The Montessori approach provides a “prepared environment” for children. This means that every object in the classroom is chosen specifically for this age child. Set in a safe and beautiful environment prepared just for you and your young child, your child is free to explore and learn by experiencing the classroom materials and the other children—a critical component of their early education as they learn to interact with a familiar group of peers on a regular basis.
In the weekly Parent/Infant classes, parents will learn how to recognize stages of child development and how to best stimulate growing brains.
The class is facilitated by an experienced Montessori teacher who serves as a guide and model for parents and infants as they explore the environment, offering practical examples of how to follow through with learning experiences at home. Topics include language acquisition and development, development of fine and gross motor skills, brain development, sleeping, nutrition, toilet training, preparing the home and more. Expectant parents, parents and babies alike will benefit from this Parent/Infant class series designed to follow children’s natural tendency to explore the well-prepared environment around them, and introduce parents to the benefits of observing their babies in an intentional way.
Our Parent/Toddler program was created for your toddler and a parent/caregiver to attend together.
Children and adults navigate this early learning experience cooperatively, exploring the world around them and making choices about how to participate in play activities, art, music, story and snack time. Not only is this a wonderful opportunity for your toddler to interact with similar-aged peers, but it’s also a chance for adults to discuss topics of interest to parents of young children.
The parent/toddler class is one of a kind in this area. It is personalized and professional...and a great way to meet other parents.