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“The goal of early childhood education should be to activate the child’s own natural desire to learn."

-Dr. Maria Montessori

Toddler Program
Ages 18 months - 3 years

Our Toddler Program follows the Montessori approach, allowing children the freedom to experience the joy of learning while developing self-mastery in a carefully prepared environment.  Our toddler classroom is a loving, safe, and beautiful environment in which the unfolding of your child’s potential can be nurtured.  Each child’s efforts and interests are encouraged and appreciated so that physical, intellectual, creative, and social growth flourishes.  The opportunity for practical life work is abundant in the toddler classroom, including activities such as snack preparation, cleaning, and plant care which fosters independence and builds self-confidence.

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  • 5 days/week 

    • Full day option (8am-3pm)

    • Half day option (8am-12pm)

  • Beforecare & aftercare available (7:30am-5:30pm)

  • Children practice toilet training

  • Designated fenced playground exclusively for toddlers

Primary Program
Ages 3 - 6 years old

Working with traditional Montessori materials, primary students develop foundational skills in math, science, reading, and writing.  The uninterrupted 2.5 to 3 hour work cycle fosters self-discipline and the ability to concentrate.  The primary lead guide and assistant observe each individual student's learnings and guide them on their developmental path.  The Kindergarten peers become leaders and mentors to their younger peers.   Love of learning, a sense of responsibility, and respect for community are captured in the primary years.

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  • 5 days/week 

    • Full day option (8am-3pm)

    • Half day option (8am-12pm)

  • Beforecare & aftercare available (7:30am-5:30pm)

  • Children are toilet trained upon entering the class

  • Spanish language enrichment

  • Kindergarten students participate in music, drama, and boot camp enrichment programs

Kindergarten

Kindergarten represents the final year of the 3-year primary experience.  Kindergarteners assume a leadership role within the community and can help guide younger children through materials and help reinforce classroom expectations.  This is the year when lessons learned over the past 2 years start to come together and become part of the child’s understanding.  Your child will continue to progress at their own pace due to the individualized learning plans crafted by their teacher.  Your child will begin to participate in enrichments such as Music, Spanish, History, Boot Camp, Art, and Gardening.  Your child learns through hands on experiences, investigation, and research- we help instill a lifelong love of learning.  We help teach your children that mistakes are setbacks are natural steps of the learning process

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