Fostering a Love of Learning in our children is the central theme that guides all our thoughts and actions here at Hudson Montessori. Our small class sizes, supervised by certified staff experienced in the Montessori Method of teaching, allow us to focus on the individual interests and needs of each child entrusted to our care.
The Montessori Method focuses on allowing a child to learn in a hands-on setting, which is designed to cater to each child’s individual needs and unique personality. Children are introduced to many new themes and concepts in the prepared environments of our classrooms. These themes spur their curiosity and excitement, and motivate them to work with materials independently. They develop scientific and critical thinking skills working with the Montessori materials. They discover learning through interaction with each other and develop character, good manners and courteous behavior. In our school’s safe environment, with a high teacher to student ratio, our children are nurtured to grow socially, emotionally and intellectually.
Our classrooms and curriculum are designed to enhance the senses of our children. We work with them in the areas of Practical Life, Sensorial, Language, Math, Cultural, Science and Motor Skills. The Montessori Method aims to open children’s minds towards academic development and helps them reach their highest level of potential as individuals.
Children are curious by nature and they love to explore. In our classrooms, we strive to constantly create environments that keep this joy of discovery kindled. As educators, we observe them through their developmental stages and guide them during these most important stages of their growth.
We welcome you to take a tour of our school, meet with our staff, and tell us about the likes and preferences of your child. Through the course of the school year, we invite you to come share your talents and your cultural backgrounds with our children that help in further broadening their world view. We encourage, cultivate and enjoy this interaction. As Dr. Maria Montessori said, “The essential thing is to arouse such an interest that it engages the child’s whole personality.”
We look forward to hearing from you.
Mrs. Gracy Jolly