A Hands-On Education
Salado Montessori offers an authentic Association Montessori International (AMI) curriculum for students ages 3 to 6.
A hallmark of Montessori education is its hands-on approach to learning. Students work with specially designed materials, manipulating and investigating until they master the lesson. There are well-defined spaces for each part of the curriculum, such as Practical Life Skills, Sensorial, Language, Math, and Culture.
The classroom is composed of students whose ages typically span three years. Students start in the Half-Day program and then move into the Extended-Day (Kindergarten) program. Ideally, students stay with the class, and teacher, for the entire 3 year cycle, forging a stable community and meaningful bonds.
Annual Fund: Giving With A Purpose
Our goal is to raise $18,614 to fund two high-priority investments in our school community: Mrs. Villalpando’s AMI Primary Diploma and a new playscape for our outdoor area.
This opportunity will advance our learning community and enrich your children’s experience with us. It also aligns with our long-term goal of growing the school and will position Ms. Webb to continue to focus on developing our educational program as the Director.
What Parents Think
“Our daughter has been part of Salado Montessori for the last two years. They have built a little community of kiddos that are eager to learn and interested in what they are learning. This is the perfect place to develop her hunger for knowledge, setting the stage for fulfilling life.
She learns how to communicate well, how to resolve conflicts, and how to think in a way that advances her skills. We are grateful to have such a great school in Salado."