Montessori Programs

A Montessori program is based on self-direction, non-competitive and cooperative activities that help a child develop a strong self-image, high levels of academic and social competence, and the confidence to face challenges with optimism. Encouraged to make decisions from and early age, Montessori educated children are problem solvers who can make appropriate choices, manage their time, and work well with others. They exchange ideas and discuss work freely. These positive communication skills build the foundations for negotiating new settings.

Why Adventure Montessori Learning?

 
Building Our Future… From the open eyed wonder of infancy, through the toddler’s inescapable scrutiny, into those early years of concentrated purpose… … is the foundation upon which the “inner man” is firmly built. Standing upon this foundation, the elementary age child embraces the “who, what and where” in the world around him. He gathers facts and questions, “Why?” Community at Adventure Montessori Learning means sharing safe, peaceful interactions with one another. We are a family of adults and children from all over the world, brought together by a common interest in learning, inside and outside the classroom. Social interactions and academic activity characterize our indoor classrooms. Encounters with nature; the feeding and care of animals and the growing and harvesting of fruit and vegetables comprise the outdoor “classroom”. Parents, teachers and children, working together side by side, are weaving AML into a vital school community where each individual’s contribution is valued. Fun Activities for All…Families come first at Adventure Montessori. Our student curriculum is meant to be a family activity! Parent support and involvement is critical in the growth and development of children’s self esteem and academic success. And, it’s just plain fun! Montessori is also a home curriculum, a philosophy for practical living skills. We encourage families to participate in and enjoy the gardens and animals at AML. 

Jan
22
Mon
Parent Observation Week. Kinder/Elem.
Jan 22 @ 8:30 am – Jan 26 @ 11:00 am

Come observe our Kindergarten and Elementary Programs.

Mar
1
Thu
Elementary Poetry Presentations
Mar 1 @ 6:00 pm – 7:30 pm
Mar
2
Fri
Elem./Kinder Closed for Teachers Prep. Day
Mar 2 all-day
Mar
5
Mon
ANNUAL RE-ENROLLMENT
Mar 5 – Mar 30 all-day
Mar
23
Fri
AMS Conference for all Staff-SCHOOL CLOSED
Mar 23 all-day

All Staff will be attending, AMS Conference in Denver Colorado.

Jun
1
Fri
Start of Summer Camp
Jun 1 – Jun 2 all-day

Primary/Kinder/Elementary Programs