Learning with Montessori core principles
The core principle Montessori For All follows is the most central to the Montessori philosophy. That is allowing each child to develop at his or her individual pace. The ‘miracle’ stories of Montessori children far ahead of traditional expectations for their age level reflect not artificial acceleration, but the possibilities open when children are allowed to learn at their pace in a scientifically prepared environment.
Cultural Activities are a specific extension of the language curriculum where children begin to acquire a sense of historical fact, classification of physical geography and an appreciation of cultural differences.
Practical Life is the study of self-help skills and focuses on the four major areas, Care of Self, Care of Environment, Grace and Courtesy, and Movement.
Sensorial uses a multi-sensory approach to education. Children are encouraged to learn by processing information gathered through the sen.
Math continues the cognitive math development that began in the Practical Life Skills and Sensorial curriculum, taking an acute focus and more abstract thinking process with concrete materials.
What Makes Us Special?
Our students have the opportunity to find out just who they are, on their own timetable, in a child-centered environment where their individuality is cherished.
A warm and nurturing environment with a professional and well-trained, experienced faculty.
An innovative learning environment that fosters deeper thought and stimulates questioning and student-led research.
Opportunities for parent involvement in the school’s culture.
Natural Play Areas
Natural play areas and gardens that the children assist in caring for, promoting responsibility and independence.
Love & Care
Home-like learning environments that the children assist in caring for, promoting responsibility and independence.
A focus on specific areas of learning
Montessori For All has produced young, competent learner whose abilities have far surpassed the conventional public school education. Children are given the tools to excel themselves in a carefully prepared environment in areas such as Math, Language, Sensorial, Practical Life, Geography, History. The knowledge of each subject exceeds what young adults know in some of the upper elementary levels.
How we differ from a traditional daycare and kindergarten
Parents of our students will tell you that the biggest difference between our school and a traditional daycare or kindergarten can be found in the light they see in their child’s eyes each day. This light is their child’s drive to learn and develop; it represents the key contrast between Montessori schools and traditional schools.
Both Montessori and traditional preschools have the same goal: to provide learning experiences for the child. The differences lie in the types of learning experiences each school provides and the methods they use to accomplish this goal. We believe these differences are crucial because they help shape how a child learns, whether they enjoy learning, and their future attitude towards themselves and the world around them.
The process begins with your inquiry and meeting on Zoom. Following our meeting on the Zoom we send you the appliation form to be completed.
Hulda cares deeply about her work-teaching children. She approaches her work not only as a profession but as a craft perfecting her technique with each day she spends with the child. We have watched Hulda study our daughter and the other children in her class and have watched her design materials to address areas of development. As the year went on , we were impressed with the advancement of the materials and with Hulda’s techniques. But more than that, we have been impressed with our daughter’s development which Hulda fostered and carefully nourished over the last several months.
Hulda has taught me as well. She often couples the typical report of my daughter’s day with a developmental attribute or two. This has helped me refine my own technique at home.
I was first introduced to Hulda when I learned she would be on of the teachers in my daughter’s classroom. my husband and I could not have been more thrilled to have her teach our daughter. As any parent would say, it is a difficult decision to trust someone to care for your child. Hulda makes that decision easy. We are fortunate that our daughter has spent so much time with Hulda and are grateful for all she
What Heads of Schools are Saying
Hulda has demonstrated her intelligence in the classroom. hulda has a keen sense of the materials and activities that offer young children opportunities to learn new concepts. As an adult learner, Hulda mentors other adult learners that has less experience. Her care of children is remarkable.
Hulda is dependable. She takes her work seriously. Hulda’s strength and passion are in the classroom with children from 3 months-6 years. Hulda’s passion and career mesh perfectly with her determination to succeed.