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The Toddler classroom is a safe and nurturing environment consisting of appropriate shelving and activities geared toward 18- to 36-month old children. During the Sensitive period, the Toddler begins to learn independence, self reliance, fine and gross motor skills, grace and courtesy, cognitive skills in a prepared environment.
Fundamental to Montessori Theory is the multi-age classroom. This classroom includes children 3–6 years of age. They may work either individually or in small groups, learning from sharing with one another. The children engage in activities specially designed for their learning in the areas of Practical Life, Sensorial, Natural Science, Geography, Math, Language, Art and Music.
This program refers to the more advanced academic work which is available to the older and more independent child. This program is typically for the 5 and 6 year olds (Kindergarten-age), however, a child that is 4 ½ years old with six months of previous Montessori training can be assessed by the teacher for the program, space permitting.
This program refers to the 6–9 year-old child (1st through 3rd grade). Normally, a child must have had previous Montessori schooling to be accepted into this program. This program continues with the advanced academic work individually or in small groups and at their own pace. Long blocks of work encourage extended spans of concentration.
This program refers to the 9–12 year old child (4th through 6th grade). Normally, a child must have had previous Montessori schooling to be accepted in this program. This program continues with the advanced academic work. Most of their work is now abstract and targets writing skills, research, reports, etc. Our Senior Elementary students also get to experience larger than life field trips to different destinations in Georgia.