Infant Community

A Safe Place

Our infant community is uniquely created to provide your child with a safe and loving space to learn.

The environment must be rich in motives which lend interest to activity and invite the child to conduct his own experiences. (Dr. Maria Montessori)

Teacher-to-Student Ratio

Our teacher-to-child ratio is 1:4 during the work cycle and is 1:6 during nap time and outdoor walks.

Learning Environment

The senses, being explorers of the world, open the way to knowledge. (Dr. Maria Montessori)

Learning Goals

Infants learn everything through their senses and the learning environment is specially prepared with this in mind. We use age-appropriate Montessori and traditional materials that foster curiosity and promote play-based learning. Our teachers work with your child to develop skills in four main areas: motor, social/emotional, sensory, and cognitive.

Motor Development

We use many hands-on learnin materials. Infants learn equilibrium and hand/eye coordination with the Object Permanence Box material, the Imbucare Box, Three Piece Circle Puzzle, Knobbed Cylinders, and many more Montessori works. Infants love the mobile hanger, the bell on a ribbon, and the shapes puzzle.

We use age-appropriate Montessori and traditional materials that foster curiosity and promote play-based learning. Our infants enjoy seeing themselves in the mirrors, using the incline plane, pull/push toys, the stair with rails, and the treasure basket.

Many materials in the Infant community adapt to challenge your child as he/she progresses through the multitude of milestones.

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