Cultivating children’s potential in their formative years

“The first two years of life are the most important. Observation proves that small children are endowed with special psychic powers and points to new ways of drawing them—literally educating by cooperating with nature. So here begins the new path, wherein it will not be the professor who teaches the child, but the child who teaches the professor.”

– Education for a New World Dr. Maria Montessori

The Montessori classroom seeks to meet the developmental needs of children in the areas of independence, sense of order, language expansion, refinement of movement, socialization, and toilet learning. The ultimate goal is to help children become more independent.

child pouring a water in the glass

Independence and Movement

Activities, such as changing clothes, choosing work, completing tasks, interacting with others, and completing toilet learning, foster independence. We let children move about freely. We support their budding desire for socialization as they make contact with those around them. The classroom is designed to have a safe, clean, and child-friendly home environment.


The pre-casa classroom focuses on language development. Children are introduced to the names of objects in the classroom as well as names of feelings and appropriate ways to express them. Besides encouraging them to engage in conversations, language skills are also reinforced through songs, rhymes, and books.

child playing with coloring pencils

The Need for Order

We encourage children’s sense of order through predictable surroundings and established routines. External order helps them develop inner order. The daily sequence of specific lessons and routines and the predictable placement of lessons on the shelves foster classroom order. This also promotes trust in the environment and in themselves, which also increases their self-esteem.

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