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Montessori & Reggio are very free flowing curriculums in that the children’s day moves based on their interests. Outside of meal, recess and rest times, the day moves based on children’s selections of materials.
The children come in and are greeted by the teacher. Children wash their hands. They begin their three-hour work cycle that focuses on the five main areas of the classroom: Practical Life, Sensorial, Math, Language, and Science/Geography. During that three-hour work cycle, the child will pick a work that has already been presented to them by… Continue Reading »
This holiday season, Villa Montessori students and staff members refuse to let COVID-19 steal their holiday joy. As 2020 draws to a close, our school has several special events planned for the month of December that will help students discover more about the holidays on a global level – while also teaching the importance of assisting… Continue Reading »
Because of the environment that we provide, focusing on independence and fostering the love of learning, children are able to transition well from Montessori to a traditional-learning school. Children with a Montessori early childhood education are generally more advanced in reading and math then children who do not have a Montessori background.