Aligned to Illinois Early Learning Standards

Observe real life settings in which reading and writing are used.

Understand mathematical relationships: patterning, sorting and classifying, making graphs (organize, collect, compare, and interpret data), measuring, geometry and probability.

Acquire a love for literature.

Develop oral language skills, self expression, questioning and vocabulary.

Use mathematical skills in real life situations.

Develop understanding of time concepts.

Discover relationships of growth and change (matter, plants and animals) and cause and effect.

Observe and make discoveries (using all senses).

Classify by similarities and differences.

Communicate observations and classifications (describe, draw and graph data).

Predict events based on observation.


Age: 0 - 3 Yrs

Welcome to the Infant Room where we care for infants 6 weeks to 15 months. Because infants grow and

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Age: 3 - 6 years

The Montessori Method centers on the premise that a child carries within himself/herself

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School Age

Children are natural problem solvers, capable of coming up with imaginative solutions that might not

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All of the materials used in a “prepared environment” are aesthetically pleasing, made of natural ma

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