The Montessori House Day School provides a specially prepared environment which fosters satisfaction in learning by discovery and a joy in achievement. The climate and selected activities are prepared to interest and motivate the child. The Montessori materials develop basic problem solving and observational techniques. The child begins with the concrete using manipulative materials and gradually works toward the abstract. Montessori's recognition of the importance of a stimulating environment as a means of "freeing the child's potential" is supported by a multitude of studies in early learning. The young child is in the process of forming first impressions of his/her own nature and ability, of other people, and of life in general. These impressions can last a lifetime. To reach the highest potential possible, the child must develop a healthy self-concept, wholesome attitudes and values, desirable social skills and habits, and independence and self-reliance. Through purposeful activities, each child develops the ability to adjust and think reflectively, as well as a sensitivity in human relationships and a curiosity and appreciation of nature and their world.
Teaching Philosophy Information
True Montessori educational program
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