A Montessori program focuses on key developmental goals in kids between the ages of three and five-years-old. Please call us on+1 905-534-5200 or visit http://angusglenmontessori.com/ #PreSchoolMarkham #AngusGlenMontessori #MontessoriSchoolMarkham
Are you thinking of enrolling your child in a Montessori? Do you want to know at what age should kids be enrolled in a preschool? If you have any questions related to your child schooling then you should visit our school in person or call our office at 905 534 5200 to get more information. You can also visit our official website at http://angusglenmontessori.com #PreSchoolMarkham #AngusGlenMontessori #MontessoriSchoolMarkham
If you are considering #AngusGlenMontessori for your child's Montessori or Preschool education then you should plan an immediate visit to the school by calling the office 905 534 5200 or you can get more idea by visiting following link. http://angusglenmontessori.com #PreSchoolMarkham #AngusGlenMontessori #MontessoriSchoolMarkham
The Pre-Casa program at the Montessori School of Sudbury integrates children into the Casa program and is offered to children 18 to 30 months of age. Please get more information by visiting http://angusglenmontessori.com/programs/pre-casa-program
At #AngusGlenMontessori we understand that a child’s early years have so much potential. Serving #children 2½ through #kindergarten we focus on helping children understand who they are and preparing them for what’s next in the life. Please call us on+1 905-534-5200 or visit http://angusglenmontessori.com/ #PreSchoolMarkham #MontessoriSchoolMarkham
The most essential phase of life is not the age of college studies but the first one that you have attained from birth to the age of six. Please call us on+1 905-534-5200 or visit http://angusglenmontessori.com/programs/infant-program/ #Montessorischool
Ontario parents 'shocked' by new summer camp age rules
Thousands of parents may have to re-evaluate their summer child-care plans because of a new Ontario regulation that says children must be at least four years old before they can attend summer day camps without early childhood educators.