Kindergarten & Elementary
An elementary school child can be a tiring entity- children at this stage in their lives are extremely energetic and are just getting around to understanding the world around them, curious about everything and not afraid to experiment with novel things all by themselves. We can understand that it can be difficult to provide the adequate resources and the supervision that these children need in order to encourage positive learning through their environment as busy parents, which is why we are asking you to let us take care of your kid’s learning and experimentation here at Heritage Elementary Montessori School.
At the Heritage Elementary Montessori School, we encourage students to interact with each other, ask questions, and experiment to test out their theories in a safe and practical manner so that they may learn how to apply theoretical concepts. This method of teaching not only allows kids to further express themselves, but it has also been found to be much more effective than traditional text based learning.
We provide children with an environment that stimulates their mind and constantly challenges them without burdening them so as to allow the growth of their intellect while simultaneously teaching them basic life skills and respectful behavior as they learn and operate in an interactive environment.
Students begin arriving/Parents exchange information
Children sit down in a group setting to start the day off right!
Musical activities, singing, dancing, marching, and hand motions
Children choose from a variety of activities including; practical life activities, group and individual lessons, and art and gardening
Morning snack time
Gross motor skills, bubbles, group games, and creative/imagination activities
Prepare for Lunch
Preparing the tables for lunch, hand washing, and toilet training.
Children sit down in a group setting to increase socialization and are given lunch which is carefully monitored for dietary needs and allergy restrictions.
Children nap for two hours
Wake up from nap time, toilet training, hand washing
Afternoon snack time
Afternoon Montessori Activities focus on Science, Spanish, Computer, Language, History, and Geography
Gross motor skills, group activities, outdoor games, and social skills workshops
Indoor games, story time, songs, and late snack
Students depart for the day