We don't do naps, although we do have rest time for 15 minutes after lunch up until winter break. We are a full day.
And yes - we definitely do play! It's one of the most important times of our day! We have 20-30 minutes of play (focused on fine motor skills) at the beginning of the day, and Friday afternoons are devoted to play and art (usually an hour and a half block).
My P allows his teachers autonomy (thank goodness!) and I do include a rest time after lunch recess for the first few weeks. The last hour of the day is devoted to Self Selection which just means free play in the classroom. I have blocks, a play kitchen, a creative area (glitter glue, paint, feathers, beads, beans, macaroni, etc), No Ends, board games, and puzzles.
We are full day: 8:40-3:40 except Wednesdays when we dismiss at 1 pm. We also have an hour of outdoor recess a day.
-no naps/no snack time (When we were half day, we had a snack time.)
-full day K
-15 minutes for recess in the morning
-25 to 30 minutes for free-choice center time in the afternoon (play and social centers)
-30 minutes for PE every day (3 days a week with PE teacher and 2 days a week with classroom teacher)*Due to scheduling issues, I don't have 2 days for 30 minutes-it is spread out so it is 15 minutes every day.
I also have 15 minutes built into my schedule for fine motor activities three days a week and the other two days are for formal handwriting lessons.
daily rest time (that I will omit if needed due to other activities, esp later in the year, but the kids do like it & need it so I try to get some in every week.)
free choice play time at least once a week
1. We do "rest time" the first semester for about 30 minutes around 1:00. Which by second quarter turns into quiet play time for most of the kids, but a few still do want to rest.
2. It's a full day
3. I don't, but I'd love to start bringing that in more. I did it at my last school, but this school is a little heavier on the "academic" work (insert rolling eyes)
We do have 15 minutes of recess twice a day (once before snack and once before lunch), and first semester we had 30-45 minutes of play time two times a week, which I did regardless of school expectations because they seriously needed the time to work on social skills