MMS Terrific Toddlers (Age Range: 18-36 months)
Fall 2021 Terrific Toddlers
Friday & Saturday Classes:
3:00- 4:30 pm
October 15, 22, 29
November 5, 12, 19
9:30- 11:00 am
October 16, 23, 30
November 6, 13, 20
Cost: Families can pay for a individual classes or the full week.
It’s $85 per class or $510 for a 6 class card.
Families can pay for a class card and take all Friday or Saturday classes or do a combination of Friday and Saturday classes.
Join us for a fun-filled “Adult and Me” class! Children will participate in exploring with hands-on Montessori materials that develop coordination and independence. Movement, song & snack will be incorporated during the class session. Parents will also have a chance to learn from our expert Montessori teachers on various topics such as:
- knowing which Montessori activities would be best at each stage for your toddler
- how to incorporate some Montessori activities in your home for this age group,
- the why behind the Montessori materials and how that leads to independence
Classes are taught by our certified Montessori instructors, who teach MMS’ Stepping Stones program for our youngest students (ages 2 years and eight months to 3).
The tuition is non-refundable if classes are missed for any reason. Registration will be confirmed via email response.
Classes will adhere to similar Covid safety regulations in place in the 20-21 school year. Prior to each class, we ask families to fill out the following health screening.
See our Community Guidelines for more information on our health and safety measures.
What is Montessori?
The Montessori curriculum was developed by Italian physician Maria Montessori in a preschool in Rome in 1907. Following the release of her book The Montessori Method in 1909, her pedagogy became a phenomenon, spreading throughout Europe and to the United States. Today “Montessori” is an internationally recognized philosophy with more than 100 years of research, development, and student outcomes behind it. Learn more about the core elements of the Montessori curriculum here.