Montessori School Mississauga
Montessori Daycare Mississauga
MontessoriWorks, located in Mississauga, provides experiential learning for children to become independent thinkers in a nurturing and stimulating environment which cultivates an intrinsic joy for learning. We consider our Mississauga preschool to be the perfect, nurturing environment for your child.
We support the Montessori philosophy of following the child that places emphasis on educating every individual academically and emotionally to become better citizens of the world. We offer half day and full day for Pre-school, JK, and Sk programs at our Montessori school in Mississauga.
Our strength is in our ability to provide the best language enriched curriculum in any Mississauga preschool, accompanied by an integrated peace and culture component. In embracing the respect for nature and universal tolerance, our Montessori school adopts a hands-on curriculum that supports a creative and imaginative approach to learning. We believe that our school will allow you to check everything off your must-have list.
In embracing the respect for nature and universal tolerance, our Montessori school adopts a hands-on curriculum that supports a creative and imaginative approach to learning.
Montessori School Mississauga
Open House – 10:30am – 12:30pm
Saturday September 10, 2016
Fall Registration Open for Pre School, JK and SK Program
Toddler Program (18 months – 2.5 years) – Will be launched soon.
Every year we are committed to add new components to our program. This year for all our Full Day students we are introducing:
The Fundamentals of Design – This will focus on different elements of design, lines, shapes and textures. An artist of the month will be talked about too. It will be conducted once a month.
Cooking – Last Friday of each month we will have a cooking session where your child will experience a simple food preparation exercise. This will include elements of hygiene and eating healthy
Language Enhancement Program – Will continue for 4 and 5 year old students
French – Will be offered twice a week for full day students and once a week for half day students Dance – Will be added to the Gym program for all students
Theater – Will be added to the Music program for all students
Peace Education – Montessori curriculum believes in peace education. This year we will have one virtue every month to work towards a strong focus on Peace.
A dedicated space for our school to share information with our community.
I Did Nothing Today
When children come home at the end of the day the question they’re asked as they run out to play is “Tell me, what you did today?”
And the answer they give makes you sigh with dismay
“Nothing. I did nothing today!”
Perhaps “Nothing” means that I read a book,
Or… with a teacher I got to cook.
Maybe I painted a picture of blue,
or heard a story about a mouse that flew.
Maybe I wrote in my journal myself,
or found a great book on the library shelf,
Maybe I helped a friend today,
or went to my favourite area alone,
Maybe today was the very first time,
That my scissors followed a very straight line,
Maybe I sang a song right to the end,
or worked with a special brand new friend.
When you‘re three, four or five your heart has wings and “nothing”
can mean so many things
Montessori Myths and Facts: Myth 6
Myth: Montessori methods doesn’t allow creativity
Fact: Many of the activities in a Montessori classroom allow children to express their ideas and feelings. Cutting gluing, modelling, drawing and writing all allow children to be creative, as do music and movement – all of which you’ll find at a good Montessori School.
Montessori Myths and Facts: Myth 5
Myth: Children who go through Montessori education become wildly successful in life.
Fact: While we’d like to say that this isn’t a myth, no system of education can turn your child into Einstein, Bill Gates, Mozart and Van Gogh all rolled into one. What Montessori education will do is to help your child develop the skills that will help them become who they are meant to be and to reach their full potential as well rounded and productive citizens. After all, success comes in all shapes and sizes, and an individual with a good job, good friends and a happy home life is just as successful as the most famous person on the TV screens.
Montessori Myths and Facts: Myth 4
Myth: Montessori is only for special needs children (either gifted or with learning difficulties)
Fact: Montessori education was first developed for use with mentally challenged children, but Maria Montessori soon saw that her methods could be applied to all children, regardless of their ability. Any child can benefit from Montessori education methods.