A fun and purpose built room for ages 3 – 6 years
The Primary class offers children aged three through six years a prepared environment where they can collaborate, meet with success and develop together. Children will be engaged in activities which encourage and foster curiosity, problem-solving ability, concentration, and progression from concrete to abstract ideas. Freedom through orderly experimentation and teacher-presented lessons allows children to practice independently or with a small group. The opportunity for children to work at their own pace and rhythm, with older children available to help and assist those who are younger, is an integral part of the Montessori experience. This cooperation enhances a sense of community, social responsibility and respect for others.
These early years of practicing self-control, exploration and peaceful conflict resolution form the foundation for academic achievement, future scholastic success and satisfaction in learning.
Students enrolled at Monarch Montessori school receive an accredited Montessori education. Monarch Montessori is a member of the American Montessori Society (AMS). Our classrooms are newly renovated and outfitted with Montessori materials, allowing for the highest quality of education for our students.
Our staff is well-vetted. They are Montessori accredited and background checked. Each staff member id caring and is looking out for each student. They truly want the best for your child and will go above and beyond to help students learn.
Monarch offers a variety of enrichment activities for students to participate in. Yoga and Amazing Athletes help students stay active. The Little Petting Zoo introduces students to new animals. Music class is offered to give students exposure to the arts. We also offer educational enrichment programs such as Spanish class.
For holidays and special events, Monarch invites family members to visit and spend time with us. These events include our Trunk Or Treat, Holiday Hot Chocolate event, Parent Observations and more.
One of the hallmarks of a Montessori education is the mixed age classrooms. Older students can often be found mentoring the younger ones. They have recently mastered these skills and activities themselves, and are happy to share with others. This is something that is unique to the mixed-aged dynamic of a Montessori classroom.
Children are given plenty of opportunity to socialize with others who are of various ages, both in the classroom and on the playground. Children interacting with each other often form lasting bonds.
The Montessori Method encourage development through real life examples. Students are encouraged to learn things that will help them in their everyday lives through Practical Life Activities, such as trying new foods or cleaning up after themselves.