16 Aug

Why Choose Montessori

At Arbor View Montessori, we believe every child deserves the chance to reach his or her intellectual and social potential. Maria Montessori, the founder of Montessori Education, understood how a good education unlocks and realizes children's potential.
08 Aug

How Montessori Kids Learn

Children up to six years old see the world in very concrete ways. They learn about their environment through what they see, hear, touch, taste and smell. In a Montessori  education children work with learning materials that can be experienced through the senses.
12 Jul

Science at Montessori

We especially need imagination in science. It is not all mathematics, nor all logic, but it is somewhat beauty and poetry.” – Maria Montessori At Arbor View Montessori School, science is introduced to children at a young age with subjects like botany and zoology. Children have a natural desire to explore what they see.
15 Mar

Montessori & Science

"We especially need imagination in science. It is not all mathematics, nor all logic, but it is somewhat beauty and poetry." – Maria Montessori
18 Jan

The Practical Life Activities

Practical Life activities at Arbor View Montessori School develop concentration, fine motor skills and hand-eye coordination.  
14 Dec

Montessori Runner

At Arbor View Montessori, there are reasons why school children who attended a Montessori preschool and kindergarten outperform children who attended traditional daycare or preschool.
03 Dec

Word Building

At Arbor View Montessori School we understand that young children of pre-school and even toddler age have a natural sensitivity for language development which follows closely on the years they learn to speak.
16 Nov

Benefits of the Pouring Activity

Carrying the water in a pitcher and pouring it into a basin helps the child to perfect his coordination.  At Arbor View Montessori Practical Life Exercises involve the use of water with which most children naturally like to play.  As children become absorbed in an activity such as pouring water, the activity gradually helps lengthen their span o
23 Sep

The Practical Life Exercises

Dr. Montessori wrote, “A child’s work is to create the man he will become.  An adult works to perfect the environment but a child works to perfect himself.” Using the child’s natural inclination as a point of departure, Dr. Montessori structured several exercises for the classroom to help the child satisfy their need for meaningful activity.
22 Sep

Learn How to Learn

Montessori teaching strategies are very effective at every level, in teaching children to “learn how to learn”. It is a system that focuses on teaching for understanding, using concrete materials to prepare children for future abstract academic.
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