We Give The World To Your Child

The Montessori Method Nurtures And Develops The Whole Child

Progressive Works That Put Learning At Their Fingertips

Montessori work shelves are set up to flow easy to harder, left to right. These works promote hands-on learning for math, sensory, and writing, starting with things like tracing with the finger, not solely reliant on pencil grip.

Exploring The Five Areas Of The Montessori Classroom

Your child learns in an environment designed for
their development, organized into thes 5 areas:

Practical Life

Through functional tasks, your child builds confidence and independence.


Using all five senses, your child’s learning experience is profound and lasting.


Through geography, history, science, and nature, your child embraces their individuality.


Your child explores sounds and phonics, building familiarity for a literacy foundation.


Your child’s understanding of new concepts progresses from the concrete to the abstract.

Authentic Montessori Materials Help Your Child Achieve Mastery

Within the Prepared Classroom, your child works with authentic Montessori materials like the pink tower, the bead chain, brown stairs, and cylinders to help them conquer numbers and other math, language, and practical life skills so that they develop skills in all areas.

Child-Led Learning Creates Brilliant Adults

A child-led approach allows your child to make their own choices, build self-esteem, and build confidence for a lifelong and strong foundation as they carry out life. Imagine an environment full of little gatekeepers.

Part Of A Community In A Mixed-Age Classroom

In a mixed-age classroom, younger children naturally learn from their older peers, preparing them for a world of variety and helping them reach milestones of maturity and development that come from being around different age groups.

Teach Them To Use Their Minds With Sensory Materials

Montessori sensory materials help your child recognize and categorize the sensory information within their surroundings. Brown stairs, red rods, color tablets, scent and sound cylinders help your child learn about their senses.

Pre-Writing Tools Build Strong Language Skills

The moveable alphabet and sandpaper letters help your child conquer their reading and writing. In stages, hand strength and coordination, writing, comprehension, and spelling, have your child use their words to navigate life.

Practical Life Skills That Build Responsible Adults

Give them more than just academic skills through practicing things like hand washing, sweeping, buttoning, and nose-blowing. They’ll be saying, “I can do it on my own!” soon!

The Prepared Environment Introduces A World Of Learning

The prepared classroom is signature to the Montessori method and designed to maximize your child’s growth and development. Your child experiences a world tailored to them and full of learning opportunities using these 6 Principles:

The Montessori Method Is Backed By Trusted Research

The Montessori Method is based on extensive research and studies that show how natural elements of learning are cultivated through different forms of learning. Neurological development is strengthened by learning through Montessori methodology.
Humans conceive of their surroundings through their hands and they serve as tools of their intelligence. Maria Montessori claimed, “the sensory organs and coordination develop through manual activities. The resources that the brain uses to process the sensory stimuli it perceives through the hands is superior to other parts of the body.
Maria Montessori maintained, “Education is a natural process carried out by the child and is not acquired by listening to words, but by experiences in the environment.” Encouraging free and natural experimentation means urging children and babies to move around and communicate with their environment. Children who learn through Montessori education spend more time moving around than in traditional schools, which promotes a better mastery of motor, sensory, emotional, and cognitive skills. Encouraging children to do something helps them to learn more quickly than mere observation.
These mental skills promote the conscientious, active, voluntary, and efficient resolution of the problems that show up in daily life. Learning to be flexible and to accept changes in our environment, concentrating on a task, continuing it with an objective, resisting our impulses, and retaining information to operate with it are indispensable skills for proper development. Research shows that children who have attended Montessori preschools demonstrate better execution in this family of cerebrospinal mental processes.
Maria Montessori observed that in childhood, there were sensitive periods for learning. In these evolutionary moments lies great neuro-emotional potential, and as such, education is essential. Concretely, it is essential for children to explore their world in the most autonomous way possible in the period between the ages of 0 and 11 years old. Thus, in a comprehensive way, we can talk about the creation of Montessori microcosms or microworlds. This is the creation of a purely child-like environment: children-sized furniture, little toys that encourage exploration and cognitive flexibility, etc.
For children to see and experience the world is the basis for the concern that Montessori learning inculcates in the youngest of children. Mirror neurons, the ones that can be found in the frontal lobe, help absorb information about the environment through the senses. This was discovered by Maria Montessori through observation and later corroborated by the discovery of these neurons that specialize in imitating.

Frequently Asked Questions

The Infant schedule is customized to each child’s individual development and needs. Each day includes:
  • Cuddling and adult interaction for trust-building
  • Language
  • Appropriate meals
  • Gross and fine motor practice- lots of tummy time and wiggling!
  • Singing and music
  • Nature Walks when weather permits
  • Rest and naps
“The first two years of life are the most important. Observation proves that small children are endowed with special [psychological] powers and points to new ways of drawing them out ”literally “educating by cooperating with nature. So here begins the new path, wherein it will not be the professor who teaches the child, but the child who teaches the professor.”
– Dr. Maria Montessori, MD

How Old Is Your Child?


6 Weeks - 17 Months


14 months - 3 years

older toddlers

2 ½ - 3 ½ years


3 - 5 Years

summer camp

2 1/2 – 7 years