There are three core curriculums in the Infant Environment. These areas of focus are eating, sleeping and diapering. The caregivers focus on bonding and building strong relationships with both child and family. The infant environment maintains a 1:4 teacher to student ratio.
The toddler environment is full of active learners who explore, experiment and discover. The Montessori curriculum for toddlers is all about routines and rituals, learning independence through self-help skills and learning about grace and courtesy. The toddler environment maintains a 1:5 teacher to student ratio.
In the Preschool/Kindergarten classroom, lessons begin with basic work like pouring, sorting, tracing shapes with the metal insets and other similar activities that help the child develop their small motor-skills and prepares them for writing and organizing their thoughts. Later lessons can involve advanced concepts like fractions or types of landforms. The classroom is designed to entice children to develop a love of learning, all people, and all living creatures too! The Preschool/Kindergarten environment maintains 1:8 teacher to student ratio.