A Nurturing Home
Away From Home

Where Your Child’s Mind And Body Flourish With
Montessori Play And Outdoor Play Every Day

Where Your Child’s Mind And
Body Flourish With Montessori
Play And Outdoor Play Every Day

A Nurturing Home
Away From Home

Where Your Child’s Mind And
Body Flourish With Montessori
Play And Outdoor Play Every Day

6 weeks - 6 years

Omaha Montessori

Parents/Guardians are asked to report any absences or late arrivals by 9:00 a.m.
Children Connect With Nature Daily

Children Connect
With Nature Daily

Children Connect With Nature Daily

A mature, seven-acre outdoor learning environment is a magical, spacious place for your child to run, make friends, and discover in unstructured play that’s healthy for both bodies and minds.

Caring, Accredited, Teachers
Guide Your Child Toward Success

All of our Montessori teachers are certified and passionate about helping your children learn and grow.
Caring Accredited Teachers Guide Your Child Toward Success
Children Grow Independent And Adept

Children Grow
Independent And Adept

Children Grow Independent And Adept

In the Practical Life area, children practice motor control while acquiring skills to perform everyday tasks that help them achieve independence. Children are expected to hang up their coats, put away their shoes, and problem-solve rather than say, “I can’t.”

A Clean, Safe Environment
To Put Your Mind At Ease

Strict cleaning schedules that deep clean and sanitize your child’s spaces, tools, and toys keep them healthy. For safety, count on security cameras, limited access entryways, and fenced-in yards that protect your child daily.
A CLEAN, SAFE ENVIRONMENT TO PUT YOUR MIND AT EASE

FAQ

Yes. We do extensive Criminal Reference checks and background checks on all of our team members.
Six weeks – 6 years old.
Five days per week: Monday – Friday.

Infant: 6 weeks-18 months

Toddler: 18 months-3 years

Primary: 3 years – Kindergarten (Child must be potty trained)

School Day: 8:30 a.m.–3:00 p.m.
Full Time: 7:00 a.m.–6:00 p.m.

This is a fair question, and it deserves careful consideration. The following article, Why Montessori for the Kindergarten Year, written by Tim Seldin with Dr. Elizabeth Coe offers an excellent answer.

We stress respect and help your child put that to action from the start. 

When occasional behavior challenges do arise, we handle them in an age-appropriate way with firm sensitivity. The rules are clear and the consequences fair and consistent. We primarily use redirection. 

If the situation escalates, your child is asked to “sit out” until they gain self-control. Physical punishment or shaming is never practiced.

The foundation of all American Montessori Society accredited Montessori programs is adherence to Dr. Maria Montessori’s philosophies regarding the education of the “whole child.” The methods are founded in decades of research, and the results continue to receive acclaim in numerous research studies.

Here are just a few of the differentiators:

  • Children initiate their own learning based on their unique learning style, and their exploration is supported by highly trained teachers
  • Children engage in independent, self-directed learning as well as in small and large group activities within a multi-age classroom
  • The environment of each classroom, including the types and locations of multi-sensory resources and activities, is meticulously organized and maintained to provide optimal learning conditions for students of all ages.
  • Children have the freedom to explore their interests, within a carefully monitored structure, with teachers’ help.
  • Goals of the program are to help children develop:
    • Respect for others and the environment
    • Self-esteem and self-confidence
    • Self-discipline
    • Coordination
    • Independence
    • Social skills
    • Emotional growth
    • Cognitive preparation

how old is your child?

6 weeks to 18 months

18 months to 3 years

2.5 years to 6 years

6 weeks to 18 months

18 months to 3 years

2.5 years to 6 years

Ages 5-9

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