Freedom and Discipline Discipline and freedom are almost always regarded as antonyms. To discipline means to control ; to be free means to be free from any controls.
A Montessori classroom is a unique environment in which children have the freedom to choose their work and set their own pace within an engaging, well organized, sequenced curriculum.
Our classrooms have all the materials necessary for ongoing learning at every stage. Our toddler and preschool classrooms are led by trained Montessori teachers. The Montessori classroom includes activities for the areas of language development, math, science, geography, art, sensorial materials and practical life or daily living skills.
Each area of curriculum is organized from the concrete and simple to more complex attributes. Within this organized and creative environment, children are guided to become independent and self-disciplined and to experience the joy of learning and discovery.
The RIE philosophy is based on a few simple principles: Infants have time for uninterrupted play, freedom to explore their environment and to interact with other infants. They are active participants in all of aspects of their own care.
Caregivers use observation to set appropriate limits and expectations to support their understanding of each individual infant. The infant environment is physically safe, emotionally nurturing and cognitively challenging. The school has a lovely outdoor playground overlooking 6th Avenue, where the children play each day away from the foot and car traffic of downtown.
On our playground we have an urban garden that our chef utilizes as much as possible in our daily, homemade meals and snacks, see our menu. Our school is comprised of our infant room with space for up to nine babies ratio of 1: And our two preschool rooms have twenty children in each room ratio of 1: We are licensed for a total of 61 children.
We offer full-time care and are open from 7:Introduction to Montessori Method. Montessori education is an approach to that celebrates and nurtures each child’s intrinsic desire to learn. Our Philosophy at The Montessori Garden. At the Montessori Garden our goal is to nurture and expand the minds of young children by providing a safe and peaceful environment.
Introduction to Sensorial What is Sensorial Work.
Sensorial comes from the words sense or senses. As there are no new experiences for the child to take from the Sensorial work, the child is able to concentrate on the refinement of all his senses, from visual to stereognostic.
Midrand Montessori PreSchool and Primary is an intimate home-away-from-home that provides children aged 3 months to 12 years with a stimulating and enticing learning environment.
|Awarded 'Among Best Preschools in Northern Virginia' & 'Best Montessori in Chantilly'.||The Montessori Theory approach, concepts and foundation principles can be applied across all ages.|
|Our School||Early Childhood Education At Its Finest The primary goal of a Montessori program is to help each child reach its full potential in all areas of life.|
|Maria Montessori Theory | Montessori Education Principles | Daily Montessori||CBMS children are well on their way to becoming life long learners! The Montessori method of education was developed by Dr.|
|The first aim of the prepared environment is, as far as it is possible, to render the growing child independent of the adult.|
They are given freedom to discover themselves and develop their individual personalities and talents within a controlled, calm atmosphere. The Prepared Environment. The "prepared environment" is Maria Montessori's concept that the environment can be designed to facilitate maximum independent learning and exploration by the child.
We explain the six aspects of the Montessori prepared environment, and why it is so important to the success a child experiences with Montessori education!