Montessori Daycares in Los Angeles CA

Montessori Daycares in Los Angeles CA

Exposition Park Montessori Childcare Center
Exposition Park Montessori Childcare Center is a licensed child care center in Los Angeles, CA with the license issued by the L. A. Day Care-East (33). We are a medium-sized center. We believe the key to changing the world is through the hearts of the children. At K-Step Motnessori we are dedicated to giving families and children the support and high quality program for them to thrive. Our programs integrate Maria Montessori's philosophy with the elements of child development to create an enriching curriculum and exciting learning environment. We offer a flexible program to help children in their learning processes and prepare them for their future through independent exploration and freedom of choice. Each child’s unique needs, natural abilities and desire to learn are focused upon to provide them with an age-appropriate education. Children are encouraged by teachers and peers to progress at their own pace and share enriching experiences. Our program is equipped and staffed to provide wholesome quality care for children infants and up. About K-Step Montessori Childcare... Our service for children has grown out of the sincere love and concern for their development and assimilation into our ever-changing society. We have been educating children and their families for over 35 years throughout Southern California. Today, we provide childcare for more than 150 diverse children (infants and up), and encourage the individual role that each child brings to our school. Our culturally diverse staff fosters the important elements of a high-quality preschool system with their various accomplishments in the child development field. Our excellent educational performance qualifies us for state associated programs such as the Los Angeles Universal Preschool Organization (LAUP). To learn more about us, please send us an email.

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Galang Family Child Care

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Star Christian School

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Other Montessori Daycares Near Los Angeles CA

Tender Years Child Care

Tender Years Child Care offers a wonderful, loving environment for your growing little one. Our goal is to provide an environment for your child to... explore, create, and learn through structured learning and free play. We dedicate our time to help your child build their independence. We promote sharing, socializing, creative self expression and positive self awareness which all foster a well rounded individual. We provide infant, toddler, and preschool programs. We offer age appropriate activities that meets the developmental needs of each individual child in our care. Our choices include free play, learning through exploration, music and movement, story time, and lots of hands-on activities. Our structure learning program introduces your child to the basic elements of early learning such as, visual recognition of ABC, 123, colors and shapes. Our environment was designed for your child to explore, to socialize and develop relationships with peers, and to become independent little thinkers and say "I did it all by myself". *Ages 6 weeks to 6 years. *Organic meals and snacks. *7 am-6 pm, Monday-Friday. *Drop-in Care (upon availability). *Extended Care Available. *Alternative Payment Plans are welcome. *Pre-K Curriculum. *Experienced Caregivers. *C.P.R & First Aid Certified. *Large Secured outside play area. *Infant Daily Log. *Potty training. *Field Trips. *Sign Language. *Spanish. View our website and schedule an appointment today to see what TYCC has to offer your child! Lic#197410352/Wroten Family Child Care

Montessori Shir-Hashirim - Berendo

When I first opened our preschool in Hollywood in 1985, the name Shir-Hashirim seemed to be just right. Shir-Hashirim translates literally as “Song... of Songs,” but the biblical meaning may be closer to “Song of Creation.” Although our name is Hebrew, we honor many traditions and we welcome students and employ faculty and staff without regard to race, color, religion or national origin. When you enter our “house for children” — the phrase and concept are original with Maria Montessori — you may be struck by several features of our everyday educational experience. The first impression may be of the silence of the children’s involvement. Our students are between two and six years of age, and many parents, seeing bunches of such young children, expect to witness significant levels of noise, if not outright chaos. A primary commitment of the Montessori method is not rigid discipline but trust that if children are presented with materials finely tuned to their emerging capacities, they will become naturally absorbed in exploring simultaneously, and through an exquisitely quiet interaction, the possibilities of both the materials and themselves. A Montessori Education is renowned for following the child by respecting his or her individual pace of development, not simply as a philosophical tenet but in the very practical terms of constantly assessing when the child is ready for which new challenge. It is the sustained experience of personal involvement in frequently changing tasks that underlies the development of the independence we see in the classroom, and that many parents report seeing in their homes and as they accompany their children out in the wider world. The second surprise may come from noting how the children help and learn from each other. Teachers present new materials and supervise their use, but the children frequently help each other. Our classrooms mix ages that are separated in many educational settings, and this mixing leads naturally to older or more experienced children helping novices in given tasks. The young child naturally looks to the older with respect and for guidance, and the older or more experienced child often learns most profoundly from teaching, an experience we share with them. You may also be surprised to see the range of activities inside and outside of the school. In our classrooms every day, students practice activities in mathematics, language, science, history, geography, reading and writing. Our programs change as our staff, family backgrounds and student interests change, but to give an indication, as of this writing we offer art, music, dance, drama, and yoga, as well as instruction in French, Mandarin and Spanish. The children, as beginners, will often show the roughness of primitives, but also, if you observe closely, you will see that they display the positive aspects of the primitive in the sense of simplicity and profundity in the experience of discovery. The motivation of our staff is continually refreshed by observing these features — the children’s solo involvements, the mutual benefits of altruistic relations with each other, and their immediate grasp of aspects of arts and sciences that we realize we had always failed to appreciate. In addition, in our twenty years of experience, we have enjoyed enormously the constantly evolving international community that has evolved around us in Los Angeles, and that surprises us every year by offering us new possibilities, for example a grandfather visiting from Singapore who plays guitar as he sings in Chinese, delighting the children who can make out words they have learned from their Chinese teacher; or a mother’s introduction of Hindu food and dances at her child’s birthday party; or the “industry” parents who may rush back from a movie set or a Las Vegas show to help us design state-of-the-art sound systems, create a tapestry-like stage background, or edit the recordings of multiple cameras into a DVD of one of our plays. We delight in the reality that each person — child, parent, and staff — brings something unique and valuable to our community. We invite you to visit our school and spend some time in our classrooms. Watch how the children interact with one another, and with the adult teachers (in Montessori we call them guides). See how responsibility and independence are fostered, and how the child-appropriate environment makes it possible for children to discover their abilities. Please join us for a tour and see why children love being here.

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