring

At Laugh and Learn, Our Main Developmental Focus Areas are:

  • Demonstrate the needs and wants by using one or two words to classify the object.
  • Use interactivities such as reading books, for building an accurate understanding of words.
  • Follow the reading actions such as turning pages while focusing on images
  • Examine various writing styles while writing illegibly on paper.
  • Be certain about objects’ location such as specific card.
  • Stick with the easiest rules, some of the time.
  • Follow other ways used for completing a task.
  • Manage impulses
  • Interact with close adults with full interest
  • Correspond with other kid with full zeal.
  • Control your emotions.
  • Help the children and make them feel better.
  • Focus on walking and running
  • Focus on the games involving throwing and kicking skills.
  • Talk with them by using easiest words at mealtime
  • Depict an enhancing ability in controlling their hands
  • Allow them to learn counting so that they can identity various numbers.
  • Teach them about various sizes and volumes
  • Help them in classifying various objects having various identities.
  • Learn about cause and effect by playing with toys in new ways.
  • Form various art work by using clay and crayons.
  • Use creative kids with other kids to grasps the social skills and body awareness.
  • Try new things with your puppets and toy phones
  • Use games and simple songs to know more about music
Laugh and Learn LLC

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Kennesaw, Georgia

3030 Cobb Pkwy NW Kennesaw, GA 30152

(770) 917-5801

Fax: (770) 693-5731

Sugar Hill, Georgia

6007 Suwanee Dam Rd. Sugar Hill, GA 30518