~Dr. Maria Montessori, The Absorbent Mind
“To recognize this great work of the child does not mean to diminish the parents’ authority. Once they can persuade themselves not to be themselves the builders, but merely to act as collaborators in the building process, they become much better able to carry out their real duties; and then, in the light of a wider vision, their help becomes truly valuable.”
Now Enrolling for Fall 2021 and Spring 2022 Semesters!
If you are interested in enrolling, please fill out a registration form below.
Please visit our About page to learn more about policies, including our COVID-19 guidelines for Parent & Child classes.
In addition to our Parent & Child programs, we are offering an at-home learning program called Borrow Buddies. Families can borrow home kits weekly which contain classroom materials and books from our lending library based on your child’s age and unique interests. Learn more about Borrow Buddies and register online here.
As Montessorians, we know two things for certain:
1. Education begins at the moment of birth.
2. The relationship between parent & child during this period of development is so important.
Our goal with Parent & Child programming is to provide a unique experience that allows for bonding and education to happen together as a family. Trained guides will offer support as you and your child learn together about all that Montessori education has to offer your family
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Families enrolled in Parent & Child Afternoon Programs receive priority placement for the upcoming school year and/or summer camps.
See Tuition & Fee Schedule for pricing!
Montessori Parent & Child Class
Now Enrolling for Spring 2022!
Free Trials available through 12/16
Infants and young toddlers will explore the prepared environment while parents (or other caregivers) learn from a trained guide about the foundations of Montessori education such as observation, early brain development, toilet learning and discipline.
Thursdays 1:15-2 PM
FULL for Fall: Now enrolling for Spring 2022!
To encourage independence, creativity and self-expression, early childhood art experiences should be process-based. This means that there are no expectations to create a final “product.” Participants will have the opportunity to work with a variety of quality art materials both cooperatively and individually. Children will also learn to setup and clean up their own art spaces and materials. Guides will offer support to parents on creating an art-friendly space at home for their child.