Leading your child to success
Our Montessori programs are designed to engage children in different activities that will nurture their learning through guided explorations and purposeful plays. We offer a fun learning environment that ensures the safety and development of children under caring, passionate, licensed, and experienced educators.
Children ages 6 weeks until about 18 months, depending on each individual child
In this program, the most important thing for children is to receive the care they need to build trust with their caretakers. Children at this age are absorbing everything in their environment.
›› To foster the speech and cognitive development of children, the teachers speak clearly and describe the actions they do. The children are making connections between our words and the actions taking place, although we do not see it right away.
›› We provide simple lessons that engage the children and promote their fine and gross motor development.
›› We carefully plan out the environment based on the individual needs of children.
Children ages 18 months until about 3 years old
We prepare our classroom for children to fulfill their need to explore the environment based on careful study and understanding of child development.
We support children in:
›› Strengthening their fine and large motor skills
›› Taking their first steps towards becoming independent
›› Helping them develop their speech and communication skills
›› Providing a nurturing, caring environment that fosters cooperative play
Children ages 3 to 6 years old
›› Older children learn to be compassionate and understanding to their younger friends who do not yet have the skills they’ve attained.
›› The younger friends constantly learn as they observe their older classmates working on various lessons.
›› The lessons and classrooms are set up based on the specific needs of each individual child.
›› The children learn at their own rate, allowing extra support when needed and advancement for those who are ready to progress.
›› When they complete the Montessori Program, they leave with a well-rounded education, including academics and important life skills, like independence and conflict resolution.
We have different themes each week with fun activities and weekly on-site field trips like The Lizard Guys. We have a beautiful playground for the children to play with friends and enjoy creating relationships and promoting their social skills.
We introduce the concept of quantity and the symbols for quantity through Montessori math materials. Learning materials, such as number rods, sandpaper numerals, cards & counters, bead trays, and bead frames or abacus, among others, allow the students to count and compare and become familiar with the numbers as a decimal system, including detailed practices with the mathematical operations—additions, subtraction, multiplication, and division. These exercises teach the students to calculate and understand how numbers function in their daily living activities. Montessori math materials help children learn and understand math with hands-on, visual, and physical learning aids. These materials allow them to connect concrete knowledge to the often abstract concepts in math.
We focus on the life sciences, biology, physical science, and astronomy throughout our Science curriculum. Students will experience hands-on, inquiry-based learning opportunities that allow them to practice the scientific method in determining relationships, collecting data, partaking in facilitated discussions about the scientific process, and exploring and evaluating their explorations. Through simple scientific experiments, we introduce children to the wonders of nature and its functions and processes. We illustrate natural phenomena like rain cycle, evaporation, and condensation, among others. We also teach them about biology, botany, geology, geography, physics, and chemistry. Through this, we aim to foster their knowledge and respect for the life around them.
According to Dr. Montessori, the evolution of language begins with the infant’s unique capacity to absorb intact fragments of language, which will serve as a basis for his development. The child first discovers that sounds have meaning, and then they learn to isolate the parts of speech. Finally, they grasp the use of full sentences. Our teachers will nurture our students’ innate language skills and help them read and write at their own pace through comprehensive, child-centered lessons. Our language program will enrich and expand the abilities of students to speak, read, and write through daily oral and written activities. Language, such as books, are provided to hone their reading and comprehension skills. Students experience interactive, hands-on work in exploring pre‐history, ancient writing systems and the evolution of writing tools, hence, building their appreciation for both the old and advanced writing systems developed by humans through time.
Because of the natural spontaneous interest of a child, we make sure to provide a conducive environment for them to freely utilize this spontaneity as a tool to develop their skills and capabilities in different aspects, including language, mathematics, science, social attitude, and recreational activities, among others. We allow them to explore, exercise, and learn the vocabulary that conforms to their sensorial experiences. Their experiences and learning enable them to form their frame of reference with which they can classify the inputs to their senses and help them be successful in all other fields. Through this, we strive to ignite their enthusiasm and love for learning.
At an early age, we help children exercise their independence and sense of control of their lives by providing activities that promote muscle development, eye-hand coordination, concentration, and commitment to accomplish tasks. We utilize household chores as simple ways to foster their knowledge about how life works and improve their proficiency in dealing with everyday situations. Dr. Montessori structured several exercises for the classroom to help the child satisfy their needs for meaningful activity. For these exercises, we use familiar objects, like brushes, buttons, bottles, chairs, and many other items that the child acknowledges at home. Utilizing these materials, the child is honing their coordination, concentration, attention to detail, and ability to follow a consistent order of action while acquiring positive working habits.
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The Peace Rose Montessori School is now open following the CDC guidelines and safety protocols. Come, and see how we can help create a strong foundation for your child’s future, not just in education but in life. We are now scheduling tours for summer and 2021-2022 school year enrollments.
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