Montessori On The Boulevard- Infant
19414 Ventura Boulevard Tarzana, CA
Daycare & Child Care, Preschools, Center
2 mos - 5 yrs
6:30am - 6pm
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About Montessori On The Boulevard- Infant
Montessori On The Boulevard- Infant is a provider of early education and care for the students and families of Los Angeles. As a center-based facility, Montessori On The Boulevard- Infant provides the best of a school-like environment, which can help smooth the transition for students to formal school one day in the future, and the best of a community of student peers and professional staff to help inspire and support the learning journey. Centers like Montessori On The Boulevard- Infant can benefit students with their resources, opportunities, and activities for enrichment and learning. In addition, a full-time early education and care schedule for children supports structured learning, cognitive development and social skills - and that’s what Los Angeles parents can get at Montessori On The Boulevard- Infant! Montessori On The Boulevard- Infant provides a full-time program, which allows parents the time they need away to work and affords children the opportunities to learn, laugh, explore, play and get used to longer days. Children will enjoy a community with others their own ages and develop behavioral and social skills in Montessori On The Boulevard- Infant’s learning environment. Montessori On The Boulevard- Infant also offers a Montessori curriculum to students and families. A Montessori curriculum emphasizes independence, discovery, self-discipline and self-motivation for students, with educational philosophy roots dating back over one hundred years. Montessori schools like Montessori On The Boulevard- Infant will often have specific Montessori learning standards and learning materials to ensure best practices and consistency with time-honored Montessori methods, as well as a Montessori-inspired environment that’s clean, orderly and harmonious, crafted to allow students to move, interact and self-construct their learning space.