Creative Minds Montessori School, 1374-A Commerce Drive, Pottstown, PA 19464

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“If an educational act is to be efficacious, it will be only one which tends to help toward the complete unfolding of life.”

~ Maria Montessori

Why Montessori?

What is Montessori?
Montessori is a system of education that is both a philosophy of child development and a methodology of guiding each child's development to its full potential.

What are its premises?

  • Each child is to be respected as a unique individual
  • Each child possesses an unusual sensitivity and intellectual ability to absorb and learn from his/her environment.
  • Each child has a deep love and need for purposeful work. It is through this that he/she develops his/her mental, physical and psychological powers.

What makes it unique?

  • The whole child approach: the development of social skills, emotional growth, physical coordination and cognition.
  • Prepared environment: the classroom, materials, social setting and atmosphere support the child.
  • Montessori materials: Dr. Montessori designed a number of multi-sensory sequential, and self- correcting materials to facilitate learning.
  • The teacher: designer of the environment, resource person, role model, demonstrator, record keeper, meticulous observer of children.

What are its goals?

  • Develop a positive attitude towards school.
  • Help each child develop self-confidence.
  • Assist each child in building the power of concentration, inner discipline, and responsibility.
  • Foster intrinsic reward for work.
  • Cultivate inner security and sense of order in the child.

In a Montessori School...

  • Children grow in an environment of mutual respect to become responsible world citizens
  • Every classroom is beautifully equipped with Montessori materials that stimulate a child's curiosity and love of learning, drawing each one to develop his/her potential. Children experience learning as a joyous journey through self-directed work and thought.
  • Children experience a spiraling, connected curriculum founded on Montessori principles
  • School and community work cooperatively, sharing resources and support teachers, assistants, administrators, support staff, parents; everyone shares a vision of education excellence