Toddler Community

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The Toddler Community is a bridge between home and school. The classroom is considered an extension of the home, providing a nurturing environment with a variety of Montessori materials and activities to promote the child’s language, motor, social-emotional and cognitive development.

Children develop greater independence and confidence through working and exploring with materials and activities such as preparing food, creating artwork,  learning to use the toilet, washing tables, sorting shapes and much more. The curriculum is designed to strengthen the child’s small and large motor coordination, refine the senses, expand vocabulary and help the child learn to work alongside peers in a nurturing and supportive community.  

Monthly parent education meetings are offered throughout the school year for parents to enrich their knowledge of child development, Montessori philosophy as well as gain practical parenting tips and guidance.

  • For ages 24 – 35 months (by September 1)
  • 4 Day, Half Day program (8:25am -11:35am), MondayThursday
  • 5 Day, Full Day program (8:25am – 3:30pm, with optional 7:30am early start or 5:30pm extended day)
  • Class Size: 16 children
  • Student to Teacher Ratio: 1:5

For more information and insight check out primary director Reena Morgan’s blog as well as the Toddler Community FAQ.