We strive to create an aesthetic and state-of-the-art setting that is conducive to your child’s learning. The innovative curriculum reflects a focus on the traditional Montessori content areas of language, mathematics, sensorial, and practical life.
Language activities range from naming ordinary objects to writing down observations, acting as a foundation for developing writing and reading skills.
Mathematics tasks involve learning to count and sort objects, experiencing the wonder of math from the quantitative to the numerical perspective.
Sensorial materials focus on the exploration of geometric concepts such as diameter, size, and shape, increasing the practical understanding of our world.
Practical life experiences offer daily-living exercises that are designed to strengthen hand-eye coordination and motor skill development.
Culture and geography exposure introduces children to the rich diversity of the world in which we live through celebrating holidays and seasons.
Art activities provide children with venues for self-expression while studying the techniques and styles of various master artists and time periods.
Music & movement lessons give children early exposure to the performing arts, which has long been shown to have significant effects on intellectual development.
Mixed-age group classes offer a setting where children can learn naturally via peer observation, modeling, and role-reversal.