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Learn By Doing

Your young child has a strong desire to understand the order in the world and a unique ability to absorb new concepts.

The Montessori environment is a miniature world, carefully and attractively designed, which the children can examine and control.

The three year curriculum includes practical life, sensorial, language, math, culture, art, music and movement.

Beyond the Books

Emphasis is placed on helping children express feelings in constructive ways and develop social skills and a sense of responsibility for their own behavior within the school community.

A philosophy of “freedom within limits” provides the basic framework for the children’s interaction with the environment and each other.

Registration

How To Register Your Child for Children’s Montesorri Schoolhouse

If you are interested in learning more about our school and would like to come in for a private tour, please contact the school’s administrator, Tammy DiGirolamo, at 856-848-0922. Tours are available on weekdays by appointment.

Call For Initial Visit

856-848-0922

Mail For Inquiry

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Parents are asked to make their initial visit without their children and plan at least an hour observation.

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The application form must be submitted and an interview with the child in a classroom will then be scheduled.

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A notification of acceptance will then complete the process. Classroom space is limited.

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Curriculum

The Montessori Method

Every child possesses an innate desire to learn and a unique sensitivity and aptitude for absorbing knowledge from his environment especially during the first six years of life.

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Social and Emotional Growth

The emotional and social development of the child is an important part of our program.

We seek to create a warm, loving, respectful atmosphere.   

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The Montessori Teacher

Teachers in the Montessori classroom are the dynamic link between the child and the prepared environment. It is the primary task of the teacher to help the child act and think for himself. 

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The Daily Program

Most of the class time is spent in individual and small-group lessons. The uninterrupted period allows the individual and the class to develop a work cycle.

More – The Daily Program

The Three Year Cycle

At CMS we encourage three years in our Montessori environment before moving on to first grade. This allows the child to take full advantage of our program and work in all curriculum areas.

More – The Three Year Cycle

Three Year Curricular Programs

At Children’s Montessori Schoolhouse we encourage three years in our Montessori environment before moving on to first grade. This allows the child to take full
advantage of our program and work in all curriculum areas.

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Music & Movement

Music, gives children opportunities to perfect their movements and refine coordination.

Math & Science Club

Math, to develop the logical mind. Science, to discover the wonders of the world.

Practical Life

Practical Life activities for the development of concentration, organization and independence.

Art

Art, is a way for children to communicate their feelings. It is through art that children develop their fine motor skills.

Sensorial

Sensorial, to sort impressions of the senses and to develop skills in comparing, judging and sequencing.

Language & Culture

Your child rapidly acquires language and the instinct to decipher and acquire the language of their culture.

Non-Discrimination Policy

The Children’s Montessori Schoolhouse is committed to equal opportunity for all students and all staff. It is school policy that no one shall be treated differently, separately, or have any action directly affecting him or her take on the basis of race, religion, national origin, marital status, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, or disability where a person is otherwise qualified or could be with reasonable accommodation.

The immediate remedy for any act of discrimination shall be to end it, treat the individual equally, and, as much as practically possible, to eradicate any effects of discrimination. Discipline should be imposed where appropriate.

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