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The toddler program is for children aged 18-36 months. During this most impressionable time, students are focused on talking, toileting, cleaning up and getting dressed. Lifetime Montessori school (LMS) features a 'six to one' student/teacher ratio.
In the Toddler program, practical life skills like working with water, food & child-sized challenges (like toilet training) allow children to extend themselves while learning to do by and for themselves. Our Method gives children confidence to explore and not be afraid to fail.
The Lifetime Montessori School Primary program for children aged three years through Kindergarten is a more advanced learning environment.
"We use a core Montessori Method philosophy—making mistakes is okay!" Edwards says. "Kids get lessons individually from their teacher. Then, each child is observed going at his or her own pace and what needs to challenge them. As a result, kids learn to love the process of learning, making mistakes and trying again to build success and confidence. They are given more complex and challenging materials as they continue through the school year," Edwards says.
LMS features English/Spanish language immersion classes which are designed to build verbal fluency by Kindergarten. "Language is easy when you start early. Children learn lessons—first all in English, then all in Spanish. Over time, they pick up hundreds of bilingual words just matter-of-factly,"
The LMS Elementary program is for children in Grades 1 through 6. Since children change and transition in their development, the learning environment is changed to match their growth from concrete learning to a more abstract level.
"During these grades, we work on creating more social development--
Elementary school lessons are group-oriented based on moving at each child's own pace. During these lessons, our teacher sees your child's growth and places them on their own path.
"Since they work at their own pace, kids become confident learners," Edwards says.
Lifetime Montessori School teaches 200 students from its campus in Santaluz, a suburb of
San Diego. Although we can't visit personally today, you are able to apply after watching the Lifetime Montessori School virtual tours: at: https://lifetimemontessorischool.com/