Unlocking Learning for a lifetime
Pre-math starts at the age of two, when the cognitive curriculum activities are presented through the practical life and sensorial curriculum. The children learn sequence, recognition, quality of numbers, addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division through the use of both concrete and abstract materials.
Children are taught phonics through the use of picture cards, object boxes, and sandpaper letters. They form words with movable alphabets. It is typical that a child as young as four years of age begins reading and writing in our Montessori program.
The next phase of our curriculum is the Primary Program; typically ages three and a half to six years old. During these years, children show an interest in exercises preparing them for writing. Objects like knobbed cylinders, geometric cabinets, sandpaper letters, and metal insets all help in the refinement of hand eye coordination.
They can handle a pencil and are interested in reproducing the letters of the alphabet. The equipment children use at this stage will help them to develop the concentration and work habits necessary for more advanced exercises to be performed at the ages of 5 to 6 years. It is the intent of the Teacher to provide guidance and a positive experience allowing them to make choices within set limits. All this creates a viable learning atmosphere.
The sensorial materials in the classroom help the child to become aware of details by offering him contrasted sensations while helping the child to distinguish and categorize new information.
Children learn about history, geography, botany, and zoology. These lessons include various land and water forms, the study of animals and plants, etc. Reading and writing skills are used extensively during these activities.
Practical life exercises involve taking care of the self and the environment. These exercises improve the coordination, working habits, concentration, and attention span of a child.
Extra-curricular Activities Included in tuition-
Highly-trained teaching staff with qualifications exceeding state
child development requirements
The first step of our admissions process is to set up an appointment to tour our campus and spend time observing the class. At that point, if you are interested in enrolling your child, we will provide you with our Enrollment Form.
Your student's place will be secured once this form is received along with the registration fee. Next, you will be given the State Health and Human Services Child Care Licensing forms to fill-out. These forms are required to be submitted along with the immunization card before your child begins school with us.
Walk-in tours are available Wednesdays at 10:00 AM. Call to make an appointment for other days or times.
Children naturally wonder about various science-related concepts and phenomenon. They have science-related inquiries such as why is the sky blue? We offer a science curriculum that satisfies a child's natural questioning ideal for children ages 3-6.
Extra-curricular Activities For a minimal fee-