The Bilingual Montessori School of Boston uses the Montessori Method of teaching with a combination of the latest study in learning to create an environment where children can experience the joy of learning. The Bilingual Montessori School of Boston offer a warm, loving and wonder-filled atmosphere with a French program. The school' goal is to produce self-secured, happy, and courteous learners. Our Students learn to be respectful to their parents, their teachers, their peers, and themselves. As each child is unique, our program instills in each one of them the meaning of independence and self-accomplishment.
The Bilingual Montessori School of Boston provides an outstanding program in a warm loving bilingual atmosphere that helps each child become confident, capable, creative, caring and happy. Our school focuses on helping each child achieves his/her full potential by nurturing and stimulating that unique union of mind and body through academics, drama, art, music, language, movement, and practical life skills directed by dedicated staff of directresses in a setting of rustic serenity.
The Bilingual Montessori School of Boston has a vast hands-on approach to learning. Our philosophy of education is capable of influencing all aspects of the child's experience. The activities are carefully planned from the design and selection of materials, to the selection and education of the class directress. This approach makes it easy for the child to become that special person he/she ought to be. The children are encouraged to develop their observation skills by doing many types of activities that include but not limited to the use of the five senses, kinetic movement, spatial refinement, small and large motor skill coordination, and concrete knowledge that leads to later abstraction. In a Montessori classroom, the children quickly learn to examine a problem carefully, seeking the possibilities, and discovering the solution. Each method, each exercise, and every equipment use in the classroom is design for the children's inherent desire to learn.
The Bilingual Montessori School of Boston creates a legacy of childhood happiness for the children by instilling love and joy in their hearts while learning another language. The sensitive periods represent a critical point of a child's development. The sensitive period for language occurs from birth to about age six. It is at this time that the child learns the primary language spoken in the home. He also has the ability to learn and fluently speak other languages. The French instruction begins when children enter the school at two months of age and establishes vocabulary and language interest at an early age. The curriculum is participatory where the little ones learn all kinds of movements, dances, songs, colors, numbers, foods, and animals, etc.
The Bilingual Montessori School of Boston serves a diverse community. Our French bilingual program attracts local and international parents, especially families from Europe residing in Massachusetts.