Mixed Ages Group Classes


These classes are characterized by order, simplicity and aesthetics in order to meet the needs of the child. The focus of the environment is on fostering basic trust in the child in an environment where the adult is caring, respectful and responsive to the toddler’s physical, emotional and psychological needs. It conveys the message of unconditional love and acceptance.

Montessori Bilingual Academy of Rockledge, provides a warm, energetic, educational home. The child will acquire a love for learning, which will ultimately help them achieve their full potential. Our goal is to inspire children to be social, caring, and responsible human beings. Our classrooms are prepared with highly qualified Montessori certified teachers. The multi-age classrooms allow for children to learn from one-another, work as a team and learn to collaborate together. 


Language –

Primary focus at this age level is language enrichment. A vast exploration of language is done in this age group where students explore language through their senses. They will start to develop spoken language and learn how to communicate with others. We support these milestones through books, songs, poems, and language materials. All activities are aimed to support new vocabulary and encourage open communication. Dual-Immersion in Spanish is also implemented daily, and children will hear, recognize and learn both languages simultaneously.

Practical Life –

In the Montessori Classroom the child has the ability to choose work themselves, they are able to complete purposeful tasks found in the real-world. In the Practical Life Curriculum, children are taught every day jobs such as: cleaning (sweeping, dusting, dusting, washing, polishing), gardening (caring for plants, nature, and the environment). Practical Life helps the child gain independence and allows for self sufficiency. Children gain self-confidence by completing their work independently, and master the skills to successfully complete the tasks.

Motor Skill & Problem Solving –

In the Montessori Classroom, each child is evaluated and a curriculum is adapted specifically for them. We believe each child is their own individual person and must be treated as so. We develop an appropriate curriculum based on the child’s development, and formulate it to meet their basic needs and standards. We develop activities for the child to understand cause and effect, make choices, solve problems and pursue goals. All activities also focus on the fine and large motor skills.

Toilet Independence –

When children begin showing signs of interest and readiness, an educator will advise the parent of the observation. Together a plan of action will be discussed to obtain a pressure-free approach, and achieve ultimate independence for your child.

Education of the senses-

In this age group, the whole curriculum is based on educating the senses and forming neural connections through exploring the world through their senses. 

Grace and Courtesy –

We strive for every child to learn and understand the importance of respect, consideration, grace and courtesy. Mixed age groups allow for the child to communicate with others, to learn from others, and to collaborate together. Our educators will show the child courteous interactions, instead of constantly correcting the child’s behavior. These interactions are ultimately imitated by the child.


…the child, who can now walk and feels confident of his strength, begins to notice the actions of those about him, and tries to do the same things. In this period he imitates not because someone has told him to do so, but because of a deep inner need which he feels. –MARIA MONTESSORI


1 year to 2.5 years old class- 

We offer 3 different options for your child:

Half-Day Program: 8:30 AM to 11:30 AM

Full-Day Program: 8:30 AM to 2:30 PM

Extended-Day Program: 7:00 AM to 5:30 PM

5 Day program, 3 Day Program (Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday), 2 Day Program (Thursday, Friday)


2.5-3.5 Years Old Class-

5 Day Program 

With mixed-age groups, the younger children learn to observe, imitate, and learn from the older children. In return, the older children build confidence in their knowledge, develops leadership skills, and obtains a sense of belonging. 

The classroom is composed of work or materials, but not toys. They will develop independence, self-confidence, self-esteem and a love for learning. All the work materials are placed at a child’s level. It attributes a sense of belonging, ownership, and autonomy. The classroom has a sense of inner peace, children work better in an environment where noise-level is limited allowing for further concentration for their work. 

All work is based on concrete learning. The child learns through the exploration of their senses, and hands-on materials. Presentation of materials will be taught daily, until the child has mastered their lesson. Children learn from repetition and will correct their own errors, instead of relying on others. This allows the children to have self-confidence and increase their desire to learn. 


3-6 Years Old Class-

5 Day Program 

This is a 3 year program. It allows the older children (Kindergartners) to become the leaders, mentors, helpers, and role models to the younger children. Therefore the younger children, admire the older children and successfully learn from their peers.

Practical Life –

Allows the child to successfully complete complex activities that must be performed in order to achieve results. It allows the child to comprehend and execute functioning skills. Allows for concentration, and it prepares the child for writing by strengthening the hand and wrist. The child will comprehend problem-solving which is the foundation of creative expression, including science, math, programming, writing, art, engineering, and athletics.

Sensorial –

Provides didactic material aiding the child’s exploration of certain aspects of the environment such as: dimension, color, texture, temperature, length, shape, etc. Allows for the child to arrange, classify and describe the impressions of the surrounding world. 

Mathematics –

Consists of a progression of manipulative materials which begin with concrete and finishes with abstract concepts. This assists the child in comprehending concepts of numbers, symbols, operations, sequencing and memorization of basic facts.

Language –

Allows for oral language development and nomenclature. Understanding the phonetic sounds of the letters, building words and soon to be sentences with pre-cut letters. Able to express oneself through writing, basic grammar and literature. 

 Cultural Activities –

Including art, geography, zoology, botany, history, music leads to an overall richness in the Montessori Curriculum.









“Montessori is an education for independence, preparing not just for school, but for life”

Dr. Montessori