How To Choose A School – Why Parents Choose Inspire Kids Montessori

How To Choose A School – Why Parents Choose Inspire Kids Montessori


We chose to bring our kid to Inspire Kids
Montessori because the teaching staff is very dedicated to our child’s development. I actually
have two kids. One still here at Inspire Kids Montessori, the other one is Aiden. We like
Montessori because it allows my kid to learn really really fast. My two boys Brian is kind
of energetic to a degree of being over active. Howard is a little bit on the slower side
in terms of development, so I’m glad that the teachers here were able to develop a different
approach toward their development. I visited probably 5 or 6 local schools. A lot of them
are really chaotic and when I walked into IKM, all the kids were in their place, doing
their working studying words, learning to read, doing math and I thought that’s the
environment that I wanted my child to have. I love Montessori education, I love the environment
here and sure my daughter Ivy loves the teachers here. We wanted something more than just a
daycare, so this was a way where he could kind of gain more independence and build his
social skills. Him being an old child, we really wanted him to be with other kids his
age and older so he could develop social skills at an early age. His teacher in the toddler
school was from Guatemala and we wanted a bilingual education for him and she spoke
in Spanish to him the whole time. Now he has a teacher from Mexico. And the diversity of
the kids in the class too. I know two of his good friends are Chinese too. and just a lot
of diversity with culture is a big part of it. She does a lot of rhymes, she can say
colors, numbers, she is very good around kids these days. Previously, you know she’s the
first kid so she use to be at home, not interacting with other kids, but now you know I see a
lot of confidence in the way she interacts with kids. She’s 5 years old, she reads fully.
That sign says this, what does your shirt say, the thirst for knowledge is really there.
My son who is 2 and a half in the toddler program, he can do everything independently
but well. He gets himself dressed at two and a half, he feds himself, and puts things away,
it’s amazing. He is so much more a head of other children his age. Within a few days
he was already walking fully, running really and you can just see he absolutely loves it
here, so we absolutely love it. He picks his put things away it’s it’s amazing he is
so much more ahead of other children his age within a few days he was already
walking fully running really and you can just see he absolutely loves it here
so absolutely love it. He picks his own own wardrobe everyday and he just speaks really
well. You know people understand him, he know his full alphabet, he can count in both English
and Spanish, just things that I don’t think I could have probably taught him on my own.
So things that he definitely gets from coming here. I was really impressed with how clean
the facility was, and all the teachers were really really caring. What was amazing about
it is he didn’t know he was actually studying, he just thought he was playing, so he just
loved learning and he still does love learning and I think that’s because of the Montessori.
He tested 99 percent tile in math last year so he in gifted class all day. To me safety
was very important for you know preschoolers. After seeing you know his improvement and
his growth and what he learned, we decided to enroll our daughter too. Im glad we made
that decision. All the teachers that we have had so far are wonderful. If they’re looking
for a place that is safe, a place that encourages learning, exploration, this will be the place.
Anyone looking for a great school should look into IKM. I’ve already recommended multiple
parents to Inspire Kids Montessori. This school has it all. I definitely recommend bring your
children to Inspire Kids Montessori because of the clean and educational environment that
you’re going to get here. You’re not gonna find a higher dedication to the children’s
development as a whole anywhere else that you’ll find. It’s fun. Cus it’s fun, learning
made fun, that’s what they should call the school.

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