The daily routine provides the framework for what teachers will do each day to help children develop and learn. Planning and organizing the day in a thoughtful, balanced way helps teachers achieve their goals for children. Young children feel secure when they know what happens next. They also gain a sense of time and sequence as they move from event to event. A predictable daily routine helps develop independence, responsibility, and a sense of order. 

When the kindergarten doors open in the morning before 7:00 am our children are welcomed by their teachers and start the day with the morning assembly. Students happily recite Quran, practice morning exercises and saluting the flag of Qatar with the National anthem. Students are escorted to their classes by their teachers to start a new learning journey. 

The students start their day in their classes by marking their attendance chart and free choices activities then it is time to gather for the circle time, the morning meeting between the teacher and all classroom members to set the plan for the day and have group teaching activities. When the meeting is over children work on their tasks in the different learning centers in addition to hands on activities. When it is 9:00 am everybody gets hungry and wants to play, which means it is break time, we can either have a picnic, taking our lunchboxes outdoors, in the hall or in class. It is great when the weather allows us to have fun in our outdoor areas. Reciting the Quran daily nurturing the hearts and souls by strengthening the faith and piety of the students. Communication language in class switches to Arabic or English according to each classroom timetable, English and Arabic blocks. Reading a story is a core activity for both English and Arabic sessions.

When the clock strikes 12:45 pm everybody knows it is home time looking forward to meeting teachers and classmates the next morning.