Providing AMI-Recognized Montessori Programs
for Elementary, Primary, and Toddlers since 2001
Dedicated to cultivating the whole child for intellectual, social and emotional growth
About Kinderhouse Montessori School
Since 2001, Kinderhouse Montessori has been providing top-quality, AMI-certified Montessori education in San Diego. We are committed to staying true to the methodology developed over a century ago by Dr. Maria Montessori and is based on the research and observations of the learning tendencies of children. The Montessori method takes place in a prepared environment and is structured to maximize a child’s independent learning and exploration. It offers a unique, natural approach that encourages children to follow their interests.
Located in San Diego in Sorrento Valley, all of Kinderhouse Montessori School’s head teachers hold AMI diplomas in addition to Bachelor’s degrees. Many teachers also have their Master’s in Education. Low student-to-teacher ratios allow teachers to work one-on-one with each child, support natural development, and spark interest. Our dedication to Montessori makes us more than just a daycare or child-care provider. Not only do we focus on the best care and safety, but also on guiding our students to academic success.
From a Kinderhouse Montessori Parent:
- Yogi Patel is a Very knowledgeable and disciplined educator and also a successful administrator. We joined our kid in Kinderhouse at 2.5 yrs age. From then onwards I was very much impressed by Yogi’s work-the way she ensures that the children have the best learning experience, and the successful way in incorporating the Montessori philosophy.
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Starting Fall 2017, we will be offering Mandarin-speaking Toddler and Primary programs.
Montessori Materials Flow
The Montessori Three-Year Cycle and the Importance of the Third Year
Positive Communication with Children
“What Did You Learn Today?” Encouraging Dialogue
A million things, great and small, have happened since your child came to school, so when you ask “What happened today?” they may be overwhelmed.