About the Provider
Description: Brilliant Design Montessoriis a fun place where children grow spiritually, academically, socially and emotionally! As a nurturing Christian Montessori preschool we offer children ages 3-6 exploration in our hands-on classroom and discovery garden. Using Montessori education with Biblical Christian values, we aim to provide the highest quality education for your child. We are enrolling now for the Winter Session beginning in January, 2019. Children must be toilet trained.
: "And so we discovered that education is not something which the teacher does, but that it is a natural process which develops spontaneously in the human being. It is not acquired by listening to words, but in virtue of experiences in which the child acts on his environment." -Maria Montessori
Our school is a child-centered, mixed-age classroom and garden where children are free to explore and discover through hands-on activities using all of their senses. In the area of Practical Life children learn to prepare snack, wash their dishes, and sweep up, which are a few of the activities which help them in their self-care and the care of their surroundings. Other curricular areas are: mathematics, language, cultural studies (incorporating Christianity), identifying and categorizing sensorial qualities, art, geography, music, and botany.
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