Little Oak Montessori School provides Montessori curriculum for children of 2.5 to 6 years of age. We offer full-day program at 2 locations in Vancouver. We are committed to working with families to support the image of the child as capable individual and full of potential. We adhere to Montessori pedagogical standards to ensure our school offers programs that nurture the children’s natural tendency, allow for individuality, foster independence, build a sense of community and spark passion for life-long learning.
Little Oak Montessori is committed to working with families to support the image of the child as a capable individual and full of potential. We believe that each child is unique and children differ in their strengths, capabilities, and interests. We are dedicated to providing an enriched environment that inspires and nurtures children’s natural love of learning as a life-long process.
We show respect for the child by recognizing each child’s unique strength, capability, and developmental needs. We create opportunities for children to value the similarities they share and appreciate the differences among individuals. We guide children to engage meaningful learning experiences by following their interests and being mindful of others and their environment.
Early childhood is the most significant stage for children to learn vital information about their world. We strive to deliver a quality program that implements the Montessori Method to provide a safe, nurturing and engaging environment that promotes the optimum growth of children’s physical, cognitive, social and emotional development.
We seek opportune moment to empower children to make choices and problem solve, so children have the opportunities to take risks, practice, make mistakes, develop coordination skills, express feelings, become resilient, foster independence and build self-confidence.
We integrate wellness throughout our program by promoting health and nutrition, etiquette, physical fitness, positive friendships, social competence, self-regulation, empathy, critical thinking, and parent communication. How well children will develop depends on their physical, social and emotional well-being in their early years.