In line with Maria Montessori's observation of how avidly children absorb knowledge from their surroundings, we put special emphasis and importance in connecting your child and to help him or her find meaningful place in the world. We call this active learning.
Given developmentally appropriate materials and the freedom to follow their own interest, children have a natural and joyful instinct to teach themselves. Your child will learn about other cultures, animals, and plants in addition to reading, language, and mathematical skills.
Here are examples of our Active Learning programs:
Helps children to be aware of interconnectedness and interdependence of all life by providing them with the tools to interact from a position of respect, understanding and cooperation. They are introduced to the culture of peace.
Promotes a natural sense of gratitude among children-that they should thankful for what they have and to know the value of expressing their gratitude.
This is a special and fun filled activity for both family and our staff. It encourages parents to host and create activities for the students in their homes-activities that promote cultural awareness since our student population is multi cultural. Children will learn about each other’s families as the main subject, featuring their interests, hobbies, ancestry and the like.
Aims not only to aid the child’s physical development, but also his or her social and emotional growth as the child learns to strategize, compete and work in teams as well as treat other children with respect.
Equips young minds with the critical language and literacy skills and experiences they need to build the foundation for success in reading. Also fosters multicultural awareness and understanding through activities that are built upon the child’s home and community experiences.