Montessori Home school
14207 Grand Pre Road,
Silver Spring, MD
Starting at $270/wk
Welcome! Montessori Home school is an intimately sized, bilingual home school located in the Silver Spring neighborhood of Montgomery County. We serve young children, ages 2.6 to 5 years, and their families through the implementation of quality early childhood practices and a true passion for early education. It is our hope that by providing young children with a strong educational foundation and a true enthusiasm for learning those who have attended Montessori Homeschool will continuously pose questions, confront curiosities, and become eager lifelong learners. We combine the approaches of Montessori, Reggio Emilia and current, sound early childhood practices to ensure a learning experience that is intentional, meaningful, and most of all joyful!
It is our mission to create a Montessori inspired space for children to begin their learning journey through life. Throughout the day, the children will have opportunities to interact with their teacher, visiting specialists, and their peers in both English and Spanish. In this intimately sized class, the teacher will follow the children s natural curiosity, encouraging their instinctive desire to learn with inspiring classroom materials and a flexible curriculum. We will lay the foundation for each academic area in an age-appropriate manner that honors each child s unique learning
style. Most importantly, we will create a positive atmosphere in which the children will flourish socially, emotionally and academically. By scaffolding the interests of the children from a Montessorian perspective, accompanied by the philosophies of the Reggio Emilia Approach, children attending Montessori Homeschool will build confidence and independence in their own learning.
The Montessori approach supports children in making sense of their world through purposeful and intentional activities, or work . The Montessori philosophy is deeply rooted in helping children to build confidence and develop a sense of independence and self-motivation within the classroom as well as in their lives outside of school. The approach is successful because it draws its principles from the natural development of the child. The inherent flexibility allows the method to adapt to the needs of the individual, regardless of the level of ability, learning style, or social development. Montessori children grow to be autonomous, kind, responsible members of a community eager to problem solve, self-motivate and learn with joyful spirit.