The toddler Montessori program is an educational approach designed for children aged 1 to 3 years old. This program is based on the teachings of Maria Montessori, an Italian physician and educator who believed in promoting children's natural curiosity and independence.

a person and a child
a person and a child

In the Montessori toddler program, children are provided with a prepared environment that encourages exploration and discovery through hands-on activities. The curriculum is focused on practical life skills, sensorial exploration, language development, and socialization.

The classroom is designed to be child-centered, with child-sized furniture and materials that are accessible and developmentally appropriate. Teachers act as guides, rather than traditional instructors, offering support and encouragement as children learn through their own experiences.

The Montessori approach to education emphasizes the development of the whole child, including their cognitive, social, emotional, and physical growth. The toddler Montessori program aims to foster a love of learning, self-confidence, and independence in young children, setting the foundation for future academic and personal success.