Villa Montessori School Leesburg Announces Upcoming Open House And Experience Day

June 07, 2019 - /PressAdvantage/ - Villa Montessori Preschool Leesburg has announced that they are inviting parents to attend an Open House and schedule an Experience Day for their children. This will allow parents and children to experience what a Montessori education can provide for the children. Through the Open House and Experience Day, parents and children can actually see the Villa Montessori community in action and can ask questions. More information about these can be gleaned from https://leesburg.villamontessoripreschool.com/open-houses-experience-days/.

Ms. Kimberly, the School Director at Villa Montessori Preschool Leesburg, says, “Villa Montessori Preschool Open House dates are scheduled throughout the year. If you are unable to attend an Open House or prefer a Private Tour, feel free to call 571-281-5800 at any time to schedule an appointment at your convenience. We can accommodate the busiest of schedules! And once you have attended an Open House or completed a Private Tour, we are happy to offer a free Experience Day for your child to spend time learning with us and experience the Montessori difference.”

The Montessori Method was developed by Dr. Maria Montessori, who founded it on the primary principle of following the child. While working with pediatric psychiatric patients in Rome, Dr. Montessori realized that children naturally want to learn and explore their environment. A Montessori classroom is carefully designed to enable the children to work independently and experience the job of self-discovery. The teachers merely serve as guides for the children, introducing materials that the children are free to choose from as they work to discover the answers to the questions in their minds using self-correcting or auto-didactic materials.

In the Montessori classroom environment, the children are able to grow academically. They discover for themselves their ability to solve complex math problems, write beautifully, identify geometric shapes, name the continents, and discuss scientific concepts. However, the primary goal of the Montessori classroom at Villa Montessori Preschool Leesburg is not about academics but rather to develop and encourage the children’s natural sense of wonder and joy. It was Dr. Montessori’s idea that education is not dreary chore but rather an exploration of the mysteries of life, which brings joy to the children.

Meanwhile, the Reggio approach to early childhood education helps the children develop higher critical thinking skills that are needed in finding the answer to certain questions. Using this philosophy, Villa Montessori Preschool Leesburg, whose website can be found at https://leesburg.villamontessoripreschool.com/, has an emergent curriculum that is based on a few key concepts with regards to the ideas and curiosities of children. The teacher observes and listens to the children and then presents projects to the children that target their interests. The goal of the teachers is to always be on the look out for new methods and ideas that can inspire the children to hone their critical thinking skills.

Meanwhile, the environment also serves as a teacher to the children because it offers access to materials that the children can use as their interests develop. The shelves in the classrooms are full of hands-on projects that children may want to work on to help them discover the answers to their questions.

Loris Malaguzzi, the founder of the Reggio Approach to early childhood education, said that, “the child has a hundred languages.” Thus, Villa Montessori Preschool Leesburg nurtures the students in such a way that the latter are comfortable in expressing how they perceive the world around them. This is done by using sculpture, drawing, painting, dance, dramatic play, mathematics, movement, poetry, language arts, and writing.

Villa Montessori Preschool Leesburg has been using a curricula that combines the Montessori and Reggio methods for more than 12 years. The school is strategically located in Leesburg, Virginia, which allows them to serve families from the nearby areas of Purcellville, Round Hill, Paeonian Springs, Lovettsville, Lansdowne, Hamilton, Ashburn, South Riding, Brambleton, Lucketts, Sterling, and Waterford.

Those who would like to know more about the benefits of the Montessori and Reggio curricula can visit the Villa Montessori Preschool Leesburg Facebook page at https://www.facebook.com/villamontessorileesburg/, visit their website, or contact them by phone or by email.

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For more information about Villa Montessori Preschool Leesburg, contact the company here:

Villa Montessori Preschool Leesburg
Ms. Kimberly
(571) 281-5800
info@villamontessorileesburg.com
Villa Montessori 1609 Village Market Blvd SE STE 100 Leesburg, VA 20175

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