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After School Montessori Language Program

The Montessori language curriculum is a great way to teach your children the basics of communication. It is designed to help them. Learn phonics, letter sounds, phonograms, and develop children’s reading skills through a variety of activities and games. he best part about the Montessori curriculum is that it can be customized to meet the needs of each individual child. If you are looking for a way to give your child a head starts in language learning, ELAMB Montessori language curriculum is just what you need.

Montessori language activities and materials are designed to promote a love of learning and encourage communication and self-expression in children. In the Montessori classroom, children could engage in many different language activities, both individually and in groups. These activities help them to develop their communication skills and expand their vocabulary.

Spoken language

Spoken language is an important part of the Montessori curriculum. Montessori classrooms provide a rich environment for spoken language development with a variety of materials and opportunities for practice.

Written language

Written language is another key area of focus in the Montessori classroom. Children are exposed to a wide range of writing materials from an early age, they also learn how to read what they have written.

Listening comprehension

Listening comprehension is another important skill that children develop through the Montessori language curriculum. They learn how to listen carefully to others and understand what they are saying. This includes following directions, participating in conversations, and understanding stories that are read aloud


of Montessori Language Curriculum

One of the key features of Montessori language teaching is the use of multi-sensory materials. These materials, which include things like sandpaper letters and movable alphabet blocks, help children to understand the concepts behind the words they are learning.

Another important feature is the use of repetition and practice. In Montessori classrooms, children often hear new words and phrases multiple times before they are asked to use them themselves. This helps them to internalize the new language and makes it more likely that they will remember it when they need to use it.

The Montessori language also places a strong emphasis on real-world communication. Children in Montessori classrooms are encouraged to use the language they are learning in authentic ways, such as during conversations with their classmates or while playing games. This helps them to see the value in what they are learning and motivates them to continue developing their skills.


of the Montessori Language

1. Montessori language activities are designed to be stimulating and engaging, which helps to promote language acquisition.

2. The Montessori approach emphasizes hands-on learning, which is beneficial for developing language skills.

3. The Montessori curriculum is designed to encourage communication and interaction between children, which helps to develop social and communication skills.

4. The Montessori approach encourages children to use their imaginations and be creative, which can help to develop language skills.

5. The Montessori curriculum is flexible and can be adapted to meet the individual needs of each child, which is beneficial for promoting language development.

Certificated Montessori Teachers

· Bilingual Teacher (English and French)
· Montessori Certified teacher
· More than twenty years of Montessori school teaching experience
· Head Montessori Directress
· Teach enhanced and individualized curriculum based on children’ needs.

Ms. Anne K.

· MACTE Montessori teacher
· Professional and experienced Montessori CASA teacher
· French Language Certificate
· More than 8 years of solid experience in teaching French
· Highly skilled in classroom management and engagement, child observations, curriculum development, creating interactive lessons

Ms. Bahareh Z.

· TEFL and TESOL certified teacher
· Bachelor of Principles and Methods of Language Education
· Innovated, inspiring, and fun classroom management
· Dedicated ESL teacher
· Help children to build their love for the English language in an encouraging manner

Ms. Allison M.

· OCT Teacher
· Certified Montessori Teacher
· Registered Early Educator (RECE)
· Years of practicing had shaped her philosophy in teaching
· Support children's education through inquiry-based learning as well as through a child-centered approach, where children's curiosity drives their development.

Ms. Sally Y.

· Montessori CASA Training
· Montessori Elementary Training
· 20 years of private school teaching experience
· Lesson Planning Expertise
· Student Motivation
· Special Education

Ms. Nargess R.


When most people think of language learning, they think of sitting in a classroom and memorizing grammar rules and vocabulary. Montessori language learning is different. It is based on the idea that children are natural language learners and that they can learn a language best by using it in everyday life. They learn by speaking and listening to the new language. This allows them to develop a strong foundation in the new language and makes it more likely that they will be able to use it in real-world situations.

The Montessori language curriculum is designed for children ages 2.5-7.

The Montessori language curriculum is offered both online and in-person. If you choose the online option, you will be able to access the curriculum from anywhere in the world. The in-person option is offered at our locations in Newmark ON.


French is one of our official languages in Canada. French Immersion schools can be found in many provinces. At eLamb Academy, based on our students’ ages and school types, we have divided our French classes into three categories: French Foundation, Core French and French Immersion. All curricula are based and developed from Ontario French Curriculum. We foster students’ French study interests and enhance students’ overall French skills.