Our Enrichment Programs offer children the opportunity to dive deeper into different areas, exploring interests and building mastery. Offered both during the school day and after school hours.
Season 3 covers from:
January 2 - March 19
Cooking is a practical life skill that involves many familiar subjects, such as math, science, and language but applies them in a natural everyday way. The children will work their way through a recipe, identifying ingredients, measuring and counting what is needed, and then mixing everything together to create a delicious dish.
Join us for Season Three of Montessori Kitchen, where we will explore the recipes and cultures of Africa! This season our little chefs will work together to create delicious food while also learning how to follow a recipe, handle ingredients, and work safely with different kitchen tools and equipment.
Each class will focus on African food to ensure that our chefs are able to experience a wide range of new foods! We hope you have brought your appetite as we cook our way across Africa. Season 3 of Montessori Kitchen is going to be delicious!
Exploring the world of cooking and food helps children refine their sensory perception, understand order and sequence, and develop hand-eye coordination and fine motor skills.
Cooking and reading recipes provides a fun opportunity to learn new words and apply them right away. Children will learn the names of different ingredients, cooking methods, and how to describe tastes.
Adding different quantities, measuring volume, and scaling up recipes is a great way to apply simple math concepts to everyday life. Children will learn different ways to measure and weigh food ingredients, using a range of appropriate tools.
Observing, understanding, and cultivating different types of plants builds an appreciation for and understanding of the natural world. In this program, your child will engage with different gardening activities every week, learning to identify and grow flowers, vegetables, and more.
Join us to encourage children to explore and appreciate nature through various activities!
In this program, your child will refine their sensory perception, understand order and sequence, and develop hand-eye coordination and fine motor skills.
Observing how plants grow provides a fun way to learn the life cycles of various species, and understand how different interventions produce different outcomes.
Exposure to simple agriculture gives children insight into where their own food comes from, what grows in what season, and what types of foods are easiest to produce.
In Mini Makers, your child will make many things! Sort, stack, stick, or sew; it’s all about creativity and fun. It’s the ideal program for young makers interested in DIY, creating, crafting, tinkering and learning.
This season, we're embarking on a creative journey across Africa, exploring its rich culture and traditions through art and craft.
Each class in this season will introduce your little artists to Africa, using art and craft as a medium to understand and appreciate the diverse cultures that make up this vibrant country. From creating traditional African drum craft to crafting traditional African head jewelery, our activities are designed to inspire creativity, enhance fine motor skills, and foster a love for global cultures.
So, pack your imagination and join us for a hands-on adventure across Africa. It's time to create, learn, and grow with Mini Maker Season Three!
Your child will engage in the entire process of building things, from identifying the need, designing the solution, and seeing her ideas take shape.
Working alongside classmates with similar interests, your child will work together to bring creative inventions to life.
At the end of each unit, your child will have something self-designed and self-created to take home.
A transformative creative arts program designed for young children aged 2 to 6 years. Through focused, small-group sessions, children learn to confidently express their authentic self in a safe and nurturing environment. Children will have plenty of opportunity to engage in process-focused art experiences, such as storytelling, painting, music and movement, which culminates in developing learners who are confident in themselves and their abilities.
Children learn to use art to communicate, mediate their thinking, and explore the beautiful world around them. Learning to produce arts helps them to communicate ideas, build their identity, and understand those of the people around them.
In this program, children learn about different artists throughout history, different art techniques and styles, and art from different cultures in order to develop a fuller understanding of the arts.
Through process-focused art and meaningful stories, children will spend the season learning about ancient forms of art that originated in China. They’ll be introduced to various techniques to help them create their own form of folk art and will learn about folk music and the respective instruments. This theme is a great way for children to learn more about China and how its ancient folk art became an important part of Chinese heritage and culture.
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Enrichment Programs are available at the following locations
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