Registration for Fall 2014 is now open! Fall sessions start in September.  View here.

Why Mommy & Me Montessori

Have fun with your child.

See your child grow throughout the Parent & Child (Mommy & Me) sessions as she joyfully explores the Montessori environment, experiments with the Montessori materials, and discovers the children around her.

Meet other parents.

Eight families with similarly aged children join each Parent & Child session. Parents have the opportunity to socialize both in class and on the playground.

Develop your parenting toolkit.

The infant and toddler years are exciting, but also challenging. Montessori principles can help you make the most of this precious time. Each week, our trained Montessori guide will offer thoughts on topics that are on every parent’s mind. Leave with practical tips for applying Montessori ideas at home.

Try out the Montessori program.

Parent & Child (Mommy & Me) Montessori is your chance to experience “Montessori in a nutshell.” You and your child will be in a Montessori classroom, experience some of the typical daily activities, and learn from an experienced Montessori teacher. Seeing is believing: if you are at all unsure if Montessori might be right for your child and family, you’ll have your answer after this class! 


"I am a huge advocate of Montessori Parent-Toddler Programs. I loved the first program I attended with Caspar many years ago. There is only so much Montessori you can learn online and in books. Getting a first hand experience is invaluable. If you have a toddler and are even just slightly the littlest bit interested in Montessori I encourage you to check out a program near you." Click here to read more. Kylie, Montessori blogger


Parent & Child Program Choices

Infant Mommy & Me (2 – 17 months) View Sessions

Weekly topics such as home environment, movement, order, sleep patterns, independence and language acquisition will offer you moments of clarity in parenting your little one. You will be with your child as she explores simple Montessori materials, joins circle time and participates in infant massage. You’ll learn a great deal about child development while making new friends in a “mom’s group” atmosphere.

Toddler Mommy & Me (18 – 36 months) View Sessions

Weekly topics such as fostering independence, toilet learning, discipline, language acquisition and preparing the home environment for your active explorer will give you new insights into how you can optimally support your child’s development. You will be with your child as she works with Montessori materials, enjoys arts and crafts, joins circle time, learns to serve herself snack and plays with other toddlers on the playground. You’ll be able to make friends, find like-minded parents and toddlers for play dates, and learn much about child development, Montessori theory and practice.

Intro to Primary Mommy & Me (2 years 9 months to 3 years 6 months) View Sessions

The Intro to Primary Parent & Child program is an ideal next step as you move toward the preschool age. It’s a great way to try out the Montessori program, to help your child transition, and to learn how to apply Montessori principles at home with an older child. Each week, we’ll explore a specific topic your child would encounter in the Montessori preschool program. We’ll start with self-care skills, such as dressing and independent toileting, then move on to involving your child in food prep and ideas for independence in eating. We’ll show you how to support sensorial exploration, arts, crafts, music and movement for preschoolers. Finally, we’ll introduce you to some Montessori ideas around literacy and early number skills. You’ll be with your child and guide him as he explores, always with the coaching and support of an experienced Montessori instructor. After this class, you’ll be better prepared to both apply Montessori ideas at home, and to help your child transition into our Montessori primary program. And, of course, you’ll be able to make friends and find like-minded parents and preschoolers for play dates.

Spanish Option for Toddler and Intro to Primary Mommy & Me

These classes are led by a Spanish speaking Montessori instructor who will incorporate culture, language and experiences in her native tongue. Adults are encouraged to attend whether or not they speak Spanish. While children will be spoken to exclusively in Spanish, the instructor will speak English with adults outside during playtime as the need arises. Weekly hand-outs will be offered to parents in English only.


Parent & Child Program Details

  • Mommy & Me groups generally meet once a week for 8 weeks, 1 ½ hours per week. Summer sessions run shorter; check the schedule for details.
  • Mommy & Me sessions start four times each year: January, April, July and September
  • Offered at LePort campuses in the LA South Bay/Palos Verdes area, Huntington Beach, Fountain Valley, Irvine, Northern San Diego area (Encinitas) and San Francisco.
  • Infant programs welcome children who are between 2 and 17 months at the start of the session; Toddler programs welcome children between 18 and 36 months; Intro to Primary programs welcome children between 2 years 9 months and 3 years 6 months at the start of the session.
  • Mommy & Me sessions are guided by a consistent, experienced Montessori instructor.
  • Each child attends with a parent or caregiver (nannies or grandparents are welcome, too!) Twins & multiples encouraged to attend with an adult responsible for each child.

Now Enrolling for Fall Parent & Child Sessions
Starting in September

  • The Parent & Child (Mommy & Me) program is offered at nine LePort campuses; see below for schedule details.
  • Registration is first-come, first served. Register early: past Mommy & Me sessions have filled weeks before the session starts.
  • Registration for future Mommy & Me Sessions will open approximately four to six weeks prior to session start. Future sessions are now scheduled through Summer 2015:
    • Winter 2015: 8-week session/January 26th – March 21st
    • Spring 2015: 8-week session/April 13th – June 6th
    • Summer 2015: 6-week session/July 6th – August 15th

Infant Sessions

Encinitas
Saturday, 10:15am with Rym Moukite - Starts 9/27 - 1 Spot Left!

Fountain Valley
Monday, 9:30am with Kirsten Carlin - Starts 9/22
Thursday, 9:30am with Kirsten Carlin - Starts 9/25

Huntington Harbor
Saturday, 9:00am with Emmy Zappa - Starts 9/27 - Class Full

Palos Verdes
Saturday, 10:30am with Ana Rivas - Starts 9/27 - Class Full

Irvine Spectrum
Saturday, 8:30am with Bianca Solorzano - Starts 9/27
Saturday, 8:30am with Stacey Dee - Starts 9/27 - Class Full
Saturday, 10:30am with Stacey Dee - Starts 9/27 - Class Full

Toddler Sessions

Encinitas
Saturday, 8:30am with Rym Moukite - Starts 9/27 - 2 Spots Left!

Fountain Valley
Wednesday, 9:30am with Kirsten Carlin - Starts 9/24 - Class Full
Saturday, 8:30am with Suet Chow - Starts 9/27 - Mandarin

Huntington Harbor
Saturday, 8:30am with Alejandra Tryon - Starts 9/27 - Spanish

Irvine Lake
Thursday, 3:45pm with Ana Rivas - Starts 9/25
Saturday, 8:30am with Monica Alvidrez - Starts 9/27

Irvine Orchard Hills
Tuesday, 3:30pm with Kirsten Carlin - Starts 9/23 - Class Full

Irvine San Marino
Tuesday, 3:30pm with Elizabeth Darst - Starts 9/23 - Class Full
Saturday, 9:00am with Elizabeth Darst - Starts 9/27 - Class Full

Irvine Spectrum
Wednesday, 3:30pm with Carmen Calvo - Starts 9/24 - Spanish - Class Full
Tuesday, 9:30am with Kirsten Carlin - Starts 9/23 - Class Full
Thursday, 3:30pm with Kirsten Carlin - Starts 9/25 - Class Full
Friday, 9:30am with Kirsten Carlin - Starts 9/26 - Class Full
Saturday, 11:00am with Monica Alvidrez - Starts 9/27 - Class Full

Palos Verdes
Monday, 3:30pm with Ana Rivas - Starts 9/22 - Class Full
Saturday, 8:30am with Ana Rivas - Starts 9/27 - Class Full

Intro to Primary Sessions

Irvine San Marino
Wednesday, 3:30pm with Elizabeth Darst - Starts 9/24

 


Mommy and Me was a great opportunity for me to learn more about the Montessori approach. With this program, I got to see how Montessori preschool works in practice, what actually happens in class every day. I knew that once my daughter attended preschool, I wouldn’t be able to be there with her and see what she does every day. It was great to be able to experience the Montessori program together, so I can relate to her world once she starts preschool at LePort this fall.
Gina G., Mommy & Me parent


Parent & Child Instructors

Karen Almanza
Karen Almanza completed her Association Montessori Internationale (AMI) Assistants to Infancy course with the Montessori Institute of San Diego after graduating from California State University, Dominguez Hills with a Bachelor’s of Science in Child Development and Family Studies in 2010. Before coming to LePort in 2011, she worked for six years as a Teacher’s Assistant and Special Needs Aide at the Palos Verdes Peninsula School District and as an Assistant Teacher at the San Diego State Child Development Center. Having worked as a Head Infant teacher at the Huntington Harbor campus since it opened Fall 2012, Ms. Almanza is eager to share her love and knowledge of infancy with parents.

Monica Alvidrez
Monica Alvidrez is a Montessori Toddler Head Teacher. As an AMI Montessori Toddler Guide, Ms. Monica Alvidrez received her Early Childhood Education Permit from Irvine Valley College in 2003. She joined the LePort Schools team in 2010 with over ten years of experience teaching in private preschools, as well experience with second language learners. Ms. Alvidrez pursued her Association of Montessori Internationale 0-3 Diploma from the Montessori Institute of San Diego and looks forward to sharing her knowledge and experience as a mother, teacher and partner in raising children in the her Parent & Child classes.

Carmen Calvo
Ms. Carmen Calvo is a Spanish Immersion Montessori Toddler Head Teacher. She was born and raised in Mexico City, the third of nine sisters. She was the first in her family to go to college, earning her B.A. in Education from the Universidad Nacional Autonoma de Mexico. Later, she went on to earn her AMS Primary diploma, as well as her AMI Elementary diploma. She first discovered and fell in love with the Montessori method through researching educational options for her own children. Ms. Calvo has been a Montessori directress internationally since 1993, and has pursued her AMI 0-3 Diploma from Montessori Institute of San Diego. Additionally, she has taught Spanish as a second language to toddlers through adults and excited to offer an authentic Spanish Montessori program to families in Orange County.

Kirsten Carlin
Kirsten Carlin, LePort’s Parent & Child Coordinator, received her B.A. in Political Science from the University of Alaska Anchorage in 1988 and her Infant/Toddler American Montessori Society Teaching Credential from the Montessori Education Center of the Rockies & University of Colorado in 1995. In 2010, she earned her Child Development Site Supervisor Permit from the California Commission on Teacher Credentialing. Ms. Carlin has extensive experience with the Montessori Method, with children of all ages, particularly infants & toddlers, and especially with parents of very young children. Prior to joining LePort Schools, Kirsten created Montessori infant & toddler learning environments in Alaska & Arizona before running her own First 5 CA grant-funded Montessori program in her home for children infant-primary (0-6). A parent of two girls who attended Montessori school before coming to Leport, Ms. Carlin is a strong proponent of the Montessori Method and enjoys sharing her love of early childhood with parents.

Suet Chow
Ms. Suet Chow is a Montessori Head Teacher in the Mandarin Immersion program. Having received her Early Childhood Education Certificate of Achievement with Infant/Toddler Emphasis from Irvine Valley College. Her past work experiences include running a licensed family childcare in her community for ten years. Ms. Suet joined LePort in September of 2008 and has been working as a toddler assistant teacher at the Irvine San Marino campus. Ms. Suet completed her AMI Montessori teacher training for the 0 to 3 age group at the Montessori Institute of San Diego. Ms. Suet loves working with children. She believes childhood is a time of natural creativity and curiosity. It is a time to motivate children in a positive way and encourage them to discover, learn, and grow! Ms. Suet is excited at the opportunity of teaching the Montessori program she loves in her native Chinese language, equipping children with the foundation for joyful learning and giving them the gift of bilingualism.

Elizabeth Darst
Elizabeth (“Beth”) Darst is a Montessori Primary Head Teacher. She graduated in 1993 from Oregon State University with a B.S. in History and received her AMI Diploma from the Montessori Institute Northwest in 1995. She then taught at a Montessori school in Portland, OR for the next twelve years. Mrs. Darst grew up in Irvine and graduated from Irvine High School. She was very happy to return in Irvine with her family and friends. A mother herself, Mrs. Darst loves sharing the Montessori method with families in the Parent & Child program.

Stacey Dee
Stacey Dee is a Montessori Infant Head Teacher. As an AMI Montessori Toddler Guide, Ms. Dee’s love for teaching began during her senior year of high school while assisting in a toddler classroom and teaching gymnastics. She attended California State University, San Marcos and received a B.A. in Liberal Studies and a minor in Spanish. She received her Early Childhood Teaching Certificate from Riverside Community College in 2008, and pursued her AMI Diploma for ages 0-3 years from the Montessori Institute of San Diego. Ms. Dee joined LePort in the fall of 2009 and  finds the “Ah-ha!” moment most rewarding part of teaching. She loves to see children master the materials and take pride in their work. In her spare time, Ms. Dee loves spending time with her daughter and looks forward to sharing her tips for positive parenting from infancy and beyond in her Parent & Child classes at our brand new campus.

Cynthia Hume
Cynthia Hume is a Montessori Toddler Head Teacher. An AMI Montessori Toddler Guide, Mrs. Cynthia (“Cindy”) Hume was born in Southern California, living here until she was 9 when her family moved overseas to the Philippines where she lived until she graduated from high school. Mrs. Hume has worked with children of all ages for many years, first teaching Sunday school, then working for Orange County’s “Inside the Outdoors” program as an instructor where she enjoyed teaching about nature and science. She has also worked with elementary aged students in private school settings. It was the birth of her daughter that really triggered Mrs. Hume’s interest in younger children. As she watched the development of her own daughter with fascination, she realized what a privilege it is to foster the growth and development of a child from the very beginning. Mrs. Hume, who has been with LePort Schools since September, 2010, her daughter, Kelsie, attends the Irvine-San Marino campus, pursed her AMI Montessori 0-3 Assistants to Infancy training from the Montessori Institute of San Diego. Cindy’s eager to share Montessori parenting ideas in her Parent & Child class.

Rym Moukite
Rym Moukite earned both her Primary and Assistants to Infancy AMI diplomas from the Montessori Institute of San Diego. Prior to joining LePort, she worked as a caregiver, nanny, assistant to infancy consultant, and as a guide at another Montessori school in Southern California. Ms. Moukite has worked with children for over 10 years and loves observing children learn. In addition to the Montessori skills she has developed over the years, Ms. Moukite is also fluent in English, Spanish and Italian. In addition to teaching, she enjoys photography, holistic nutrition, culinary arts, history and watching foreign films. She is excited to bring Parent & Child programming to LePort’s new campus in Encinitas!

Ana Rivas
Ana Rivas, a Montessori Head Toddler teacher, was born in Peru. She studied child development and general education at Fullerton College. Later, she went on to pursue a biology degree at California State University – Fullerton as well as her AMI Montessori training from the Montessori Institute of San Diego. Ms. Rivas has been teaching young children, from infants to preschool children, for over ten years, and has been with LePort Schools since 2008. Ms. Rivas loves outdoor activities with her husband and two children, such as hiking, camping, and going to the beach. For her, the Montessori method is a way of life. She believes that empowering children to discover their own potential is the foundation of a successful society.

Bianca Solorzano
Bianca Solorzano is a Montessori Infant Head Teacher who received her Associates Degree from Saddleback College and is currently studying Communications with emphasis in Intercultural Communication at California State University, Fullerton. She continues to study Early Childhood Education, along with completing the AMI Assistants to Infancy course from the Montessori Institute of San Diego. She has a passion for childhood learning and development, and her youthful spirit combined with life structure leads her to excel in working with children. Ms. Solorzano was involved in athletics through high school, playing both soccer and lacrosse. She lives by the beach and spends her free time walking, hiking, or in the ocean. She is very interested in Marine Biology and continues to read and learn about ocean life. She has a passion for learning about cultures, and speaks English, Spanish and is learning Italian. Ms. Solorzano looks forward to traveling and seeing the world in the years to come. She is honored to be working at LePort Schools and looks forward to sharing her passion for life with the infants in her class and toddlers in her Parent & Child class!

Alejandra Tryon
Alejandra Tryon is a Spanish Immersion Montessori Primary Head Teacher. An AMI Montessori Primary Guide, Ms. Alejandra Tryon, originally from Colombia, earned her five-year bachelor’s degree in psychology and child education from the prestigious La Sabana University. She has presented academic papers on “The Theory of the Mind in Autistic Children” and “The Importance of ‘Meaning’ in Teaching”. Back in her home country, Ms. Tryon worked with children for over eight years, including experience working with autistic children, and several years of experience teaching at a Montessori School. After relocating to the United States, Ms. Tryon jumped at the chance to combine her Spanish language skills with her love of being in a Montessori classroom. She’s excited to share her culture and Spanish language in her Montessori Parent & Child classes.

Emmy Zappa

Emmy Zappa is a Montessori Infant Head Teacher at LePort’s Huntington Harbor campus.  Ms. Zappa was very active in Girl Scouts and sports growing up, playing competitive volleyball at the collegiate level for Santa Rosa Junior College. While there, she earned an Associate of Arts degree in both psychology and social & behavioral sciences and attained her Skills Certificate in Child Development: Associate Teacher. Ms. Zappa worked as a lead toddler teacher as well as with 3-6 year old children. Before joining LePort, Ms. Zappa also worked as the lead teacher in a Montessori infant program. She is currently working toward a bachelor’s degree at California State University Long Beach (with a double major in Family Life Education and Early Childhood Development), as well as completing her Montessori Assistant’s to Infancy credential this summer through the Montessori Institute of San Diego. She is eager to share her love for infants with local parents in the Parent & Child program!


Parent & Child (Mommy & Me) Photo Gallery

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
LePort School Parent/Child Montessori  - mommy & me
LePort School Parent/Child Montessori - mommy & me
LePort School Parent/Child Montessori - mommy guiding her child by the sink
LePort School Parent/Child Montessori - mommy guiding her child by the sink
 
LePort School Parent/Child Montessori  - mommy guiding her child
LePort School Parent/Child Montessori - mommy guiding her child
LePort School Parent/Child Montessori
LePort School Parent/Child Montessori
LePort School Parent/Child Montessori - daddy with young girl painting
LePort School Parent/Child Montessori - daddy with young girl painting
LePort School Parent/Child Montessori - toddlers
LePort School Parent/Child Montessori - toddlers
LePort School Parent/Child Montessori - mommy watching as her child writes
LePort School Parent/Child Montessori - mommy watching as her child writes
 
LePort School Parent/Child Montessori  - mommy and child
LePort School Parent/Child Montessori - mommy and child
LePort School Parent/Child Montessori  - mommies playing with their children outdoors
LePort School Parent/Child Montessori - mommies playing with their children outdoors
LePort School Parent/Child Montessori - kids in the playground
LePort School Parent/Child Montessori - kids in the playground
LePort School Parent/Child Montessori
LePort School Parent/Child Montessori
LePort School Parent & Child Montessori parents gather at the "weaning table" offering their babies snack at school.
LePort School Parent & Child Montessori parents gather at the "weaning table" offering their babies snack at school.
 
LePort Schools Parent & Child Montessori offers babies rich materials to examine.
LePort Schools Parent & Child Montessori offers babies rich materials to examine.
At LePort Schools Parent & Child Montessori even infants learn life skills such as pouring.
At LePort Schools Parent & Child Montessori even infants learn life skills such as pouring.
Toddlers have fun painting at easels just their size.
Toddlers have fun painting at easels just their size.
LePort Schools Parent & Child Montessori offers babies playground time each class.
LePort Schools Parent & Child Montessori offers babies playground time each class.
At LePort Schools Parent & Child Montessori, moms help children do it themselves.
At LePort Schools Parent & Child Montessori, moms help children do it themselves.
 
Parents enjoy getting to know each other as their babies explore.
Parents enjoy getting to know each other as their babies explore.
Toddlers serve their own snack at the LePort Schools Parent & Child Montessori.
Toddlers serve their own snack at the LePort Schools Parent & Child Montessori.
Toddlers work with compelling Montessori materials at the Parent & Child classes.
Toddlers work with compelling Montessori materials at the Parent & Child classes.
Moms learn what Dr. Montessori meant by "follow the child" as children take the lead on exploring by themselves in the LePort Schools Infant Parent & Child Montessori class with shelves built just for the older infant.
Moms learn what Dr. Montessori meant by "follow the child" as children take the lead on exploring by themselves in the LePort Schools Infant Parent & Child Montessori class with shelves built just for the older infant.
Snack time at the Infant Parent & Child Montessori class is self-initiated with independence being supported by offering real glasses to drink from.
Snack time at the Infant Parent & Child Montessori class is self-initiated with independence being supported by offering real glasses to drink from.
 
At the LePort Schools Parent & Child Montessori Infant program, moms encourage safety in activity with words.  Here, this mom asks her daughter to sit down before sliding down, motivating her child to follow directions, enhance listening skills which supports her independence in decision making.
At the LePort Schools Parent & Child Montessori Infant program, moms encourage safety in activity with words.  Here, this mom asks her daughter to sit down before sliding down, motivating her child to follow directions, enhance listening skills which supports her independence in decision making.
LePort Schools Parent & Child Montessori Infant classrooms are set up for babies to practice gross motor activity, like going to a baby gym!
LePort Schools Parent & Child Montessori Infant classrooms are set up for babies to practice gross motor activity, like going to a baby gym!
Infant Mommy & Me classes allow babies to explore openly with quality sensory materials like this "taggie" ball.
Infant Mommy & Me classes allow babies to explore openly with quality sensory materials like this "taggie" ball.
In LePort Schools Parent & Child Montessori Infant classrooms, older infants are encouraged to problem solve early on when more than one child wants to use the same climbing structure.
In LePort Schools Parent & Child Montessori Infant classrooms, older infants are encouraged to problem solve early on when more than one child wants to use the same climbing structure.
At LePort Schools Parent & Child Infant Montessori class, children move about independently and often spend a lot of time practicing their climbing, sliding & clapping skills.
At LePort Schools Parent & Child Infant Montessori class, children move about independently and often spend a lot of time practicing their climbing, sliding & clapping skills.
 
Parents have fun getting to know each other during the 8-week sessions, sometimes founding deep and meaningful friendships for years to come.
Parents have fun getting to know each other during the 8-week sessions, sometimes founding deep and meaningful friendships for years to come.
At LePort Schools Parent & Child Montessori, toddlers are guided to choose "work" independently yet they are assisted to  "do it myself."
At LePort Schools Parent & Child Montessori, toddlers are guided to choose "work" independently yet they are assisted to  "do it myself."
Toddlers begin to refine their focus, coordination and concentration through use of quality wooden materials that entice them.
Toddlers begin to refine their focus, coordination and concentration through use of quality wooden materials that entice them.
Bead stringing is a fun activity toddlers are drawn to at LePort's Parent & Child Montessori program where dads get to see how capable their girls can be!
Bead stringing is a fun activity toddlers are drawn to at LePort's Parent & Child Montessori program where dads get to see how capable their girls can be!
Infants in the Parent & Child class at LePort play outside each class, learning to play "catch" while discovering new types of balls to explore.
Infants in the Parent & Child class at LePort play outside each class, learning to play "catch" while discovering new types of balls to explore.
 
Moms watch as toddlers lead their own learning inspired by a variety of materials on the classroom shelves such as this chunky farm animal puzzle.
Moms watch as toddlers lead their own learning inspired by a variety of materials on the classroom shelves such as this chunky farm animal puzzle.
Musical exploration is one of the many experiences babies share as they learn to be around each other socializing in Parent & Child classes at LePort.
Musical exploration is one of the many experiences babies share as they learn to be around each other socializing in Parent & Child classes at LePort.
Infants at Parent & Child classes get a chance to pull up on grab bars when they are ready to stand up all by themselves.
Infants at Parent & Child classes get a chance to pull up on grab bars when they are ready to stand up all by themselves.
LePort Schools Parent & Child Toddler Montessori shares a group activity with the parents each class time, fostering a sense of community.
LePort Schools Parent & Child Toddler Montessori shares a group activity with the parents each class time, fostering a sense of community.
Toddler Montessori Parent & Child classrooms offer a group snack for toddlers to learn how to set the table, serve themselves, dine together and clean-up!
Toddler Montessori Parent & Child classrooms offer a group snack for toddlers to learn how to set the table, serve themselves, dine together and clean-up!
 
Infant Parent & Child classrooms are replete with a variety of materials for babies to manipulate & explore allowing parents to become trained observers of their children.
Infant Parent & Child classrooms are replete with a variety of materials for babies to manipulate & explore allowing parents to become trained observers of their children.
At LePort Schools Parent & Child Montessori, both dad & mom are welcome to attend with baby to enjoy our outdoor classrooms designed just for the littlest students!
At LePort Schools Parent & Child Montessori, both dad & mom are welcome to attend with baby to enjoy our outdoor classrooms designed just for the littlest students!
LePort School Parent & Child class offers older Infants climbing time in a carefully prepared Montessori classroom.
LePort School Parent & Child class offers older Infants climbing time in a carefully prepared Montessori classroom.
During the Parent & Child Infant class, families enjoy singing together for fun and to enhance language acquisition.
During the Parent & Child Infant class, families enjoy singing together for fun and to enhance language acquisition.
At LePort Schools, our Parent & Child Montessori classes allow parents a chance to enter a world sized just right for your older infants.
At LePort Schools, our Parent & Child Montessori classes allow parents a chance to enter a world sized just right for your older infants.
 
In Parent & Child Toddler classes LePort's experienced Montessori guides carefully show children how to do real activities, such as caring for plants.
In Parent & Child Toddler classes LePort's experienced Montessori guides carefully show children how to do real activities, such as caring for plants.