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The Montessori Philosophy   

Montessori recognizes in the child a natural curiosity and desire to learn. Independence, self-confidence, self-discipline, and a love of learning are characteristics that are developed in the Montessori classroom. Movement is of primary importance. The child is able to learn by doing, moving about freely and working with the many educational materials available to him.

Children learn at different rates. Therefore, in our Montessori classroom the children are able to work independently at their own pace. Each child has "sensitive periods" of learning when there is an intense interest in learning a particular skill. Based on these sensitive periods, your child will be able to choose and work with Montessori materials which will aid him in his mental development and self-construction.

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