Montessori School Of Woodridge

Children Come First

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There are approximately 4 field trips a year for $15.00- $20.00 per child. Adults may accompany us anytime for free but will be asked to pay their own admission fees. We have some of our field trips here at the school.

Our Preschool Program in Woodridge, IL

Montessori of Woodridge's Primary Program subjects include Language, Math, Geography,

History, and Science.  Additionally, Creative music, Movement, and Dramatics are woven into

the classroom curriculum.  

 

Subjects like Spanish, Language, Math, the Cultural Studies, Music, and Art are given special time on Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday, respectively, but are not limited to these days.

 

The children learn to respect the work of others and to listen to the teacher. They learn to to expect the same in return. The independent work they do in the environment helps build confidence and self-esteem. Children share their knowledge in a peaceful non-competitive environment.

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The primary program has been designed to meet the young child's social, academic, and emotional needs.

 

A 3-year mixed grouping allows children at varying stages of development to learn from one another and have continuity from year to year.

Young children are naturally curious about the world around them

Field trips are conducted to further education outside of the classroom

The Montessori of Woodridge has props for restaurant, shopping, and puppet shows. Gym equipment is also provided. We create plays, and write and illustrate stories.

The goal of Montessori early childhood education is to cultivate the child's natural desire to learn

Because of this curiosity, they are introduced to geography, the customs of other countries, and methods of scientific exploration.

 

The children love learning new things about the materials they have previously used and enjoy exploring new ones.

Daily Agenda: 3-6 Year Olds

Ask about our extended programs, music as a teaching tool, and creative dramatics.