Toddler Program

Montessori is based on the idea that children are born wanting to learn. If we unlock that natural desire to learn, then what follows is academic success. The goals of a Montessori education, however, don’t stop at academic excellence.
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The Child's Work
Our Toddler program is recognized and approved by the State of Indiana as a Toddler Ministry. Children in the toddler classroom gain independence through care of self exercises such as dressing, baking, and toilet-training. Continuous language lessons provide children with the proper terms for items within their environments.

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The education of even a small child, therefore, does not aim at preparing him for school, but for life.

Maria Montessori - Italian physician and educator

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Inside a montessori classroom

Practical Life

The classroom encourages care of self. Life skills are important to develop because they give the child a sense of “I am helping” which later in life translates to being responsible to the community.

Movement

Children in the Toddler Program are working on both large and fine motor skills. Large motor skills are developed through activities like the climber, carrying of chairs and outdoor activities.

Language

Children in the Toddler Program are literally absorbing all language around them. With this in mind we provide several different forms of language development such as conversation, songs, books and vocabulary enrichment.

Social

In the Toddler Program we focus on the most basic of grace and courtesy skills. These skills are huge successes for a child this age. These include lessons on: waiting one’s turn, apologizing, introducing oneself and walking in the classroom.

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