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Classes & Curriculum

The curriculum for TLC is organized into a spiral of integrated studies, rather than a traditional model in which the curriculum is compartmentalized into separate subjects. Our curriculum gives TLC children the opportunities to do the things that their parent(s) do at home. Through out their stay at TLC the children are exposed to an integrated thematic approach that ties the separate disciplines of the curriculum from concrete to abstract.

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Toddler Programs

Ages 15 months to 24 months

Both toddlers program focus on practical life exercises, sensory, exploration and vocabulary enrichment to help students acquire a sense of order, sequence and independence. The nurturing that is provided in TLC helps our children explore and experience at their own pace social, physical and cognitive level in an indoor and outdoor environment.

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24 months to 38 months

Both toddlers program focus on practical life exercises, sensory, exploration and vocabulary enrichment to help students acquire a sense of order, sequence and independence. The program purpose is to assist the toddler during their separation from home.

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Pre- Primary Classes| Ages 3 to 6 Years

Practical Life

Developing everyday living skills. Sensorial Exploration of the senses that promotes knowledge of colors, textures, and shapes.

 

Sensorial Exploration

Sensorial Exploration of the senses that promotes knowledge of colors, textures, and shapes.

Language

The language curriculum is built on phonics which introduces reading, word building, creative writing and grammar.

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Math

Math using hands on learning materials that make abstract concepts clear and concrete.

Science Learning

Science Learning and developing knowledge of living things, matter, energy, space and time.

Geography

Geography Talking and learning about the things we need in life such as food, water, shelter, parts of the world and their cultures.

Creative Exploration

Creative Exploration pre-primary Montessori students also explore art,  music, drama and movement. Older students are introduced to  computer skills.

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