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
Enriching Studies Of
Celebrated Works Of Art
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
Practical Self-Help Skills
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
Enrichment Activities Boost
Cognitive Development Now
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 becomes familiar with life cycles, nature’s order, and enjoys the feeling of soil between their fingers while they tend to a garden. Working with your hands is an important part of Montessori, and children use their hands daily.