Ages 3 years to Kindergarten
Renaissance Montessori Children’s House Program Focus
The Children’s House is designed to specifically meet the developmental needs of children between 3 and 5 years of age. The classroom aims to provide purpose, procedure, closure, and personal success to students through subjects such as Practical Life, Sensorial, Language, Math, Art, Geography, and Science.
Students may choose their daily works based on their personal interest or needs, and activities are appropriate for each child’s developmental abilities and personal skills. The classroom itself is equipped with appropriately sized furniture, an ample amount of floor space, and a variety of tables for individual or group work.
Benefits of the Children’s House Program
- Low student-teacher ratio of 9:1
- Montessori-certified lead teachers
- Spanish speaker in each room
- Designated large outdoor environment for students
- Focus on the whole child, including physical, social, emotional, and cognitive growth
- Uninterrupted work cycle each morning, which supports the child’s developing ability to focus on their work
- Full day/extended day students have rest time. They’re encouraged to rest for a short time, then go back to work.
Let Your Child Explore
Students are encouraged to choose their own areas of study based on their personal interests and needs.
Individualized or small group lessons encourage communication and cooperation between students and teachers.
Lessons involve extended group projects and deeper-themed studies designed to help students learn to think out of the box.
Our Spanish-speaking teacher provides students a constant flow of language, learning, and integration.
CHILDREN’S HOUSE HOURS
8:00 am – 12:00 pm
8:00 am – 3:00 pm
7:30 am – 6:00 pm
CHILDREN’S HOUSE OPTIONS
Modified / Extended days
“Because true beauty is based on simplicity, the classroom need not be an elaborate place, but everything within it must be of good design and quality, and as carefully and attractively displayed as a well planned exhibit.”
– Montessori: A Modern Approach p.59