Things You Do Not Know about Montessori




At our Walnut Montessori school, we provide a friendly, clean, warm, and safe educational learning environment. Additionally, our academy has an open floor plan with great natural lighting, our classrooms are decorated brightly to make the students feel comfortable, and we pack the environment with many age-appropriate learning materials. As a Montessori preschool facility, we firmly believe in giving children a chance to develop at their own pace. Providing a safe, individualized learning facility is not our only goal. The Montessori curriculum has a lot more to offer. Here are some of the things you may not know about.

Dr. Maria Montessori

Maria Montessori (1870-1952) was an Italian physician and educator. She was best known for developing a philosophy and teaching method that revolutionized early childhood education. A pioneer, Dr. Montessori was convinced that children teach themselves. They grow by learning from what they find in their environment.

Montessori Kindergarten Teaching Curriculum

Our preschool students are presented with an opportunity to work in a unique environment. They can select from the materials displayed on shelves in the classroom. Your son or daughter will get a chance to work in a relaxing environment with few interruptions. By making choices, our students learn to think, concentrate, and develop self-discipline. Our prepared classrooms make the following core curriculum possible:

  • Language Art, such as Letters, Sounds, and Basic Phonic Reading
  • Practical life skills
  • Mathematics
  • Science
  • Social Studies
  • Sensory Development
  • Cultural Activities

Montessori Philosophy

The Montessori philosophy implies that children learn better when they can choose their activities within a well-stocked educative classroom. Our teachers can provide a stimulating work environment after observing and assessing their students. We concentrate on your child's interests and abilities. Our goal is to offer students an opportunity to discover their talents. Mistakes are viewed as a chance to learn.