Our Programs


Our Montessori Curriculum

In our Montessori classroom, children are able to pursue and explore the interests in the following areas


In our Montessori classroom, children are able to pursue and explore the interests in the following areas


Practical Life Area

Children develop selfhelp skills by doing activities that they observe in their daily routines. These exercises provide opportunities to improve eyehand coordination, fine motor skills, a sense of order and concentration. A few examples of activities that can be found in this area are: pouring water from one container to another, spooning, using tongs and buttoning frames.

Sensorial Area

Children learn to distinguish between objects by height, weight, width, shape, color, sound, taste, smell and texture. Through orderly use of scientifically designed materials, the child’s senses are sharpened and refined. This area also provides a foundation for higher math concepts.


Language Area

Children acquire skills for oral and written language through sharing of spoken thoughts, feelings and ideas. Children gain enjoyable and purposeful experiences as the develop skills for reading and writing through guided use of materials. Chinese lessons are offered every Fridays related to the Montessori curriculum themes taught that year. Children learn Mandarin words and phrases through singing, dancing, listening to stories and practicing on learning materials.


Math Area

Children develop an understanding of number concepts in this area. Through progressive application of handson materials, children naturally grasp abstract mathematical concepts.


Science, Cultural, Art, Music and Movement Areas

These subjects stimulate interest in natural life, the world, and the universe. Multicultural subjects broaden children’s perspective, builds respect for others, and teaches peace.

Daily Schedule

2022 - 2023 Calendar


Kinder Academy Montessori
Summer Camp 2022

Kinder Academy
Montessori Camp

Join us this summer for four fun and exciting themes complimenting our Montessori curriculum! There will be a “Fun Friday” activity at the end of each week. school will be closed on Monday July 4th, in observance of Independence Day.

Children will learn about the geography, vegetation, animals and culture of this
wonderful archipelago also our 50th state.
Fun Friday (June 24): Tropical Smoothie Day Fun Friday (July 1); Hula Day

During this camp, children will explore the life and adventures of the small and large animals who live under the ocean.
Fun Friday (July 8): Water Play Day

Fun Friday (July 15): Popsicle Day

In this fun and creative camp children will learn about different techniques and artist as they use a variety of art materials to make 2D and 3D collage art. Fun Friday (July 22): Crazy Hat Day
Fun Friday (July 29): Creative TShirt Day

Children will build confidence and performing art skills as they learn to incorporate acting, dancing, singing, and instrument playing for short performances.
Fun Friday (August 5): Karaoke Day

Fun Friday (August 12): Dance Party

Please note: August 12 is the last day of summer camp and it will be an early dismissal day at 12:00 pm.


Have a Wonderful Summer!