(6 Weeks-14 Months)

The Infant Curriculum focuses on fostering basic trust in the child. Foremost is the adult whose caring, respectful response to your infant’s needs, conveys the message of unconditional love and acceptance.

The early years of a child’s mind is referred to ‘the absorbent mind.’ They are continuously taking in sights & sounds around them without any effort. We provide a beautiful and orderly environment rich with language and gentle demeanor. This is essential in setting the foundation for a child to grow and learn. This is a time for exploration and adventure.

(14 Months-3 Years)

The Montessori Toddler environment is carefully prepared to aid the toddler in achieving independence. Children who are now comfortably walking leave the nest and move to a space that fits their growing physical needs. There is an observation area for adults, minimal furniture, tiled floors, maximum natural life, selected art placed 

low on the walls, and defined spaces to challenge the coordination of movement. A toddler toileting area encourages beginning training and bathroom independence.

At this stage, we stress social interaction with other children, development of language and practical life skills, and music and movement activities. The curriculum also includes activities that allow the young children to develop fine and gross motor coordination and visual discrimination through the senses and learning materials. This curriculum prepares the toddler for advancement to the Pre-Primary and Primary class.

This structure helps to develop confidence as they learn how to hang up their own coat, pour their own water, and clean up their own spills. A growing conviction of “I can do it” grows within the child as they explore their learning environment and engage with a wide range of educational materials designed just for them.

(2.5 – 6 Years)

The Primary classroom, for ages two and a half to six years old, is carefully designed for children to “learn by doing.”

It is a calm, peaceful and structured space constructed to meet a child’s individual needs. Here, your child experiences a blend of freedom and discipline in a space especially designed for his or her optimal development.

During these formative years the social, physical, and intellectual functioning of the child is unified.The most important function of the Primary program is to provide children with an early and general foundation that includes a positive attitude towards school, inner security, and a sense of order. That foundation goes on to include pride in the physical environment, abiding curiosity, habits of concentration, initiative and persistence, the ability to make decisions, self-discipline, and a sense of responsibility to other members of the class, school and community. This foundation enables them to acquire more specialized knowledge and skills throughout their school career.

They will focus on the following core areas : Practical Life, Language, Mathematics, Cultural Activities,  Sensorial

Practical Life: Practical Life is the cornerstone of the environment. These lessons are presented first to the child to form a foundation for the other areas of the environment. Practical life exercises are the child’s introduction to the prepared environment of the Montessori classroom.

Mathematics: By nature, everyone is mathematical. We are all born with a mathematical mind, which isn’t something that we create, but something we need to awaken it into consciousness. Through exercises offered to the child, the child prepares for the emergence of the mathematical mind that exists within him.

Cultural Activities: Cultural areas include art, biology, geography, history, music, science and foreign language. In the primary program, children will be exposed to these cultural activities within the realm of their prepared environment.

Sensorial: Through the sensorial area, the child is given the facilities to make clear concepts and classifications for all the information she has gathered thus far through her sensory perceptions. The sensorial materials help to order the child’s mind by isolating and emphasizing one quality at a time (i.e. size, gradation). Through the physical manipulation of materials in this area, the child begins to categorize and order the objects in their world, leading to increased understanding of their role in the universe

Language: Language exercises are offered to the child initially as an aid to the child’s own developmental process for language. By age 3, the child has already mastered basic spoken language. When the child enters the Primary Montessori classroom, the materials of language offered to the child will simply add to the foundation the child has already made through self construction. During the primary cycle, she will go through three stages of language: expansion of vocabulary, writing, and reading.

 

(2 years – 12 Years) 

            Monday – Spanish

 

               Tuesday – Art

              Wednesday – STEM

              Thursday – Dance

             Friday – Games/Sports          

We offer innovative, educational and fun after-school enrichment programs for children. Fun activities play a big role in how your child will develop critical skills while they’re at Meadows Montessori. It may just feel like playing to your child, but what’s really happening is learning that will last a lifetime!

GA PRE-K (Age 4 by September 1)

Ga Pre-K is a state lottery funded program for Kindergarten and a life long love for learning. It is for any child that is age 4 by September 1st and is a Georgia resident. It will prepare children for elementary school and the class room environment. A typical day starts at 7:40 am and ends at 2:15 pm. The program is 10 months long and follows the Cobb County School calendar. More than half of the state’s 4-year-old children attend this program.

 

 

(6 Weeks – 12 Years)

Do you need some “down” time? Need to run errands?  Are you interested in our school but you’d prefer to try us out first?

Register to drop your child(ren) off to go shopping, explore our school, run errands or just relax. This is a three hour block of time for you and your child(ren). We’d love to have you discuss this with us. Hours are flexible.

School Age Children

During most Cobb County School holidays, we are open. Call us to reserve your spot.

(6 Weeks – 12 Years)

We will open on an occasional Saturday during the year from 10-2, especially before Christmas. Lunch & Activities are included in the cost. Reservations and payment are required in advance.

Summers at Meadows consist of a plethora of fun, learning and exploration. In addition to Montessori, we will also have weekly themes, such as STEM, Art, Cooking, Gardening and much more.

There are different forms you will need depending upon which program(s) your child will participate in.

Ga_PreKRegistration

Registration_CheckList

School Application

   Parents Day Out Registration

   2018 Summer Camp Registration

   After School Program Registration

Get In Touch

Address: 111 Bells Ferry Lane, GA 30066, United States
Phone: (770) 218-6347
Fax: (770) 919-2471

School Hours: M-F: 6:30am - 6pm

Non-Discrimination Policy

Meadows Montessori School admits students of any race to all the rights, privileges, programs, and activities generally accorded or made available to students at that school and does not discriminate on the basis of race in administration of its educational policies, admissions policies, scholarship and loan programs, and athletic and other school-administered programs.