Dr. Maria Montessori emphasized the importance of the child being given an uninterrupted three-hour work period every day which will provide a meaningful learning.

Infant Community (8 weeks – 16 months)

Montessori Kingdom of Learning’s Infant Community offers your child many characteristics of traditional childcare, but as a school we are so much more. We are the foundation for your child’s future learning. This program maximizes the development of young children through a beautifully prepared classroom environment which is rich in exploration and developmentally appropriate activities which guide the young child in his or her quest for independence and mastery of self.  Learn More…

Toddler Community  (16 Months – 3 years)

When young children are stable walkers and at least 15 months, they are ready to join the Toddler Community.  The program is a 3, 4 or 5-day program with the option for children to attend half, regular, or extended day programs.  Morning and afternoon snack are served, with children bringing a healthy, balanced lunch from home.  For children who attend the full or all day program, there will be an opportunity to nap.  The goal of this program is to provide the young child with a learning experience away from home and parents, to foster independence and a healthy self-image, and to develop a positive attitude toward learning.  Learn More…

Primary Classroom (ages 3-6 years)

Parents have an option of choosing a half day program, full day program or an extended day program. These are required to be 5 days per week to maintain our AMI certification.

The Primary classroom is a prepared environment for our students, ages 3 to 6 years.  There is an AMI trained Montessori teacher in each classroom.  Assistants are provided to meet state standards as well as Montessori standards.  Learn More…

The Montessori Elementary classroom is mixed age groups 6-12 years old (First to Sixth grade equivalent).  Our classroom is lively and children are given the opportunity to work individually or collaboratively in small groups.  At this stage of cognitive development, the elementary child is characterized as having a “reasoning mind.”  Children explore through imagination and manipulation of a rich array of Montessori materials.  The elementary child is capable of “big work” and is given the time and materials needed to complete these projects.  The child develops intellectually, socially, and emotionally.  Learn More…

Junior High Classroom (12-14 years)

The adolescent years are truly a time of growth, change, and mystery.  As children move beyond the elementary classroom, they embark upon the journey of adolescence that will ideally lead them to maturity.  The Montessori junior high classroom is designed to meet the changing needs of the adolescent student while encouraging a continuation of the love of learning and discovery.   Student’s needs at this stage include social interaction, experiential learning, meaningful work, financial exchange, creative expression, and positive adult interaction.  By having these needs met, the students can experience a rewarding and positive educational experience. Learn More…