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We are excited to have our students back from break. Our toddler students are already choosing their own Montessori work from the shelves and practicing their hand-eye coordination and other skills. Welcome back everyone!

We are excited to have our students back from break. Our toddler students are already choosing their own Montessori work from the shelves and practicing their hand-eye coordination and other skills. Welcome back everyone!

Children in the toddler classroom can learn counting from one to five using simple colored rings. Learning to match the symbol with a quantity, rather than merely a sequence, is an important cornerstone of the Montessori Math curriculum.

Children in the toddler classroom can learn counting from one to five using simple colored rings. Learning to match the symbol with a quantity, rather than merely a sequence, is an important cornerstone of the Montessori Math curriculum.

Our toddlers just love this race car track! It is a great way to let them practice their visual tracking skills. The students will drop a car each time from the top of the track and follow it with their eyes until it gets to the bottom of the track.

Our toddlers just love this race car track! It is a great way to let them practice their visual tracking skills. The students will drop a car each time from the top of the track and follow it with their eyes until it gets to the bottom of the track.

After practicing pouring water, children in the toddler class help each other clean up. By doing this, the children learn practical life skills and cooperation. Cleaning the table also requires hand-eye coordination, an essential first step in learning our Montessori "work."

After practicing pouring water, children in the toddler class help each other clean up. By doing this, the children learn practical life skills and cooperation. Cleaning the table also requires hand-eye coordination, an essential first step in learning our Montessori "work."

What’s in your bowl brother?   Mixed age classrooms promote crossed-age learning. The older child is demonstrating his mastery of this work while the younger child is observing keenly and curiously. It also helps to boost the older child’s confidence level.

What’s in your bowl brother? Mixed age classrooms promote crossed-age learning. The older child is demonstrating his mastery of this work while the younger child is observing keenly and curiously. It also helps to boost the older child’s confidence level.

Toddler Pictures

Toddler Pictures

Here at JIMS one thing we love to see is our students make friends! Here we have two of our students going outside to the playground holding hands. It is so rewarding to see students grow and break out of their shell to make friends.

Here at JIMS one thing we love to see is our students make friends! Here we have two of our students going outside to the playground holding hands. It is so rewarding to see students grow and break out of their shell to make friends.

Toddler Pictures

Toddler Pictures

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