Enrichment Programs

Enrichment Programs from Sapientia & Cedar Park Montessori

By: Sapientia & Cedar Park Montessori  07/30/2015
Keywords: Montessori Schools Cedar Park TX

The following extra-curricular programs are offered at the school through specialists in each subject: Although our curriculum inherently includes a wide array of the traditional enrichment areas, including Character and Human Values education, the programs listed below are also available as after-school options: · Art · Music and Instruments · Foreign Languages · Computer and Engineering · Athletics and Sports · Creative Movement, Dance and Yoga

Keywords: Montessori Schools Cedar Park TX

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Primary Education

Each lesson is appropriately introduced by the lead teacher on a one-on-one basis, based on the child’s abilities. Therefore, depending on the abilities of the child he/she is introduced to the proceeding lesson. The classroom is carefully prepared in such way so as to promote creative learning, socialization, self guided studies and independence. Each lesson invites the child to work at his/her own pace until the work is completed satisfactorily.


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Toddlers

Specific to the Montessori Method, it is in the toddler class that children are introduced to basic guidance in preparation for the upcoming Primary environment: Receiving a lesson, eating etiquette, potty training, working at a table, social grace and courtesy, among others. Children develop independence through practical life skills such as wiping a spill; putting on their shoes; carrying, pouring and arranging items; among many others.


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Elementary Schools Cedar Park TX

Elementary-aged children (ages 6 – 12; grades 1st – 6th) want to expand their understanding beyond the simple and concrete; they want to use their imaginations – an extremely important tool of learning. Elementary students start questioning the world around them, with significant focus on nature and society – the fabric of our most fundamental concepts and needs.