I recently started teaching VPK(Voluntary Pre Kindergarten) in the state of Florida and I feel like there isn't enough time during the teaching day to teach these young students the skills that they need for kindergarten. I use the ELLM+ Curriculum(Early Learning Literacy Model+). The curriculum is so great and have all the necessary skills that are needed for young learners however I find myself feeling like there isn't enough time in the day to teach each skill. I broke each young learner into small groups by colors. On mondays and Tuesdays we work on literacy skills and on Weds and Thurs we focus on Math skills at the teaching table. Friday is for science, social studies, and art skills as a whole group. Each small group alternate days they will see me at the teaching table. While one group is at the teaching table, the other groups are in learning centers for 30 to 40 mins. In the ELLM+, the daily schedule is broken up in blocks. According to the daily schedule, the first half of the day is to focus on literacy skills and the second half is to focus on Math and the arts. I may switch to this because it seems as if I am able to at least see each group every week. Any suggestions?