Welcome to our Montessori Infant-Toddler Weekly Program led by Montessori certified Infant and Toddler teacher, Catherine Mason.
Ancestors' Seeds provides a nurturing environment for your little ones to grow, learn, and thrive. Our program is specifically designed to introduce infants and toddlers to the world of Montessori education, offering a range of benefits that lay a strong foundation for their future development.
Classes are purchased by the session. This session course is 6 weeks on Wednesdays from 3-4:30 pm. We are located in SW Atlanta in the Cascade area.
Our first class is Wednesday, January 24th.
The cost per child is $150/$25 per class. If you have 2 children, the cost is $210/$35 per class.
With each class, you will receive:
Benefits of Montessori Education for Infants and Toddlers:
1. Individualized Learning:
Montessori education emphasizes individualized learning, recognizing that each child has unique needs and abilities. Our program ensures that your child receives personalized attention, allowing them to progress at their own pace and explore their interests freely. This approach fosters a love for learning and encourages independent thinking from an early age.
2. Prepared Environment:
Our Montessori classroom is thoughtfully prepared to offer a safe, engaging, and stimulating environment for your child. With age-appropriate materials and activities, infants and toddlers are encouraged to explore, manipulate, and engage with their surroundings independently. This promotes self-confidence, concentration, and cognitive development.
3. Hands-on Learning:
Montessori education places a strong emphasis on hands-on learning experiences. Through manipulative materials and sensory activities, infants and toddlers actively engage their senses, developing fine and gross motor skills, hand-eye coordination, and cognitive abilities. These hands-on experiences lay a solid foundation for future academic success.
4. Independence and Self-Discipline:
In a Montessori environment, children are encouraged to develop independence and self-discipline. Through carefully designed activities, they learn to take responsibility for their choices, develop problem-solving skills, and practice self-control. This fosters a sense of autonomy, confidence, and respect for themselves and others.
5. Social and Emotional Development:
Our Montessori Infant-Toddler Weekly Program provides ample opportunities for children to interact with their peers in a respectful and supportive environment. Through group activities, they learn valuable social skills such as sharing, turn-taking, and cooperation. This promotes empathy, emotional intelligence, and the ability to form positive relationships.
6. Language and Communication Skills:
Montessori education places a strong emphasis on language development. Our program provides a language-rich environment, where infants and toddlers are exposed to conversations, stories, songs, and vocabulary-building activities. This fosters early language acquisition, enhances communication skills