Best Montessori Daycares in Stevenson MD

Montessori Daycares in Stevenson MD

Recent Reviews in Stevenson MD

Bambi Home Daycare

"We Love Tenya! We’ve been going here a year and a half and we are so pleased with the care and love our children receive. They eat well, have great areas for indoor ad outdoor play, and a quiet "

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Tania's Care

"Tania runs the best family child care in Baltimore. She was kind, caring, and more like a mother to our daughter. She always had time to provide feedback about events of the day, she gave us..."

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Other Montessori Daycares Near Stevenson MD

Msl International Children Center

Our Preschool program follows a concept of helping the children to... get a balanced skill to choose what they like to pursue. Our Preschool classrooms have learning centers for math, science, dramatic play, music, art, technology. The whole schedule balances both shared and independent learning and group learning projects. Teachers engage the children in domain based and theme based learning activities giving the children opportunities with proper materials and equipment incorporating individual attention. Fostering skills by introducing preschoolers to cognitive skills such as social skills in matching and sequencing. Language and art skills by phonics and storytelling and writing. Giving the preschoolers real world experiences fosters a concept of learning. At MSL we cater to the Whole Child concept and covers a wide range of skills including those related to self-help, language and Literacy, cognitive and mathematical thinking and physical development. Concentrate on listening to stories initiating hands on activities , Singing to diverse music from different countries. Art projects help to develop language and vocabulary skills and fine motor skills and cognitive skills. Families receive a daily communication of exactly what each child does every day. Teachers use ongoing observation and developmental checklists to thoroughly assess your child’s development every quarter .Parent conferences on a regular basis help the teacher s to form a unique Partnership to help the child to reach the concept of the Whole child.

Montessori Luna Bilingual Day Care

Montessori Luna Bilingual Daycare strives to guide children through... their unique pathway toward their full potential by: Enriching the quality of children educational and developmental pathways of life. Providing a structural environmental designed to promote academic learning within the framework of respect and responsibility. Understanding the commitment to our global community. Creating a nurturing environment that provides a sense of self-worth and independence. The curriculum is taught in English and Spanish. Practical Life: Through the exercises and repetition of “practical” skills, children learn how to complete work from beginning to end by following a sequence of performance steps. These activities include many of the tasks children see as part of the daily life in their home such as buttoning, zipping, setting the table, watering plants, preparing food, arranging flowers, etc. Grace and courtesy presentations help children to understand the practice of culturally appropriate social behaviors in a fun way. Sensorial: The Sensorial materials serve as tools for development. The materials in this area include various activities to teach the children shapes, colors, spatial relationships and logical thinking skills. By touching, seeing, smelling, tasting, listening, and exploring children learn to order and classify the physical properties of their environment. Such activities increase the child’s awareness and provide a repertoire of sensorial experiences through which they will use to perceive the world around them. Language: growth is vital to a child’s development. The Montessori environment is rich in oral language opportunities, allowing the child to experience conversations, stories and songs. Beginning with the sandpaper letters, children link sound and symbol, encouraging the development of written expression and reading skills. At the next level, the children move on to reading comprehension, sentence structure, vocabulary development, and writing skills. Math: materials help the child learn and understand mathematical concepts by working with concrete materials. This work gives children a solid understanding of basic mathematical principles, prepares them for later abstract reasoning, and helps to develop problem-solving capabilities. This area includes a range from number recognition, place value, subtraction, addition and ordinal counting; all the way to multiplication and division. Art: Finger paint, clay and lots of hand on activities will help the child to develop their fine motor skills. Cultural Studies: include geography, biology, botany, zoology, physical science, art and music. These subjects are usually presented to reinforce another concept in the classroom. For example, children learn about people and cultures in other countries alongside their geographical studies. Broadening the scope of their basic studies will offer children an underlying knowledge, overall understanding, and earned appreciation for the world around them. Spanish: As part of a global community, Spanish is taught as a second language. Lessons are delivered in both English and Spanish and children are constantly exposed to folkloric Spanish music.

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