Parent-Toddler Program: 19-36 months

a child playing with her motherThe focus of the Toddler Program is to help children develop independence, self-help skills and self-control, as well as foster their social and emotional growth.

This Program encourages parents to support their child’s sense of discovery and investigation of the learning environment on their own. In this program, toddlers hone budding critical skills, such as fine and gross motor coordination and visual discrimination, through the senses and specially designed learning materials.

Through ongoing class participation, toddlers also grow in self-awareness, learn to regulate their emotions and acquire social skills. They develop a sense of responsibility as they contribute to their community of friends.

The weekly meeting is a chance for parents to observe their child as they build relationships with other toddlers, and to acquire insight into their child from a Montessori perspective. The program also aids parents in developing a self-reflective stance toward their own parenting process.

Classes meet for 8 weeks.

Wednesdays, Thursdays and Fridays:
9:00am-10:30am   11:00am-12:30pm

If you would like to be added to our waiting list, please email us.