Children's Learning Path Montessori School is a non-profit
organization. We are dedicated to serve children from ages 2
to 6 years old in an environment that is guided by the
philosophy and methods of Dr. Maria Montessori.
|About our Philosophy
At Children's Learning Path Montessori School, our strong
belief of Dr. Maria Montessori's philosophy and methods
guides our mission. We are committed in providing a quality
child-centered learning environment for children ages three
to six years old. We provide a safe, respectful, supportive,
culturally diverse environment that gives each child the
freedom to explore, cooperate, create, and develop his full
range of abilities.
|Goals and Objectives
-We affirm the unique nature of each child.
-We accept each child where he/she is in every area of
-We instill excitement and enthusiasm in learning for
-We match each child's needs and abilities to respective
-We enrich a perspective on life through a wide range of
cultural educational and social exercises.
-We guide each child to develop responsible attitudes
towards themselves, others and the environment.
-We understand a self-expression is essential to
personality growth and self-esteem.
-We support expressive art, music, speech, etc., as it
reveals the essence of each child.
|The Montessori Philosophy
Dr. Montessori developed what she call the Prepared
Environment, which already possesses a certain order and
allows children to learn at their own speed, according to
their own capabilities and in a non-competitive atmosphere.
Never let children risk failure until they have a reasonable
chance at success.” The years between three and six are
the years in which children learn the rules of human
behavior most easily. These years can be constructively
devoted to “civilizing” children, freeing them through the
acquisition of good manners and habits, to take their
places in their culture.
Dr. Montessori has recognized that the only valid impulse
to learning is the self-motivation of the child. Children move
themselves toward learning. If Montessori children are free
to learn, it is because they have acquired an “inner
discipline” from their exposure to both physical and mental
order. This is the core of Dr. Montessori’s philosophy.
Montessori teaches children to observe, to think, and to
judge. It introduces children to the joy of learning at an
early age and provides a framework in which intellectual
and social discipline goes hand-in-hand.