The Curriculum is comprised of the following areas of study:

Practical Life:

The fundamental tools of learning (concentration, organization, coordination, and independence) are established as the child learns simple tasks of daily living. These tasks involve care of themselves, such as buttoning or bow tying and care of the environment including clean- up responsibilities following meals.

Sensorial:

The Montessori sensorial apparatus assists the child in learning to differentiate between sizes, shapes, colors, textures, sounds, and tastes.  The child develops critical thinking and problem solving skills.

Language Arts:

Story-telling, speaking, reading, and writing activities are intertwined.   Children are encouraged to communicate their ideas and feelings through dramatic play, drawing, and written expression.

Mathematics:

Children gain knowledge of the world of numbers and functions through active manipulation of concrete Montessori materials.  This learning is reinforced through play-oriented activities such as building with blocks, measuring sand, water, and cooking ingredients.

Cultural Sciences:

Children are naturally curious about themselves and the world around them. They are encouraged to observe the changes in the environment, explore human, animal, and plant life, as well as experiment with substances including air, water, and soil.  They also explore items such as wheels, scales, magnets, and more.

Music and Art:

Art is an integral part of the program. A variety of media are available such as easel painting, water-color, clay and crayons.  Music plays during group time and involves singing, rhythm and movement.

Physical Activity:

Children have daily opportunities for outdoor recreation where they are able to jump, run, swing, and climb.

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Mathematics

Children gain knowledge of the world of numbers and functions through active manipulation of concrete Montessori materials.  This learning is reinforced through play-oriented activities such as building with blocks, measuring sand, water, and cooking ingredients.

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Sensorial

The Montessori sensorial apparatus assists the child in learning to differentiate between sizes, shapes, colors, textures, sounds, and tastes.  The child develops critical thinking and problem solving skills.

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Language Arts

Story-telling, speaking, reading, and writing activities are intertwined.   Children are encouraged to communicate their ideas and feelings through dramatic play, drawing, and written expression.

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