• Cambridge Montessori School
    Cambridge Montessori School is dedicated to providing the highest quality Montessori education in Fort Bend County, with our Montessori Certified teachers and Montessori trained assistants. Our objective at CMS is to create an atmosphere that promotes a love of learning and to educate children to be caring, socially responsible citizens of their community and the world. We offer progressive educational programs from 12 months through 2nd grade as well as an After School program up through 5th grade.
  • CMS Mission
    Cambridge Montessori School encourages independent, self-directed learning not only for school, but for life, in a child-centered community valuing respect for others as well as in individual differences. We highly value our relationship with our children and our parents. CMS believes that strong communication and trust are key in sustaining a committed and supportive connection with our families.
  • CMS Philosophy
    Cambridge Montessori School seeks to educate the whole child, applying the Montessori philosophy, in a family-oriented environment. The philosophy is based on the principles of Dr. Maria Montessori (1870-1952) whose holistic vision of education focuses on the cognitive, social, emotional and physical needs of the child. For Dr. Montessori, and for CMS, education is preparation for life.
  • Montessori Methods
    The Montessori methods were first introduced in the early 1900's by Italian physician, Dr. Maria Montessori. Dr. Montessori wrote, “The most important period of life is not the age of university studies, but the first one, the period from Birth to the age of Six.” Montessori thought is that if we want self-directed children, we can not have teacher-directed classrooms. If the desired end product is independent thinking, the means must be independent learning. Therefore, the goal of early childhood education should not be to fill the child with facts from pre-selected courses of studies, but rather to cultivate his/her own natural desire to learn.

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With the close of such a memorable year, I feel the need to write a brief note thanking everyone for all they have done to support our program over the past nine months.

To the parents, I must express my deep gratitude for your being there and, most of all, for coming together as such a strong and caring community.

To the children, I cannot say how impressed I have been with all the hard work, good humor and wonderful times that have made this year pass by all too quickly.

Obviously, learning doesn’t stop when a student leaves school for the day or for the summer. Keep in mind the following tips to continue high levels of learning during summer vacation:
  1. Foster the expectation that summer is a time for learning. Ask your child what he/she would like to learn over the summer. It's also helpful if you are a role model for learning. Discuss with your children what you plan on learning this summer.
  2. Encourage reading by providing your children with plenty of books that interest them. Use school summer reading lists and library grade-level reading suggestions. Visit the library often and check out special summer events.
  3. Understand that any topic of interest to your child can be a source of learning.
  4. Car trips can evolve into math or geography lessons. Instead of answering the perennial kid question: "Are we there yet?" ask your children to estimate and calculate the travel time to a destination.
  5. For social studies learning, make day trips to local historical sites in your area.
  6. Try word games, including board games, such as Scrabble, crossword puzzles, and Sudoku to build vocabulary experiences.
  7. Sharpen your child's math skills by playing games with him or her that require computation, such as Monopoly or dominoes.
  8. Don't overlook the kitchen as a wonderful learning lab.
  9. Inspire your children to write about their summer learning experiences.
For those of you moving on, I wish only the best and hope that you will stay in touch. To the rest, I say have a summer filled with excitement and joy, and I will see you in the fall.

Sincerely,
Monica Sakhuja
Director

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