4 The Daily Structure

Freely developing in a structured environment

Children appreciate a structured daily routine, as it communicates certainty and trust.

For us at the ALPLA child care center, a structured daily routine primarily consists of free time for playing, accompanied by phases of concentration and relaxation, as well as a reliable framework of times for shared learning, eating, and resting. Our yearly events also include celebrations associated with different seasons.

During free time, children can decide for themselves how long they want to play, what exactly they want to do, and if they want to play on their own or with other children. In this way, children can learn from each other and are, of course, also proud when they can help each other.

We at ALPLA Kids want to support families – and open doors for children, which is why the ALPLA child care center is open five days a week and only closed five weeks a year.

Opening times

Monday to Thursday 7:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
Friday 7:00 a.m. to 12:30 p.m.