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Curriculum

Curriculum

Our preschool curriculum follows the Montessori method, where the children practice basic skills themselves, at their own pace.

"Montessori education is fundamentally a model of human development, and an educational approach based on that model. The model has two basic elements. First, children … engage in psychological self-construction by means of interaction with their environments. Second, children, especially under the age of six, have an innate path of psychological development. Based on her observations, [Maria] Montessori believed that children at liberty to choose and act freely within an environment prepared according to her model would act spontaneously for optimal development.

We also have daily lessons in music, science, art, the yearly calendar, math, and yoga.  

The Jewish holidays and traditions, daily morning prayers, Torah morals, and the Hebrew alphabet are taught daily, using the Montessori and other teaching methods. These important lessons are absorbed by the children and remembered for years.

 

Updates
Please visit our new website at:
www.westborojewishmontessoripreschool.org
 
We are very excited to be starting our new toddler program for this up-coming year!
We are now accepting children ages 18 months to 2.5 years, for a full or half day program.
Please contact us to receive a registration package, (613) 729-7712.
Upcoming events
Oct. 22, 2017
Torah Studies class with Rabbi Hershel Caytak at the Jewish Youth Library of Ottawa. Every Sunday morning. Open to the public. This class is free.
Oct. 29, 2017
Torah Studies class with Rabbi Hershel Caytak at the Jewish Youth Library of Ottawa. Every Sunday morning. Open to the public. This class is free.
Nov. 05, 2017
Torah Studies class with Rabbi Hershel Caytak at the Jewish Youth Library of Ottawa. Every Sunday morning. Open to the public. This class is free.
Nov. 12, 2017
Torah Studies class with Rabbi Hershel Caytak at the Jewish Youth Library of Ottawa. Every Sunday morning. Open to the public. This class is free.

For more information contact the director, Mrs. Devora Caytak, at (613) 729-7712.