Stone Ridge Montessori Publishes Post On Their Standards Of Daycare

July 08, 2019 - /PressAdvantage/ - Stone Ridge Montessori, based in Chantilly, Virginia, has announced that they have recently published a post that explains how their standards of daycare are superior to others. The school publishes daily posts to their Google My Business page to help educate prospective parents regarding their Montessori education programs. For those who want to learn more about the standards of daycare at Stone Ridge Montessori, their recent post can be read at http://www.stoneridgemontessori.com/standards-of-daycare.

Laurette Lander, a spokesperson for Stone Ridge Montessori, says, “Stone Ridge Montessori programs include a wide variety of educational enrichment initiatives for students ages 16 months through 12 years. All of our programs are a direct reflection of the philosophy of the system's originator, Dr. Maria Montessori. The typical Stone Ridge Montessori student will spend nearly six years at our school, most often enrolling between the ages of one and three. Students move through a carefully orchestrated sequence of Montessori classes, all the while advancing academically, socially and emotionally.”

As part of their program, Stone Ridge Montessori offers a number of after school care program for children with ages six to twelve. These programs have been designed to include a carefully calculated balance of education, recreation, and creative arts. The students are provided with opportunities for learning, having fun, and socializing. Their integrated curriculum includes, among other things: field trips, cooking, reading, music, arts, and foreign language. Furthermore, their After School Care programs include semi-monthly themes, such as the environment, current events, world cultures, science, physical fitness, and more. More information about their After School Care program can be gleaned from the page http://www.stoneridgemontessori.com/before-and-after-school-care.

The educational programs at Stone Ridge Montessori include a broad variety of educational enrichment initiatives for children ages 16 months through 12 years. All of these programs are based on the philosophy of Dr. Maria Montessori, the originator of the Montessori Method. The typical student at Stone Ridge Montessori will spend almost six years in the school, usually starting between the ages of one and three. The students will then progress through a carefully planned sequence of Montessori classes with the goal of allowing them to advance academically, emotionally, and socially.

Standard Montessori disciplines at work at Stone Ridge Montessori include: freedom of movement for the students in the classroom; use of a discovery model in which the children are able to learn concepts when they work with materials in the classroom; uninterrupted time for work, play, and creativity; student choice for independent thinking; and highly trained Montessori professionals.

The Montessori Method arose from the studies and efforts of Dr. Maria Montessori as pre-K educator. The method has been observed to be ground breaking in its ability to nurture and develop children’s diverse abilities and interests, resulting in rapid educational and academic development. One way in which the Montessori Method is different from the traditional educational approach is that teachers are thought of as conductors or facilitators of an orchestra of students and they young minds. This is in contrast to the conventional approach where they are like drill sergeants of unruly children.

The Montessori Method divides the curriculum into five genres: mathematics, science, language, sensorial, and practical life. The classrooms at Stone Ridge Montessori are equipped with a series of lessons from each of the five genres in varying degrees of complexity. Students, with the guidance of the teachers, work through the different lessons at their own pace. The children may choose to work on all five genres in one day or focus on one. They are allowed to decide for themselves with the result that they are able to develop a more independent, self-guided way of thinking based on their creative thought processes and their individuality.

Parents and families who want to know more about the education programs at Stone Ridge Montessori can visit their website, or contact them by telephone or through email. They may also want to take a look at the releases from the school such as the one found at https://www.pressadvantage.com/story/28819-stone-ridge-montessori-in-chantilly-virginia-launches-new-school-website in which they announced their new website.

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For more information about Stone Ridge Montessori, contact the company here:

Stone Ridge Montessori
Laurette Lander
(703) 327-0884
info@stoneridgemontessori.com
Stone Ridge Montessori 25075 White Sands Dr Chantilly, VA 20152

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