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  Montessori 3 to 5 years old

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Montessori introduces children to the joy of learning at an early age and provides a framework in which intellectual and social discipline go hand in hand.
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Our children are guided through a carefully planned sequence of materials and activities that encourages them to learn at their own pace and to become self-directed learners. Mastery of each set of materials brings self-confidence, which in turn motivates them to try new things. They learn to respond to their inner impulses to observe, interpret, and react. View the schedule.

Creativity flourishes in the non-competitive atmosphere of the Montessori classroom. Children work independently and cooperatively. The mixed population of three-, four-, and five-year-olds provides a family-like grouping where learning can take place naturally and where children learn to accept and respect each other as individuals.

Montessori teachers see themselves as "facilitators of learning." They strive to develop each child's motor coordination, sense of order, and ability to concentrate. Montessori learning, however, is not all cognitive. Teachers are equally devoted to making sure that their students develop the good manners and habits they will need to take their places in society.

 
     

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