Come and Discover the Toddler Community at HBMH!

Come and Discover the Toddler Community at HBMH!

Photo of the Day: Plant Care

Adding with Colored Beads

One of our primary community members concentrating as he adds together different quantities of the beaded chains.

Nido: The Most Important Time in Your Child’s Life

“We should not look at newborn infants as small, helpless human beings, but as persons who are small in size, but with an immense mental capacity, and many physical abilities that cannot be witnessed unless the environment assists in the expression of life.”
– Dr. Silvana Montanaro

The Infant Community at Healthy Beginnings Montessori House is affectionately referred to as the Raspberry Room. Like all of HBMH’s classrooms, our Nido environment is rooted in the educational philosophy of Maria Montessori. In fact, the word Nido comes from the Italian word “nest” and is meant to convey the warmth and security of a home.

Through the environment’s simplicity and order, the room is safe, secure, stimulating, and most importantly full of . The preparedness of the teachers allow students to learn at their own pace, using their senses to explore and discover the world.

IMAGINE…

Age appropriate materials and aids that induce concentration, movement, language, and cognitive development
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“Open” classroom, absent of inhibiting items such as playpens, “bouncing” seats, activity saucers, swings and walkers"Open" classroom, absent of inhibiting items such as playpens, "bouncing" seats, activity saucers, swings and walkers

Floor Beds, which permit movement such as slithering from day one; crucial to their development

Floor Beds, which permit movement such as slithering from day one; crucial to their development

Gently touched and spoken to softly, as a whole individual, in an environment with low baby-to-teacher ratio

I'm given the love and attention that I need all throughout my day, in a prepared, nurturing environment, suitable to all of my needs.

Calmness is nurtured by following your babies natural rhythm of development

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Calmness is nurtured by following your babies natural rhythm of development

Trust is cultivated by understanding how your baby communicates information
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We invite those with little ones between the ages of 6 weeks – 18 months to stop by for a tour, and witness the beauty of our Montessori Nido!
P: 972-881-8200
E: carli@healthybeginningsmontessori.com

Countdown to Thanksgiving: We’re Most Thankful For…

Even on these cold days when the weather seems “gloomy”, we’re extremely thankful for the opportunity to play outside! The weather may be slightly gray, but we make the most of it. Our friends spent the afternoon collecting autumn leaves, running … Continue reading