Courthouse Montessori School

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Hours of Operation
Monday - Friday, 6:00 a.m. - 6:00 p.m.

Preschool Montessori & Academic Program Outline

Our preschool program encourages your child to explore and develop in areas of physical, mental, and social growth. It has a solid focus on real-world experience and applications.

Practical Life Skills

Develop memory, attention span, concentration, coordination, and motor control. Skills taught are used in everyday life such as buttoning, zipping, pouring, tying, spooning, sifting, stringing, sorting, snapping, cleaning, etc.

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Anything that involves the five senses. Some skills associated with Sensorial materials are visual perception, depth, color, height, width, taste, touch, and fine motor control. A variety of materials are used to develop these senses such as knobbed cylinders, rough and smooth boards, variation in texture materials, etc. A broad variety of shapes from a square to a rhombus to various types of triangles such as a right angle triangle to an isosceles triangle are also used.

Phonics & Vocabulary Enrichment

Children are introduced to beginning, middle, and ending sounds. Sounding out three letter words; then moving into spelling and reading.


Includes counting, number, and quantity recognition. After progressing with these concepts, students move into the four operations of addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division.


Includes subjects such as plants, animals, weather, continents, planets, etc.

Social Studies

Includes self, manners, families, school, neighborhood, community helpers, etc.

Computer Technology

Children learn basic operations of a variety of programs.


Explored daily by the Montessori lead teacher and assistants.

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