Leesburg VA Villa Montessori Preschool 2018 Early Enrollment Special Launched

Villa Montessori Preschool has launched a new program on their 2018 early enrollment special offer. The program is ideal for anybody wanting to enroll their child at the school.

Leesburg, United States - December 15, 2017 /NewsNetwork/ —

A new program has been launched for the 2018 early enrollment special offer at Villa Montessori Preschool. Villa Montessori Preschool announced the program for the early enrollment offer which is ideal for anybody looking to enroll their child at school in or near Leesburg, Virginia.

More information can be found at https://leesburg.villamontessoripreschool.com

Villa Montessori offers various enrollment options for different ages, and has just announced the 2018 early enrollment special offer. This makes it easy for anybody who wants to enroll their child in the new year. Using the links on the website, visitors can find out how to enroll their kids at the renowned center for education. Directions provided by Google Maps: https://goo.gl/maps/QZMCJJZog642

Visitors will see that Villa Montessori Preschool aims to inspire children as well as their parents. It aims to serve as a reliable, trustworthy and effective day-care provider, as well as letting children experience much more than that. Villa Montessori Preschool follows a daily schedule that includes Montessori and Reggio curricula, guided by individual children’s interests.

Visitors will find that children are exposed to various different activities such as music, gardening, animal care and experiences, art, outdoor play and more interesting activities every day. The teachers at Villa Montessori Preschool observe and learn about each individual child in order to identify the topics they are most interested in and present new learning opportunities accordingly.

The Montessori method was developed by Dr. Maria Montessori. The method uses careful observation of the child, as children naturally want to learn and explore, so the method follows this. The teachers act as guides who introduce materials that children are free to choose from again and again, learning and discovering along the way.

The Reggio method offers an emergent curriculum. This curriculum follows a few key concepts that eventually lead down a path that the child feels is interesting enough to take part in, and inspiring enough to carry on learning about.

Villa Montessori Preschool states: “We partner with you – not just as a childcare center, but also as an extension of your family. Providing the highest level of care and an education tailored to your unique child is the idea behind everything we do. So relax and embrace the journey of parenthood.”

More information about Montessori preschool enrollment can be found by visiting the website above, on the company’s Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/villamontessorileesburg/

Contact Info:
Name: Ms. Kimberly
Email: Send Email
Organization: Villa Montessori Preschool Leesburg
Address: 1609 Village Market Blvd SE STE 100, Leesburg, VA 20175, United States
Phone: +1-571-281-5800

For more information, please visit https://leesburg.villamontessoripreschool.com

Source: NewsNetwork

Release ID: 278772

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