Toddler Program

Object Permanence

Object Permanence

Object Permanence

object permanence

Understanding that when an object is out of sight it is still in existence 

Language

Object Permanence

Object Permanence

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 In a language rich environment vocabulary introduction is emphasized, individual letter sounds are taught phonetically and rhyming sounds are introduced 

Math

Object Permanence

Practical Life

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Introduction to the concepts of quantity, sorting, matching quantity to number, sequencing 

Practical Life

Peace and Cultural Awareness

Practical Life

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 Building life skills that can be applied in the home  

Peace and Cultural Awareness

Peace and Cultural Awareness

Peace and Cultural Awareness

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Teaching acceptance of one another, compassion, social skills, overcoming conflicts, empathy and diversity 

Sensorial

Peace and Cultural Awareness

Peace and Cultural Awareness

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Focuses on developing the senses with the goal of helping the child cultivate a sense of order, ability to discriminate size and order. Children develop the skills of logic, order and to make classifications. 

Food Preparation

Care of the Environment

Care of the Environment

tongs spoons bread making lemon squeezing

Practiced skills are used to prepare snacks 

Care of the Environment

Care of the Environment

Care of the Environment

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Children learn how to take care of their environment with child size sweepers, mops, cloths to clean up spills and flower arranging

Manipulatives

Care of the Environment

Manipulatives

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Refinement of fine motor skills and problem solving are developed through interaction with manipulative materials

Art

Gross Motor

Manipulatives

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Introduction of various art mediums for free expression and creation 

Gross Motor

Gross Motor

Gross Motor

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Toddlers need to move is met with gross motor apparatus within the classroom that can be used at any time during the work cycle 

Toileting

Gross Motor

Gross Motor

 Toddlers become aware of their bodies throughout their time in the classroom and this includes learning how to use the toilet. The toilet learning process is a close partnership between classroom and school at a time when the child shows all the signs of readiness for toilet learning.  

Daily Schedule

8:30-9:00 Arrivals 


8:30-10:45 Uninterrupted Montessori Work Cycle & Snack 


10:45-11:00 Circle Time


11:00-11:30 Outside Time/Gross Motor Activities


11:30-12:15 Lunch


12:30 End of Day 

School Calendar

Queen City Montessori School Calendar 2019-2020 (pdf)

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Queen City Montessori School Calendar 2020-2021 (pdf)

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