What Will You Find In an IMS Montessori Environment?
We believe that children are naturally born with the inner directive to meet their own needs and to learn. Our goal as Montessori educators is to embrace this innate drive by providing optimal learning environments for our bright, engaged, and inquisitive students. Regardless of developmental stage, the opportunity to choose your own activity, to move and work freely within the ground rules, and to work for long blocks of time without interruption are fundamental elements of learning the Montessori way.
“For over a hundred years, Montessori has been called “education for life.” The wisdom of these words is only now becoming apparent. How do we build better brains? Help children find their purpose? Help every child maximize his or her life chances? More than ever before, the answers point to Montessori…”Dr. Steven Hughes, Pediatric Neuropsychologist
Choosing a school for your child may feel like an overwhelming decision! The good news is that Montessori can make all the difference to your child’s ability to successfully navigate our ever-changing world.
The Montessori education method was developed over years of research in classrooms, discovering how children learned and developed. As a result, the Montessori curriculum and classroom activities meet the different development needs for the growing person each step of the way, giving your child the opportunity to explore their own passions, while guiding them to develop the skills they need to be successful in school and in life. The opportunity to learn in such a natural way could be the greatest gift you can give your child.
Come see for yourself! For most parents, the idea of motivated learning, choice, brain development, kinesthetic learning sounds good, however you may have lots of questions - Does it really work? How can you have two teachers speaking two different languages? We encourage you to register for a tour to see our authentic Montessori learning environments and children in action to see the benefits first hand.
“One of the most urgent endeavours to be undertaken on behalf of the reconstruction of society is the reconstruction of education. It must be brought about by giving … children the environment which is adapted to their nature.”Maria Montessori