We provide high quality education in a nurturing environment for infants through kindergarten.
Infants (2-12 months)
Toddlers (1-2 years)
Transition (2.5-3.5 years)
Primary (3-6 years)
Our Infant Program (2-12 months)
From the moment your child is born they begin to learn from their environment and those around them. At King Arthur we focus on creating a nurturing and loving atmosphere where your infant feels at home. The child’s first year of life is full of exciting developmental milestones from rolling over to standing up. Our loving and caring staff understands the value of providing one-on-one time with each infant, assisting them through their developmental stages. We understand how important routine is for each child, and work with parents to establish consistency between home and school. The acquisition of language and motor skills are a primary focus of growth for the child at this age. We provide daily floor time for large motor development, songs, picture books, and object lessons to fulfill these developmental needs.
Our Toddler Program (1-2 years)
Our young children are introduced to the Montessori environment gradually. Beginning at 12 months, the child is surrounded by Sensorial, Practical Life, Language, and Math exercises and manipulative materials designed to prepare the child for more abstract learning. Our Montessori certified teachers expose the children to rhyming activities, songs, chants, and good literature focusing on the child’s vocabulary development. A consistent routine of work is established with the purpose to guide and fulfill the needs children have at this age.
Our Learning Objectives:
Order in an environment and repetition of the exercises.
Respect, good manners, and social skills.
Care of personal cleanliness and toilet training when the child is ready.
Beginning ability to communicate with others.
Our Transition Program (2-3 years)
This is our transition program to prepare our toddlers to be successful in our primary program. The classroom environment is an extension of the toddler environment and intended to assist the child in reaching independence. A certified Montessori guide gives individual lessons in the areas of Practical Life, Sensorial, Language, Math, and Cultural on their level. Once these exercises and toilet training have been mastered the child is ready to advance to our primary classes.
Social skills and ability to communicate effectively with their peers.
Personal care and toilet training.
Basic concepts such as colors, shapes, numbers, and phonetic sounds.
Ability to maintain order of environment and control of ones self.
Our Primary Program (3-6 years)
Our Primary Program begins at age 3, once the child is using the bathroom independently and is ready for a more challenging environment. Our classrooms are multi-aged grouped allowing the younger students to learn from the older children. The older children practice what they have learned by assisting the younger ones. Our certified Montessori teachers facilitate the classroom activities allowing the children to work independently in the areas of Practical Life, Sensorial, Language, Math, and Cultural Studies. Each child is presented individual lessons in each of the five areas based on their personal needs and levels. Through repetition with the beautiful concrete materials the children master abstract concepts and build their intelligence. The children progress through each of the areas of the classroom at their own pace allowing them the opportunity to master the exercises. Our goal is to prepare each child to succeed in their next step of education.
Extra Curricular Programs
Our school curriculum includes enrichment classes in the areas of Spanish, music, computer, cooking, and yoga. The additional classes listed below are offered during the afternoon or after school program.
Ms. Cheri has been teaching dance for over 45 years. She has a B.S. in Dance and specialized in dance therapy. She has been teaching at Top Hats Dance Studio in Lewisville for over 35 years and has been teaching in schools since 1991. This program is a combination of ballet and tap for children 2.5 years old and up. The class meets once a week for 45 minutes. The dancers learn correct terminology, technique, and have the opportunity to perform a winter and spring recital. Ms. Cheri has a passion for working with children and would love for your child to sample a class if interested!
It’s never too early to start full STEAM ahead! This special Pre-STEAM Adventures session begins the journey and early exploration of STEAM topics for children at the Preschool and Kindergarten age. Simplified concepts from physics, chemistry, engineering, and biology abound -- snuggly nestled in the arts and humanities! Through a combination of guided demonstrations and fun, highly interactive, and hands-on activities, students will build a passion for discovery and begin to form an understanding of the connections between each topic of STEAM and the world we live in!
Ms. Nelly has been teaching Spanish at KAMA since she and her husband opened the school 10 years ago. She teaches the weekly Spanish classes included in the school curriculum where she gets to know the children in each class. She offers private Spanish classes in the afternoon for those seeking private tutoring to extend on what they learn in class as well as focusing on conversational Spanish. If you would like to enroll in private Spanish lessons please contact the school office to enroll.
More information coming soon!
Mimmie Coleman has been teaching gymnastics and movement in schools since 1998. She designs her program specifically for children ages 2.5 years to 6 years old. The classes are 45 minutes sessions once a week. This creative movement and fitness class combines stretching, tumbling, muscle building, balance skills, beam, and rhythm. If you are interested contact Mimmie or the KAMA office about sampling a class.
Amazing Athletes uses a multi-sport program to benefit children aged 2 ½ to 6 years physically, mentally, socially, and emotionally. Our program introduces the fundamentals of 10 different sports (soccer, hockey, volleyball, basketball, tennis, lacrosse, football, track and field, baseball, and golf) in a non-competitive environment. Children in Amazing Athletes routinely gain greater confidence, learn to combine fitness with fun, and develop 6 key motor skills: balancing, running, jumping, throwing, catching, and kicking.