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Enriched Montessori

Child-Centered Method

Every day begins with an integrated daily circle, which promotes leadership roles through interactive activities around calendar days, weather, storytime, show and tell, and letter of the week.

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  • The Casa programs lessons are based upon the teacher observing each child's aptitude, interests, and needs, as children develop at their own pace and potential

  • The classroom is designed to encourage independence in your child through their choice of activities

  • Young children learn higher levels of cognitive and social skills not only through mental development but also by observing others as models.

  • Older children learn to be patient, tolerant and serve as role models and teachers for the younger children, reinforcing previously learned concepts

  • There are five different learning domains in the Montessori Method – including daily activities, sensorial, mathematics, language, and culture

  • Daily activities develop independence, coordination, and concentration in children, through real-life experiences that come from practical skills such as pouring, transferring and dressing themselves

  • The sensorial domain promotes children’s concentration for a wider awakening of the senses and perception for distinguishing different qualities and patterns

  • Many of the exercises in the sensorial domain are also indirect preparations for later mathematics and language work

  • Culture in the classroom encompasses a variety of subjects which include: Geography, Zoology, Botany, Science, Art & Music, and Languages.

  • Many of the activities are enhanced with the Montessori method and are introduced to children through Montessori materials by certified Montessori teachers.

 

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Goal

Our goal is to ensure that while your child’s individual needs are met, the focus is on teaching and shaping them into being competent, capable, curious, and rich in potential.

Positive experiences in early childhood set the foundation for lifelong learning, behaviour, health, and well-being.  Partnership with families and communities are essential to respect for diversity, equity and inclusion is vital.

We also organized our program around the four foundational conditions that are important for children to grow and flourish: belonging, well-being, engagement, and expression. These foundational pillars apply to all children and their families regardless of age, ability, culture, language, geography, or environment.

NURSERY

NURSERY 

PROGRAM

For the nursery age (2.5 – 4 years old), we provide a daily teacher-directed art and sensory activity, followed by other fun activities such as playdough, painting, beading, lacing, and more.

For cognitive development, we deliver as many creative opportunities as possible to promote learning of letters, colors, shapes, and number recognition. Books, interactive songs, board games, musical instruments, and puppets are just a few ways we enhance your children’s learning experiences across a broad range of relevant topics.

Available 3 or 5 days per week

From 9: 00 am to 11:30 am 

From 12:30 pm to 3:00 pm

From 9:00 am to 3:00 pm

45 min Active Play 
15 min Tidy Up

15 min Circle time 
45 min Montessori Classes Daily Activities, Self-care, / Sensorial, Language/ Math or Culture 
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15 min Snack
15 min Music, Language,  get ready to go home              

Children's Age 2.5 to 4 years old

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Blueberries

3 cups

Flour

2 tsp.

Cinnamon

2 tbsp.

Salt

1½ cups

Butter

The goal/objective is to provide as many creative activities and opportunities which promote letter, colours, shapes, and number (associating numbers with values 1-10) recognition, as possible.

Activities such as:

 

  • Sound bags, felt stories, puppets, board games, books, and songs are used to enhance learning experiences across a broad range of relevant topics.

  • Musical instruments and interactive songs

Daily teacher-directed art activity, followed by:
 

  • Playdough, water table, sand table

  • Easel painting

  • Crayons, chalkboard, scissors

  • Beading, lacing, etc.

A child’s name is selected to assist the teacher with different activities during this time. This helps them learn to recognize their name in print and to promote leadership roles.
 

  • Daily greeting

  • Calendar and weather (let's sing and learn about the days of the week, months of the year, weather and seasons)

  • Storytime

  • Introduction to the weekly theme (revisited in cognitive)

  • Show and tell

Cognitive

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Art & Sensory

KINDERGARTEN

KINDERGARTEN 

PROGRAM

We provide language education through activities such as phonics and printing on Sand, guided reading program, group reading, book share, projects incorporating the monthly theme. We provide mathematics education through activities such as a 100-day chart, printing whole numbers, counting and recording, associating numbers with their values, graphing and sorting data, patterning, estimating length and mass, and provide an introduction to math symbols, fractions, Canadian coins, and the base ten program.

Available 3 or 5 days per week

Children's Age 3.5 to 6 years old

From 9: 00 am to 11:30 am 

From 12:30 pm to 3:00 pm

From 9:00 am to 3:00 pm

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  • 100-day chart (upon completion, 100-day celebration)

  • Recognizing and printing whole numbers 1-20

  • Counting 1-100

  • Counting by 2’s, 5’s, 10’s to 100

  • Missing numbers

  • Exploring patterns and relationships within patterns

  • Associating numbers with their values

  • Counting and recording

  • Graphing and sorting data

  • Patterning

  • Estimating and comparing length, capacity, and mass

  • Introduction to math symbols

  • Introduction to number lines and other hands-on manipulatives

  • Introduction to fractions, whole, halves, thirds, and quarters

  • Introduction to Canadian coins, pennies, nickels dimes, and quarters

  • Introduction to base ten program

A culmination of our learning experiences is exhibited in creating masterpieces, based on monthly units such as Rainforests, Authors and Illustrators, Polar Bears and Penguins, Castles and Knights, etc.

  • Takes place on Friday afternoons

  • Acting out stories, characters, poems

  • Creative expression through music dance and song

  • Daily message board: secret word, high-frequency words, guesses who?

  • Daily phonics workbook: letter formation, beginning and ending consonants, 
    followed by a vowel and three-letter family words, blends, and diagraphs

  • Daily printing

  • Weekly guided reading  program

  • Weekly group reading: I can read folders

  • Projects incorporating monthly theme/unit

  • Creative storytelling

  • Word boxes: high-frequency words

  • Simple punctuation (e.g. capitals, periods, question marks, etc. 
    within a sentence)

Creative Arts and Theatre

Mathematics

Language

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