Our Montessori Classrooms

Our classrooms are arranged in a safe, comfortable manner so as to meet the needs of every child. They allow the children to easily maneuver, explore, and to take out materials of their choice. The preschool and kindergarten classrooms resemble the real world on a smaller, useable scale for small hands and bodies. The materials are educational, exciting, self correcting, and promote the child’s success. Our classroom ground rules are based on the principles of the Peace Education: freedom of choice, self-respect, respect for others and the environment. The following are the core units in the Montessori classroom:

Practical Life

Practical life helps the children learn about care of the person and environment, grace, courtesy, and food preparation, while improving physical skills, muscular control, coordination, independence, concentration, and self confidence.


Sensorial focuses on tactile impressions: visual, olfactory, hearing, and taste. It helps the child categorize and refine their sensory impressions, while improving precisions and observations of the child.


Language enhances vocabulary, phonetics, syllabification of words, learn how to write letters & words, how to read, and learn the parts of speech.


Math promotes mastering of numbers by learning about quantities, symbols, sequencing, decimal system, fractions, addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division.

Science, Geography, the Arts, Cultural and Environmental Subjects

Science is an integral element of the Montessori curriculum. Among other things, it represents a way of life: a clear thinking approach to gathering information and problem solving. The scope of the Montessori science curriculum includes a sound introduction to botany, zoology, chemistry, physics, geology and astronomy. As well as history, geography, sociology, music, creative arts, cultural awareness, art history are taught. Self management, social/emotional control, and preservation/care of the environment are learned.

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