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RedRose Montessori MH – School Year Book 2022-2023
RedRose Montessori School offers the finest Montessori curriculum in Cypress and Tomball, TX neighborhood. Our multi-tiered classrooms engage young learners from 6 weeks to 6 years old, and foster a deep love for independent learning and social responsibility. From our caregivers at the infant level to our credentialed instructors at the 1st grade level, we’ll closely monitor, care for and support your children’s needs. From gentle stimulation of their senses, to positive challenges that will reinforce their independence and unique learning activities that will engage their creativity, we support every learner at each stage of their development.
An after school program isn’t just advantageous for children; for some, they’re crucial. They help in homework completion, encourage good behavior in the classroom, and provide a productive outlet during and after school hours. An after-school program, today, will not limit its focus on academics but with a holistic sense of overall development of the student population.
Here are some of the topics covered in the After School Program offered at RedRose Montessori School.
- Homework Club: At RedRose Montessori School, we offer homework assistance in an organized manner. Our teachers help kids complete their homework by helping them to understand the concepts thoroughly.
- Physical Education: Sports and games are an essential component of school life for every student. At RedRose, we believe that academics and sports are compatible and complimentary in realizing the child’s full potential. Activities on the playing field develop qualities of teamwork, leadership, dedication, discipline, self-confidence and self-esteem.
- Music: As we all know, music is therapeutic. An early exposure to music helps children to speak more clearly, develop a larger vocabulary, and strengthen social and emotional skills. It also calms their mind and enhances their thinking quality. At RedRose, our goal is to introduce kids to the joys of music, so that they can appreciate and enjoy music at an early age.
- STEM: This allows the children to apply arts along with Science, Technology, Engineering and Math by doing challenging or tinkering projects to help them see potential problems and obstacles from many different angles. At RedRose, we help them to come up with creative ways to solve these problems.
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Montessori (pronounced MON-tuh-SORE-ee) is a comprehensive educational approach from birth to adulthood based on the observation of children’s needs in a variety of cultures all around the world. The Montessori environment contains specially designed, manipulative “materials for development” that invite children to engage in learning activities of their own individual choice. Under the guidance of a trained teacher, children in a Montessori classroom learn by making discoveries with the materials, cultivating concentration, motivation, self-discipline, and a love of learning.
Today, Montessori schools are found worldwide, serving children from birth through adolescence. In the United States, there are more than 4,000 private Montessori schools and more than 200 public schools with Montessori-styled programs.
Every summer, we take our core Montessori beliefs, stir in some sunshine, and add a splash of water to create an excellent summer learning opportunity for your child. We offer weekly enrichment camps designed with a different theme every week. The themes are designed around the interests of children in order to balance fun activities and academic interests.
Further information will be made available at the beginning of May.
Our Enrichment Programs offers a wide variety of after school enrichment classes for toddler, preschool and primary school age children. Enrichment programs at RedRose serve as fundamental components to help your child achieve the goal effectively. Music, dance, visual arts, foreign language learning and soccer are our exceptional enrichment program series. These enrichment programs encourage your children to explore different avenues of learning.
Children have an intrinsic, or natural, motivation to learn and will do so if given the right resources and opportunities in the classroom. The first six years of a child’s life are the most formative. Teachers in our classroom are merely facilitators and observers of learning; children have the ability to direct their own learning without interference from adults.
Primary (3 – 6 years)
In the Primary classroom, we evaluate each individual student readiness to determine the lesson plan that the primary student teacher needs to create for each child. This is because in our classrooms, the teacher monitors each student and the lesson plan progresses based on the mastery level for each child. We have a warm and welcoming environment with teachers who are ready to provide guidance and support, but our students are also widely encouraged to be the leader of their education, even at a young age.
Transition (2 to 3 years)
Transition classroom is where our children begin to leave behind their baby years. Their motor and perceptual skills, social skills, and most dramatically, their cognitive powers are catapulting them into new territory. Expectations for the child’s planned educational experiences increase as they proceed to Transition classroom. In this class, we train them to be ready for the Primary classroom by helping them get potty trained, move around the classroom independently, chose work appropriately, stay in circle time for a longer period without wandering, demonstrates self-help skills during lunch time, verbalizes wants and needs, finish the longer Montessori work period. Our transition curriculum is an extension of the toddler curriculum and focuses on Practical Life, Sensorial, Math, Language Arts, Visual Arts & Music.
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