A Gentle Phase-in Process
At Montessori Hub, all children are greeted with warmth and kindness! As parents ourselves, we understand the significance of creating a comfortable, home-like environment for Toddlers. We take a personalized approach with each family, gradually increasing the amount of time a child spends in the group. Parents are always welcome to accompany their kids for as long as necessary to ensure a smooth phase-in. During this time, our caring teachers actively guide a child, help them become accustomed to the classroom routine, and introduce them to their peers.

We also consider family's preferences, including nap time, nutrition, clothing, and hygiene. We maintain close communication with parents, sharing daily updates on the student's progress, along with photographs and observations, to create a supportive and nurturing environment.
Development of Independence
The Montessori method lays the strongest foundation for a child's independence at an early age. Our teachers are always ready to support students and help them become more independent. At Montessori Hub, children handle tasks like changing clothes, setting the table, cleaning up, watering plants, caring for animals, cooking, and much more!

Children derive great satisfaction from purposeful, real-life activities that gradually build their self-confidence, motor skills, and coordination. They also take pleasure in making a tangible impact, seeing the results of their efforts, and feeling a sense of accomplishment. That's why it's crucial for us not only to care for the child but also to respect them and trust in their abilities, fostering their innate desire for independence.
Work Cycle
Our classrooms are filled with captivating and beautiful materials that invite young children to explore. Each shelf is meticulously organized with the students in mind, considering their age, interests, and physical and social-emotional needs. The prepared environment serves as a teacher just as much!

During an hour and a half Montessori session, children participate in various activities that focus on speech development, practical life skills, sensory exploration, English language learning, and creativity. They work independently, in small groups, with a friend, one-on-one with a teacher, or as a whole class. Our primary goal is to nurture their independence, social skills, and concentration. Most importantly, we keep parents well-informed about their child's progress every step of the way through emails and online tools.
Community Building
Our Toddler class offers an abundance of group activities! We have community meetings, music, and circle time, where teachers involve children in stories, finger games, songs, dances, and live music. These sessions are conducted in both Russian and English, promoting open communication, speech development, and self-expression.

Students also participate in engaging projects. We allocate specific time for outdoor science exploration, creativity, arts and crafts, and cooking. Each month revolves around a specific theme, and you'll be amazed at the range of activities kids engage in, from replanting flowers and whipping up pancakes to constructing birdhouses and conducting physics experiments.
English Language
Our language classes are organized to create a bilingual environment in which children and teachers communicate freely. Students quickly develop an extensive vocabulary, and by the time they hit the age of two, they are already beginning to speak their first words in a foreign language! When they turn three, they can effectively communicate with expat kids. Our group is so diverse that it spans kids from the USA to South Korea. The opportunity to grow and connect within an international community offers a unique socialization experience. Additionally, children become acquainted with other languages and cultures from various countries, which aids in their development as well-rounded global citizens from a young age.
Healthy Environment
We have our own playground and a nearby park, which provide ample space for active play. Depending on the weather, children go outside into the fresh air and play with friends once or twice a day. Indoors, we engage in daily exercises and gymnastics, work with balancers and massagers, and focus on developing motor skills and coordination of movements.

A good rest and three nutritious meals a day are integral to our daily routine at the preschool. Each meal we serve is thoughtfully prepared, incorporating a balanced mix of nutrients, vegetables, and healthy grains, making it not only nutritious but also delicious! Moreover, we consider each student's individual needs, accommodating gluten-free, lactose-free, and sugar-free options, as well as making substitutions for allergenic foods to ensure the safety and well-being of every child.
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