Guidepost Montessori at Prosperity
Guidepost Montessori at Prosperity Photo #2 - A prepared environment is the first teacher in a Montessori classroom. This environment must invite the child to work with her hand and her mind without overstimulating the child. Order is very important to the child in the 0 - 6 year developmental stage.
Guidepost Montessori at Prosperity Photo #3 - Notice the child's focus and concentration as she meticulously dusts the leaves of this classroom plant. Care of self, and of all living and non-living things, is taught through practice in the Montessori classroom.
Guidepost Montessori at Prosperity Photo #4 - A Montessori Nido (Infant) environment for 3 month to 18 month olds is truly beautiful to watch. Each family's home routine is uniquely supported in Nido - feeding, sleeping, and engagement time with the work. Here you see a child resting before she resumes her work, including the emphasis on gross and fine motor skills.
Guidepost Montessori at Prosperity Photo #5 - The work of a prepared Montessori guide is pure magic. Each Montessori guide is trained to observe a child and to then use this intimate knowledge of the child to connect them with the work. Here you see a Nido guide sharing her love for language with a child.
Welcome to Guidepost Montessori, conveniently located in Charlotte. Your child will blossom when engaged in child-directed learning within a knowledge- rich environment.
This location also offers English and Spanish Immersion programs.
Your child will also take advantage of the beautiful, new and well prepared classrooms and large, outdoor space. Now enrolling for infant through middle school.
- School Type: Early Childhood / Day Care
- Grades: Nursery/Preschool-6
- Application Deadline: None / Rolling
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