Montessori Preschool Program
2.5 YEARS TO 6 YEARS
2.5 YEARS TO 6 YEARS
Your child is free to choose activities guided by their curiosity, to develop their strengths and talents. Montessori materials also have built-in challenges, so your child develops critical thinking, creativity, and problem-solving skills.
In a multi-age classroom, your child gains inspiration from older students and becomes a leader for younger students. A diverse mini-community helps your child learn through seeing empathy and kindness in action.
Montessori-educated teachers give equal parts guidance, structure, flexibility, and freedom. Your child practices reasoning as they question, probe, and make connections, growing into enthusiastic, self-directed learners.
STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Art, and Math) ideas and thinking, and concepts and theories in the Humanities, give your child an essential foundation and unexpected skills they’ll use in the workplace.
Chores and tasks that are a part of daily living help your child gain confidence and skills. These activities all have real-world applications, often involve self-case, and contribute to developing fine motor skills and focus.
Your child can choose their activity, learn how to make this choice, and do “work” engaging to them. The prepared classroom equips your child with school skills and focuses on sensory learning, math, language, and culture.
These four qualities are the direct aim of children’s development, mainly before six years of age. Almost everything that the children do, they do at least partly to: Develop Their Innate Sense of Order, Increase Their Ability to Concentrate, Increase Their Physical Coordination, Develop Greater Independence.
Children are taught their place in the universe and that they can positively impact the world and others. They learn to reframe situations in a positive way that shapes the citizen they become.
Freedom is a pillar of your child’s Montessori experience, and a self-driven approach to learning celebrates their natural genius. By respecting your child as an individual with preferences and boundaries and modeling healthy behavior, they can shine.
Current research suggests that nature experience and environmental literacy can contribute to creative thinking, academic performance, and positive relationships with the natural world.
Your child expresses themselves creatively while strengthening fine motor skills. The use of pencils and paintbrushes build the small muscles that make a pencil grip possible, making the transition to writing easier.
Beyond academics, activities like soccer, dance, and Spanish invite your little one to dive into new areas of learning while they learn collaboration and self-regulation skills along the way.
Among calming rooms and caring teachers, your child feels like they’re part of a community where they can be the unique geniuses they are. Your child will feel perfectly at home.
With auto-correcting features, Montessori toys encourage independent learning through trial and error. Each puzzle, stacking tower, and spindle engage the senses in a simple way that inspires innovative thinking.