Welcome to Arbor View Montessori School

Arbor View Montessori School

Arbor View Montessori School provides a warm, accepting, and safe preschool child care environment in Roseville. We are dedicated to the best care, attention, and warm learning environment. Naturally curious, children are eager to learn. Specially trained teachers guide development in Language, Creative Arts, Mathematics, Science, and Practical Life Experience helping children to reach their full potential.

Our carefully planned Montessori materials help develop the natural curiosity of the child that supports your child later in life as part of a continuous learning process even outside the classroom. Your child is motivated by natural curiosity from within. At Arbor View Montessori our program will inspire your child to develop their natural love for knowledge.

Dr. Maria Montessori strongly felt that children are individuals who differ from each other and must be respected, and that the purpose of preschool education is to help the child cultivate his or her own desire to learn naturally. Arbor View Montessori provides educational child care with a fun and safe preschool learning environment that is vital to the development of children.

Recent Blog Posts

June
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At Arbor View Montessori preschool and child care we teachers nurture the artistic spirit of the child  |  0 Comments
Creative Arts

At Arbor View Montessori preschool and child care we teachers nurture the artistic spirit of the child and prepare a visually appealing art environment that sets the child’s creativity in motion.

"To confer the gift of drawing we must create an eye that sees, a hand that obeys, and a soul that feels; and in this task the whole of life must cooperate. In this sense life itself is the only preparation for drawing." - Maria Montessori

April
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Arbor View Montessori School education identifies practical task mastery as one of its main focuses  |  0 Comments
Practical Life Experiences

Care of the environment, care of the self, grace and courtesy are emphasized in this area. Children take part in everyday activities such as food preparation, sweeping and mopping, tying shoes, and setting a table. Arbor View Montessori preschool helps develop concentration, coordination, and a sense of order.

February
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Montessori preschool programs are widespread throughout the United States  |  0 Comments
Defining Montessori Preschool Programs

Montessori preschool programs offer parents an alternative to traditional school. Unfortunately, many parents are unaware of Montessori preschools and an even larger number of parents are unaware of Montessori methods and curriculum.

Parents need to be more aware of Montessori methods and other teaching and learning strategies which will help increase their knowledge of various curricula, build their child’s self-esteem, and most importantly, increase their child’s academic achievement when they enter a traditional school.

January
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At Arbor View Montessori Preschool the classroom is a child’s world  |  0 Comments
Montessori Classroom

At Arbor View Montessori Preschool the classroom is a child’s world. It is created to meet the needs of the child and adapted to his or her size. Our curriculum is designed to meet the space, needs and interests of children between the ages of three and six. It is designed to put the child at ease by giving him or her freedom in an environment prepared with attractive materials. These materials are arranged on low shelves within easy reach of every child. The tables and chairs in the classroom are movable, permitting a flexible arrangement for many activities.

January
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Founder of the Montessori Method  |  0 Comments
Maria Montessori: Her Life and Work

Maria Montessori was an Italian physician and the founder of the Montessori method, which is the teaching method used at Arbor View Montessori Preschool and Child Care in Roseville California. She was born in Chiaravalle, northern Italy in 1870, the only child of middle class parents. Maria wanted to become a physician, and she was accepted as the first female to attend Rome University. She graduated with honors, and she was the first Italian, female graduate in 1890.