Discover the many ways that we integrate arts, crafts, music and dance into the children’s experience in the Montessori toddler, preschool and elementary classrooms.
A carefully prepared environment is essential to a good Montessori preschool and elementary school program. Here are some glimpses into the beautiful surroundings that await your child in LePort’s preschool and private school.
Dr. Montessori found that a preschool child’s ability to deeply immerse himself in an activity is essential to character development and the foundation of all learning. See preschool and elementary school children fully engaged in their work in this gallery.
From botany to zoology, from physics to geography: LePort preschool and private school students love to learn about the world by experiencing it, not by memorizing words. See them in action!
“I want to do it all by myself” is a common refrain for toddlers and preschool children. Montessori enables children to do it all by themselves. See the pride in the little faces as toddlers pour water, and preschoolers learn to tie bows!
Becoming a confident communicator is essential to success in life. Our Montessori preschool students use many fun activities to learn to read and write in preschool. See them learn – and see them read and write!
Movement is essential to learning, especially for infants, toddlers and preschool children. Montessori students are able to move freely and practice motor skills, not just on the playground, but everyday, in every activity in the toddler and preschool classrooms.
LePort teachers, from infants to preschool and private school, are passionate professionals: they love their subjects, delight in working with children, and are great personal role models. See them in action!
Running around, throwing and kicking balls, climbing, riding tricycles: we love to see our toddlers, preschoolers, as well as our elementary and junior high students be active. Take a peak into outside playtime…
Children love to explore with all their senses. In Montessori preschool and elementary school, they can! Colors, shapes, smells, textures all are a key part of the toddler and preschool programs.
Montessori toddler, preschool and elementary children often surprise adults by their kindness to others, their ability to solve day-to-day problems, and their good manners. The “Grace and Courtesy” curriculum, along with the multi-age, family-like environment in Montessori preschool make this possible.
Knowledge for Life at LePort means making the process of learning itself joyful. Our goal is to equip our students to be happy children today, and successful adults tomorrow. See the joy in their faces as they learn!
Solving numerical problems? What is scary in many school settings is actually fun in LePort’s preschool and private school program. How many materials can you spot that clarify math concepts?