IMG_0817Dr. Montessori believed a truly educated individual continues learning long after the hours and years spent in the classroom, being motivated from within by a natural curiosity and love for knowledge. Therefore, the goal of early childhood education should be to cultivate the child’s own natural desire to learn, rather than filling the child with facts from a preselected course of studies.

This objective is approached in two ways in the Montessori classroom. First by allowing each child to experience the excitement of learning by his or her own choice and pace, and second, by helping the child perfect his or her natural tools for learning, so that the child’s abilities will be maximized in future learning situations.

Our curriculum includes the following areas of exploration and learning:

  • Practical Life Exercises
  • Sensorial Exercises
  • Mathematics
  • Language
  • Science and Nature
  • Geography
  • Art and Expression
  • Music and Creative Movement