Sorting, tracing, scrubbing, exploring and puzzling – and that’s just the first day!
Students in our (3-6) program have begun the year in a flurry of activity. The Montessori works on the shelves provide numerous opportunities for children to develop fine motor strength, a deep understanding of math, various degrees of sorting objects and solving puzzles. Students not only learn countries’ shapes and where they are located on a map, but they also learn about the flora, fauna, exports, customs and culture as well.
Each day, children spend a significant amount of time exploring the outdoors, where they learn the practical properties of physics by climbing small trees, running within the preprimary woods and using the playground equipment and the sandbox to bring their imaginings to life.
Virtual Open House on October 10, 2021 – Click here to learn more about it and to sign up.
Ann Baumgardner, Communications Director