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Programs

Program Objective

The curriculum offered at Fort Montessori Academy focuses on the child's ability to learn through discovery. The environment provides freedom and choices of learning and moderates, adjusts and challenges each child's plan of learning. It enables them to feel, understand, experiment and explore.



Transition Program

The FMA Transition program is for children ages 18 months to 36 months. The children at this age are very curious and begin asking the question “WHY”. They are very mobile, have established relationships and are confident of doing a number of things on their own. The children are being potty trained and can communicate their needs to a teacher quite easily. The focus of this program is to build their attention span and fine motor skills. Children in this classroom do lots of practical life and sensorial works. Once the children are potty trained and are able to stay focused on their work they are ready to move on to the preschool class.



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The Transition room is a typical Montessori environment carefully prepared to entice the children to learn and explore. The materials are placed on easy to reach open shelves and the children are given the freedom to choose and explore concepts or ideas that are of interest to them. There is a curriculum, routine and structure that contribute to an environment conducive to learning.



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The daily schedule established in this class is very structured. Most of the morning time is spent on Sensorial, Practical Life and Cultural education. There is a compulsory naptime in the afternoon. The children have Music, Yoga or Computer Class as part of their curriculum in the mornings. The children are allowed free time to play either indoors or outdoors. Towards the later part of the afternoon, the children are allowed to explore their interests or listen to stories during circle time.



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The ratio of children to adults is 10 to one. The child's daily activities are recorded by the teacher. Food/Snacks are given to the child as per the routine established in the school and in consultation with the parents. Each child has his or her own sleeping area. All items provided by parents such as diapers, wipes, pull-ups, and blankets are labeled and stored.



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Daily Schedule is posted outside classroom

Preschool Program

The FMA Preschool program is for children aged 36 months to 6 years. The children at this age are fully potty trained, very inquisitive, and are ready to learn. The focus of this program to develop the Sensorial, Language, Mathematics, Practical Life and Cultural education that they have been exposed to in the Transition rooms. The children stay focused for longer periods at certain task or concept. The teacher will ensure the curriculum is more closely followed since some children may tend to stay on a particular concept or subject for a longer time. This is the age where your child will master reading and writing skills.


The Montessori Environment has a full range of materials that will teach children concepts from age's three to five all the way to Kindergarten. The tables and chairs are a taller and floor mats longer. There is a curriculum and structure for preschool children, but freedom within that structure. The daily schedule established in this class is very similar to the Transition Class. Most of the morning time is spent on Sensorial, Language, Mathematics, Practical Life and Cultural subjects. Younger children in the Pre K classroom nap in the nap room while older children have a 45 minute nap and then continue with Montessori Classes. The children have Music, Yoga or Computer Class as part of their curriculum in the mornings.

The children are allowed free time to play either indoors or outdoors. Towards the later part of the afternoon, the children are allowed to explore their interests or listen to stories during circle time


The ratio of children to adults is 15 to one. The child's daily activities are recorded by the teacher. Food/Snacks are given to the child as per the routine established in the school and in consultation with the parents. Each child has his or her own sleeping area.


Daily Schedule is posted outside classroom


Pre K 1 Classroom


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Pre K 2 Classroom


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Pre K 3 Classroom


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Pre K 4 Classroom


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After-School Program

Purpose

The goal of the "After School Program" at Fort Montessori Academy (FMA) is to care for children in a safe, secure and clean environment, assist with homework and conduct arts, crafts and games.



Program Highlights:


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Pick Up offered from:



How does the program work?

Parents enroll their children for the "After School Program" at Fort Montessori Academy (FMA). FMA's School bus will pick up children from any of the above five schools and bring them over to Fort Montessori Academy. There are daily scheduled activities for the children from 3:00 to 6:30pm. Parents can pick up children anytime before 6:30pm.



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Daily Schedule for the “After School Program”



Organization of After School Room:

Each child in the After School Program is given a cubby. Once they arrive from School, they are checked in and asked to put their bags away and settle down to read or do their homework. After homework is complete, each child is provided a healthy snack. During Free Play or Activity Time, the children can choose to work on Centers. The Centers are for Craft, Math, Reading; Coloring; Toys and Board Games. Children can choose to be part of Center and complete an activity. For older children, homework completion will be given a priority. The older children have access to computers with Internet and Teachers can help them with their homework. During certain days of the week such as Early Release Days or Thanksgiving and Christmas, children can enjoy watching a movie on a home theatre with Popcorn.



Why choose FMA's After School Program?

FMA believes that a child has to be engaged at all times. The brain of child is like that of a sponge, it has no limit to learning:



Extra Curricular Activities

At FMA, the Montessori education is provided from 8:00am to 3:00pm. During this time, children are welcome to participate in the extracurricular activities offered. The extracurricular activities usually offered are karate, art, ballet and sports. These are offered by third party vendors.


If your child wishes to participate there is information at the front desk about each of these activities from the vendors. Since the price and timing of these activities typically vary, please contact front desk for additional details.



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Whiz Kids Summer Program

Summer Program for Elementary Schoolers

Our summer program is called "Whiz Kidz". The purpose of this program is to provide children with fun filled entertainment and education based enrichment activities. The age group for this program is 5 to 11 years old (To qualify for this program your child must have completed kindergarten).


The activities for the children will be divided into the following categories:



Field Trips

Our Whiz Kidz summer program has 3 field trips per week. Some of the local field trips include visits to:



Also, one major field trip per session is planned to more expensive places. A monthly field trip calendar will be provided at the beginning of each session.



On Campus Entertainment

During the summer children will also enjoy onsite activities




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Summer Themes

Children will be provided a weekly theme which includes



Weekly activities include science experiments, and other weekly themed activities



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ComeJoin Us for Summer Fun

We have lots of activities and entertainment planned. We look forward to your children being part of our summer program. FMA is committed to poviding an enjoyable and unforgettable experience.



Summer Tuition Details