philosophy

 
Education should be an aid to life, therefore we follow Dr. Montessori’s idea that the goal of early childhood education should be to cultivate the child’s own natural desire to learn, in order for him or her to develop his/her physical, intellectual and emotional powers.  Recognizing that children grow in predictable stages that have as their end state the creation of the adult, we must see in them the person they must become.  Therefore, respect for a child’s personality and freedom, and trust in their inner potentiality, are a prerequisite for the foundation of our educational goal.
 



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Children working on Montessori lessons

The Pink Tower

 The series of cubes develop visual discrimination of three dimensions. Exploration with this material prepares the child for mathematical concepts in the decimal system, geometry and volumes. 

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