Music classes are part of the weekly infant and toddler curriculum. Children are introduced to musical instruments and songs from a variety of genres including folk, blues, classical, and jazz. Body movement, rhyming, rhythm patterns, and various instruments support musical growth in the classroom.
Children begin weekly fine art classes in our primary program. They begin with basic techniques, how to hold a paintbrush, how to create lines, and expand to learning about various artists and art mediums.
Our Christian curriculum is woven into our Montessori day in a loving, practical, age-appropriate way. Children learn about God’s love daily through music, sensory play and grace before meals. Children begin weekly Bible study in their third year of the primary program.
Kindergarten and third-year primary students participate in weekly PE classes. Their curriculum includes an introduction to various physical activity and group games including folk dancing, bowling, yoga, and more. In addition to healthy living, our goals include fun, good sportsmanship, taking turns, and an introduction to a variety of games.
Mission Montessori has multiple bilingual teachers on staff. Children are introduced to conversational Spanish at all levels through music, stories, games and conversation.