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Montessori Who We Are ?
Montessori Vs Traditional
The Method
The Montessori Philosphy
Montessori Concepts
The Montessori Premises
The Montessori Teacher
The Montessori Curriculum

   Highly professionally Montessori trained teachers and child care associates with over 15 YEARS OF EXPERIENCE

   Giving HEAD START to your child for kindergarten

   State of the art COMPUTER LAB with Projector for more fun learning

   Partner with one of the WEB's MOST ONLINE COMPREHENSIVE math practice site which Provides unlimited questions in more than 2000 topics.

   Partner with education CONTENT MANAGEMENT INSTITUTE which offers a wide range of materials, including math, language arts, reading and writing, social studies, science, and much more!

   CONSTANTLY VIGILANT - Our facility is strictly and consistently monitored by CC cameras.

   Commitment to SAFETY AND HYGIENE

   Child friendly and SPACIOUS ROOMS which are clean & well lit rooms PLUS a large and COLORFUL PLAY GROUND

   Age Appropriate programs & NUTRITIOUS MEALS

   MUSIC IS TECHNICALLY taught on the keyboard with an introduction to musical notes etc

   Easy access to Rt 1 , Rt 95 and Rt 32

   And all this at very AFFORDABLE FEE

Why MontessoriWhat Is Montessori

A Montessori program is based on self-direction, non-competitive and cooperative activities that help a child develop a strong self-image, high levels of academic and social competence, and the confidence to face challenges with optimism. Encouraged to make decisions at an early age, Montessori educated children are problem-solvers who can make appropriate choices, manage their time, and work well with others. They exchange ideas and discuss work freely. These positive communication skills build the foundation for negotiating new settings.


Montessori (pronounced MON-tuh-SORE-ee) is a comprehensive educational approach from birth to adulthood based on the observation of children's needs in a variety of cultures all around the world. Beginning her work almost a century ago, Dr. Maria Montessori developed this educational approach based on her understanding of children's natural learning tendencies as they unfold in "prepared environments" for multi-age groups (0-3, 3-6, 6-9, 9-12, and 12-14). The Montessori environment contains specially designed, manipulative "materials for development" that invite children to engage in learning activities of their own individual choice. Under the guidance of a trained teacher, children in a Montessori classroom learn by making discoveries with the materials, cultivating concentration, motivation, self-discipline, and a love of learning.

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