Our Smallest Students Have Big Personalities!
Give Your Child The Space To Move, Play, And Learn Independently
Toddler | 14 months - 3 years | Serving Parker, Colorado since 1987
Plenty Of Space For Free Movement
Your growing child has plenty of space to grow and develop their gross motor skills; Activities like Yoga help them stay physically active and keep their movement up daily through play, learning, and exploration.
Build Confidence With Practical Life And Social Skills
Equip your child with social-emotional development tools that build confidence through positive reinforcement, allowing them to establish healthy relationships, interact with others, and mature naturally.
Exciting Outdoor Play That Stimulates The Senses
Instill A Lifelong Love Of Learning Through Classroom Experience
Teaching children to use their senses helps them learn better, and your child learns vocabulary, math, Spanish, and more with a trusted Montessori guide. They establish a strong academic foundation with support and an environment perfect for learning and developing in every area.
Motivation To Learn Through Self-Led Activity
When given a chance, children learn through experiences, boosting their self-esteem and self-confidence through independence. Children can read in a quiet space or choose an activity that excites them.
Children Tend To A Garden Full Of Fresh Vegetables
Children tend to a real-life garden during their outside time. They interact with nature and learn about producing fruits and vegetables and what it takes to make things grow. Gardening also introduces them to healthy eating early on.
Your Little Learner Starts Potty Training and Learns Easily With Positive Peer Pressure
Children Participate In Preparing Their Food, Teaching Independence
Your child practices their independence through preparing their snacks, allowing them to feel involved and excited to eat. They learn how to make healthy food choices along with table manners and how to use different utensils.
Frequently Asked Questions
- Morning readiness encouraging independent practical skills (change shoes, coats off and put away, toileting)
- Small group work
- Independent work
- Reading books
- Singing songs
- Sign Language
- Outside time
- Circle time: songs, stretching, movement activities
- Large group work
- Lunch time (full day students, an option for Half Day students)
- Nap time (full day students)