This is the art of serving the spirit an art which can be practiced perfection only when working among children.

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NEW LOCATION IN GARDEN GROVE IS NOW OPEN!!! We offer toddler class (from 18months), preschool (from 2yrs to 5yrs), kindergarten and also school age programs, 1st grade to 6th grade. It has a beautiful playground and many fruit trees, wonderful atmosphere place, upgraded classroom and with very good and experienced teachers.

New Location:
9221 Chapman Ave.
Garden Grove, CA 92841

714- 283-2857


7:00am-7:00pm (Mon-Fri)


Author Archives: Louise Savoie

Make the World a Better Place with Montessori Method

The Montessori method of learning helps your child in ways that go beyond traditional school subjects. While learning how to read, count or spell is useful, learning how to care for your fellows and yourself is something that can make … Continue reading

Montessori Tips to Encourage Your Child to Do Chores

A lot of people, whether young or old, don’t like doing chores. More so if we’re talking about kids who are still in Kindergarten. Fortunately, there are some things that you can do to make your children more receptive to … Continue reading

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Making Potty Training Easy with the Montessori Method

Before starting Kindergarten, children should already be familiar with using the toilet. Some start toilet training as early as one year old, while other kids don’t start training until they are three years old. To know if your child is … Continue reading

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Encouraging Independence, the Montessori Way

As a parent, it can be difficult to consistently encourage independence in your child. After all, it’s simpler and easier to just dress them yourself instead of waiting for your child to do it. It can take ages! If you’re … Continue reading

How Does My Child Benefit from Montessori Learning?

Montessori is a curriculum that’s based on Dr. Maria Montessori’s research on child learning and development. Unlike in Kindergarten where learning is teacher-centered, Montessori focuses more on the learner. It emphasizes the holistic growth of children based on their individual … Continue reading

Letting Your Child Learn the Montessori Way

Preschool years are vital to your children’s physical, emotional, social, and mental health. What they see and learn during these formative years will be huge contributory factors as to what they will become when they grow up. Therefore, choosing a … Continue reading