The Start To A Lifelong
Love Of Learning

Your Child's First Year Of Formal
Schooling Is Full Of Fun,
Great Teachers, And Friendship

The Start To A Lifelong Love Of Learning

Your Child's First Year Of Formal Schooling Is
Full Of Fun, Great Teachers, And Friendship

elementary | grade 1 | Serving Frederick, MD

The Montessori Classroom
As A Main Learning Tool

Your child learns best in the Montessori classroom that is meticulously prepared and organized. Essential elements include self-directed work, open-ended educational Montessori materials, and mixed-age groups so students can learn and absorb knowledge from each other.

Enriching Studies Of
Celebrated Works Of Art

In addition to all Practical Life materials in the classroom, Art exercises the fine motor skills your child uses as they learn to improve their handwriting this year. Studying great artists opens your child’s eyes to a world of beauty, diversity, and culture.

STEAM And Language Studies
Set Up Your Child For Success

In the Language area of the Montessori curriculum, your child learns to read short sentences and perfects their writing skills through a series of graduated exercises. They use hands-on learning materials such as the Sandpaper Letter, the object boxes, and the Large Movable Alphabets.

How Skilled And Trained Montessori Teachers Impact Learning

Your child thrives under the guidance of globally sought-after, skilled Montessori-certified teachers. They understand and work with your child’s learning abilities and rhythms while inviting them to pursue their interests. Children gain confidence and skills applicable to the real world in a Montessori prepared environment.

Practical Self-Help Skills
Develop Independence

Your child becomes focused and self-sufficient enough to wash their hands, use the bathroom, dress, undress, and tidy up after themselves, giving them the independence, grace, and courtesy that allow them the social know-how to succeed in any situation.

Cooking And Sewing As
Fun Ways To Learn Focus

Measuring ingredients and following a recipe teaches linear thought and math; sewing a button demands focus and concentration. Both activities are fun and inviting for the children while exercising the fine motor skills they need as they grow up and mature.

Enrichment Activities Boost
Cognitive Development Now

Programs such as yoga and dance calm minds and relax bodies while teaching coordination and focus. Learning a second language, such as Spanish, brings your child many benefits by broadening their vocabulary and opening their mind to new avenues of communication.

The Socio-Emotional PEACE
Curriculum Instills Empathy

We keep a rose in our classroom that symbolizes a medium for expressing feelings. When your child holds the rose, it’s their turn to talk through their emotions, make amends with friends, or apologize for their actions, teaching them the socio-emotional skills at the base of healthy relationships. They learn to resolve conflicts on their own without intervention from the Montessori guides. 

Gardening Teaches Science
And A Connection To Nature

Your child learns what it takes to nurture a garden, fostering responsibility, which in turn gives them a sense of pride and joy. They become familiar with life cycles, nature’s order, and enjoy the feeling of soil between their fingers.

Health And Safety Come First

A dedicated on-site cleaning staff stays busy keeping classrooms sanitized and clean, preventing flu and cold-causing germs. Meanwhile, fenced-in yards and trusty security cameras ensure that safety is of no concern.

Our Parent Communication
App Keeps You Connected

Stay on top of what your child is learning. You can build upon that at home through reports, pictures, and messages sent right to your smartphone. Feel the security of knowing they are safe under the care of trusted teachers and staff. You can be sure that they are among friends that are like family when you see them having fun first hand.

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