The Montessori Toddler classes provide a structured environment where they can safely expand all that energy while also learning important new skills. In addition to the traditional Montessori curriculum, these classes also offer activities that enhance fine motor skills, such as working with puzzles, learning how to use scissors, threading beads, and a lot more.
In this class, your child will have the opportunity to prepare food for morning tea, including slicing bananas, cutting apples, and baking. Not only is this a great way for your child to learn about healthy eating habits, but it's also a lot of fun!
Learning Can Be — And Should Be — An Exciting Experience
Providing an environment that supports your toddler's need for independence is essential to their development. Toddlers are full of energy and love to explore their surroundings. They meet weekly for 90 minutes per term, and during this time, they exert their independence and discover new things. Parents/caregivers play an important role in supporting their child's development during this time.
Toddlers are often full of energy and eager to explore their surroundings. Parents and caregivers have the chance to observe or collaborate with their little ones, providing an opportunity for bonding as well as gaining insights into their child's development. With so much to offer, Montessori Toddler classes provide a unique and valuable experience for both toddlers and their families.
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