Our Program

Practical life

Practical life which concentrates on the child’s fine and gross motor skills. It teaches them to care for themselves and the environment in which they live, develops concentration and coordination, social skills and independence.


Sensorial which involves the five senses and the brain. It prepares the child to organize, categorize and systemize the impressions that they already have and will develop and train their senses.


Math, which is concrete and hands on, counting 1-1000’s, skip counting, and arithmetic. Our goal is to have each child develop a love for numbers, problem solving strategies, and have confidence in using numbers in everyday life.


Language which involves reading and writing phonetically, vocabulary development, preparing the hand for writing, introduce the sounds of each letter of the alphabet, and learning verbs and nouns in a fun way.


Within the area of science, children will learn about nature and how it affects their everyday life. 


Culture is mainly theme work, music, art, physical activity and nutrition. Culture is to learn about the world and the people that live in it. The goal here is to help the child become aware of and appreciate the diversity of the world. Art is a way for the child to express themselves.


There will be a corner that is dedicated to the library or reading corner. Children will have many books to choose from and a comfortable quiet area to read.


"Education should no longer be mostly imparting of knowledge, but must take a new path, seeking the release of human potentialities."

- Maria Montessori