At the Kindergarten level, children are confident in their environment and community. They have adapted to their roles in multi-age settings and are emerging as leaders. MMIA students learn practices that will pave the way for them to have strong futures.
Children are expressing more independence. They are developing higher language skills and gaining an understanding of many subjects. These include science, mathematics, social studies and foreign languages.
Students who have been in the Montessori program for more than a year build upon this foundation. They are active readers and talkers. They are expressing confidence and leadership skills. They build upon other skills by taking on new challenges every single day.
After working with sensory activities, children are reading with a more understanding. They further develop cursive handwriting with their personal journals. Kindergarten students are mastering math concepts. They learn geometry, addition and subtraction, decimals and fractions. Learning happens daily as they explore and master more challenging work.