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We prepare your little angel for a lifetime of learning!
Our curriculum helps your child develop social, emotional, and physical development skills that will ensure they are ready for kindergarten and beyond. We use various materials to teach your child all of their skills, from colors and numbers to arts, music, and crafts.
Beginnings Montessori Nursery vision is to provide an environment where children begin a life journey of self-realization, love of learning, and nurturing independence. We believe that children possess a unique and special gift that can only be developed by a safe, stimulating, and creative environment. We also believe that children will be self-motivated to learn if given the freedom to explore and make choices. This desire to learn through self-discovery will continue through their lifetime.
Beginnings Montessori Nursery mission is to provide a safe and positive environment where children develop independence and confidence through self-discovery. Our curriculum will inspire your child to be curious, compassionate, and joyful lifelong learners through experiential learning
We strive to provide an environment where children begin a life journey of self-realization, love of learning, and nurturing independence. We believe that children possess a unique and special gift that can only be developed by a safe, stimulating, and creative environment.
Our goal is to prepare children for a life of purpose, integrity, and academic accomplishment. We develop independent learners, critical thinkers, and tomorrow’s leaders. Beginnings
Montessori Nursery understands the importance of having a positive and healthy foundation for learning. We provide a nurturing environment where children can make choices by themselves, explore their potential, take responsibility for their actions, respect others, and have an active role in the learning process.
Our exceptional staff ensures that all of the children in our Nursery are provided with valuable and stimulating learning experiences, which meet their individual needs.
The Montessori Ethos
Our approach at Beginnings is based on the principles of education established in 1895 by Maria Montessori. Children are seen as individuals with unique and varying needs. Each child is a unique learner and a unique leader who will grow up to contribute to society. We strive to create an encouraging, safe, and playful environment for all children in our care.
The Tenets of Educational Philosophy
We believe that educators are the most effective learners and can never truly know all there is to know about children's education. We are always striving to learn more about the importance of early childhood development and how we can best care for children in our care. We look at each child as a unique individual and believe that we have an obligation to honor their family, community, and cultural origins. In addition, we work hard to understand each child’s needs, strengths, goals, and dreams to create a rich learning environment that will help them reach their fullest potential.
A Real Montessori Environment
When designing the spaces at Beginnings, we ensured that we kept them all spacious and easy to organize in order to stay tidy and visually pleasing. Each space is also designed to fit the children's petite and small figure so that they can fully experience each room as independently and safely as possible. The materials and tools that enrich every space is there to increase the child's own development as he or she builds experience either alone or in groups; depending on the child's own style and rhythm. This freedom within a supervised environment enables the child to find the activities that he or she is truly interested in and learn more and explore the areas that respond to their evolutionary needs.
In the Montessori Educational Approach, teachers are not what you would usually imagine. Instead of providing the same material and knowledge to a class filled with different minded individuals, a Montessori teacher guides each child to seek knowledge in a self-motivated and disciplined way. The teacher allows freedom of action and thought which develops confidence and inner discipline; and instead of rewarding or punishing the child, the teacher roots a sense of pride in the child when accomplishing new milestones. This enforces a sense of self-motivation and curiosity that exceeds that of a reward system in terms of value and results.