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    • Infant Program

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    • Infant Program

    • Infant Program

Ages 18 months - 3 years

Whoever touches the life of the child touches the most sensitive point of a whole which has roots in the most distant past and climbs toward the infinite future.

– Dr. Montessori

Academic Highlights

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  • 5 full-day & 5 half-day Toddler program

    for children from 18 months to 3 years
  • Bright and spacious classrooms

    small in size with an attractive child-teacher ratio
  • Fully fenced playground

Program Highlights

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  • Math

    students are actively involved in problem solving
  • Music

    music appreciation, improvisation, composition and music-making
  • Physical Education

    regularly throughout the week
  • The Going-Out Program

    is a fundamental cornerstone of the Montessori Education where students go out to understand the world they live in through their own experiences and perspectives
  • Language

    introduction of the Montessori sandpaper letters which associate each spoken sound with its symbol (letter)
  • Geography

    begins with the use of many well-prepared apparatuses such as the world puzzle maps, sandpaper globe, flags of the world, and models of landform
  • Practical Life

    everyday-living exercises including pouring, sweeping, tying, zipping and buttoning
  • French and Mandarin

    introduced through a variety of age appropriate activities such as games, songs, sorting objects and crafts
  • Technology

    students are introduced to the use of computers to reinforce letter and number skills
  • Art

    helps beginning learners see and think in new ways and builds bridges between verbal and nonverbal, and between logic and emotion