Drop In Childcare Program

Drop in child care prices $8.00 hr, by half an hour increments.

7:30am-5:30pm Mon-Fri

Our Primary Program

The primary classrooms are set up to ensure the academy and social success for the children. This is achieved through our model one montessori certified in each classroom at our school, we recognize and address the children need to have access to adapted and learning opportunities upon demand. Therefore this model develops empowerment and independence within a community. The array of activities are for are initially chosen by the teacher after which they may be chosen more or less frequently by the children, as their interest dictates. Classroom materials usually include activities for engaging in practical skills such as pouring and sponging, materials for development of the senses, math materials language material, music materials, acting materials, and more.

Our Toddler Program

The toddler class at Child Kingdom Montessori provides a small group montessori experience to children ages 18 months up to three years. The toddler classroom is a very special place; where the needs of our youngest students are appreciated, cherished and supported. The community is uniquely designed with small wooden tables, chairs, and beautifully perfect work changing station all support the independence of a free choice of young children. This classroom accommodates up to 12 children with one teacher and one assistant. Child Kingdom offers a scheduling option in the Montessori toddler classroom to meet the need of the students and their family's. The toddler classroom introduces your youngest students respect for one another, grace & courtesy, practical life, math, sensory, language, art and learning motor skills through movement activities.

Our Infants Program

In addition to nurturing and basic care, our teachers stimulate infants' senses to encourage their mental and physical development. Links to Learning's Infant Program provides an ideal environment in which your child will learn to grasp toys, vocalize sounds, recognize pictures of familiar objects and acquire a variety of other skills. Teachers work with each child in a series of stimulating activities that incorporate the natural routines of feeding and play. The teacher reinforces the babies' development without disrupting their daily schedule

-Links to Learning-

Language and Literacy
Your child is learning to communicate
with sounds and facial expressions.
Teachers will encourage language
development through modeling and
constant communication.
Your child will begin to understand
relationships by experimenting
with actions and reactions,
concentration awareness of order
and sequence large muscle coordination.
The World and Me.
Your child is beginning to develop a
sense of self. Teachers provide
nurturing, stimulating environments
to encourage this development.
Teachers will plan activities that will
help relationships by experimenting
with actions and reactions.
For example dropping a spoon
repeatedly or shaking a rattle
to make noise.
Your child will learn to create
and respond to sound, and will be
exposed to pleasant music throughout
the day.
Your child will be exposed to an
array of stimulating colors, shapes
and textures. When appropriate,
teachers will help with exploring
the paint texture and use of
large crayons.