Home

9800 Veronica Drive Windsor CA 95492

Now offering before and after care!

Montessori Fun Home Preschool

The perfect bridge between home and school

Montessori Fun Home Preschool is where your child will grow, learn, have fun, and make friends in a warm and welcoming environment with the guidance of experienced teachers. With only 12 children per day, we really get to know each child, and our families often form lasting friendships  with each other as well. Our goal is to empower children with social and academic skills, responsibility, confidence, respect for others, love for school and learning, and appreciation for our world and its beauty and balance.

✅ Fun Spanish classes every day
✅ Low student-teacher ratio (4:1)
✅ Mixed-age classroom
✅ Hands-on Learning
✅ Innovative Learning
✅ Large covered deck and double-gated play yard
✅ Same experienced trained teachers every day
✅ Half-day or full-day including Prek TK until 2:30 Before and after care available
✅ 2, 3, or 5 days per week

Now accepting applications for children ages 2½ to 5 years old.

Schedule a School Tour

Openings for children 2½ to 5 years old

Come see us for yourself! Please click on the button below to inquire

Schedule a School Tour

Giving Students the Best, So They Can Be Their Best

Montessori Fun Pre-School provides an enriched environment in which children are inspired to reach their highest potential. The Montessori philosophies foster a strong sense of community and respect for self, others, and the environment, which builds a strong academic foundation for a lifetime of learning.

Our goals at Montessori Fun include:

✅ Independence with responsibility – Children thrive with pride in their competence as they learn to work independently and responsibly put their work back when finished and care for their school environment

✅ Concentration –The child’s attention span develops as they learn to focus, fostering good study habits later.

✅ Coordination – Attractive, fun exercises that strengthen your child’s hand for writing and train the eye for reading are provided.

✅ Order – Our environment is based on order. Order leads to logical thinking for future math concepts, problem-solving, and decision making.

✅ Socialization – We provide a natural environment encouraging children to meet, interact, and make friends, with guidance when needed.

✅ Academic Growth – Academics are offered at an early age, with fun lessons. They enjoy learning with the beautiful and well-devised, hands-on Montessori materials. Concentration and focus are respected and encouraged.

✅ Emotional maturation – Our goal is that your child will develop a positive self-concept, competence with social and language skills, and a love of learning.

✅ Self-Control – Children work on developing their inner discipline and how to become responsible for their actions.

Our Mission

Our mission is to empower children with social and academic skills, responsibility, confidence, respect for others, love for school and learning, and appreciation for our world and its beauty and balance.

Location Map

The Montessori Curriculum- so much more than wooden toys!

Maria Tecla Artemisia Montessori; August 31, 1870 – May 6, 1952) was the first woman medical practitioner in Italy. She developed the rich and extensive academic curriculum with beautiful hands-on materials that is seen in Montessori Schools worldwide, serving infancy through high school.

Maria Montessori was a woman ahead of her time. She developed an amazing curriculum through respect, admiration, and countless hours of observation of children, their needs, and how they learn best. Each Montessori school around the world has its own style and is independently owned. Dr. Montessori has written many books and there is a lot of information available regarding her amazing teaching method and beautiful insightful learning materials available that are still invaluable today.

What are the basic elements of the Montessori Curriculum?

✅ Respect for the child: Children at a young age have great intellectual needs and capacity.

✅ Independence and responsibility: They choose activities and learn to finish the work cycle by returning them when finished ready for the next person. This is a solid base for study skills and lifelong good habits.

✅ “Hands-on” education: Children learn by doing, using real tools rather than pretending for example: learning to really sweep with a child-sized broom that works, instead of pretending to sweep.

✅ Montessori training requires a two-year curriculum including intensive class work, internship, and finals.

✅ Multi-age classroom benefits all ages with confidence, inspiration, nurturing, and responsibility.

✅ “Prepared Environment” enables children’s independence; the classroom is set up with the needs of each child  in mind. Freedom within limits offers age-appropriate opportunities for critical thinking.

✅ Learning manners: “Grace and Courtesy” are part of the curriculum. Respect for each other, the teachers, the materials, and the environment is part of the Montessori Curriculum

✅ Academics are offered at an early age, with fun lessons. They enjoy learning with the beautiful and well-devised, hands-on Montessori materials. Concentration and focus are respected and encouraged.

✅ With free choice of individual work jobs, the children always have their hands busy and the teacher is available to guide them and give individual and small group lessons.

✅ Love for school, respect, and learning is fostered with beautiful reality-based themes such as geography with beautiful puzzle maps, and awareness of nature, science, language, literature, art, music, outdoor play, and social skills, etiquette and languages.

Hear it from our parents!

“Wonderful school with a low student-to-teacher ratio. The Montessori curriculum has improved my daughter’s manners and to be respectful, and care about the environment. All while learning ABCs, numbers, and colors in English AND Spanish. Tour the school and experience this for yourself!”

Parent

“My number one choice for pre-school! We LOVE Montessori Fun. My oldest son, now 9, went there and my 4 year old son goes there now. We love the small student-teacher ratio and emphasis on pre-academics in a non-stressful, enjoyable way. The curriculum is true Montessori, with the children picking their “work” completing their activity and then putting it away. The kids learn independence and self-confidence by helping prepare for lunch, watering the garden, doing the dishes, etc. The teachers are fabulous, and we can’t wait to send our daughter there in a few years!”

Parent