Our Cubs (0-2 years) and Koala (2-3 years) rooms focus on providing an environment that encourages exploration, sequential development, building of competency, confidence in movement, sensory response, language acquisition & a basic introduction to literacy and numeracy.
One of the greatest benefits of the adaptive Montessori Method, particularly during the early learning experience, is the focus on hands-on learning. The children work on activities that teach language, arts and crafts, sensorial, math, culture and practical life lessons. The Educators encourage the children to concentrate on tasks, and work independently and focus on activities until they are properly mastered.
Our Joeys (3-4 years) and Kangaroo (4-5 years) rooms focus on further developing & refining these skills. Children are encouraged to develop their language, intellect, social skills & self-help skills. They are also encouraged to choose activities of their own interest & the opportunity to engage in large, small group & individual experiences.
Our adaptive Montessori curriculum focuses on key developmental milestones in children between the ages of three and five-years-old. Younger children focus on refining large muscle and language skills. Four-year-olds work on fine motor skills and completing everyday activities, such as cooking and arts and crafts. The children continue to work on activities that teach language, sensorial, math, geography, culture and practical life lessons. Older preschoolers broaden their learning experience through a classroom and curriculum designed around their specific needs and abilities that allows them to explore and learn at their own pace and on their own terms.