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Primary/Kindergarten Program

Primary Program (3-6 years)


Lectura's approach to educating primary and kindergarten children is developed from Maria Montessori's principle  to cultivate a level of independence, responsibility, respect and love of learning in the child. The curriculum at Lectura is unique in its approach to education because it blends various teaching techniques to enrich each child's school experience.


Children in our primary program can expect to develop skills in the following areas:

  • Practical Life

  • Sensorial 

  • Mathematics

  • Language Immersion (Spanish)

  • Geography / Social Studies

  • History

  • Science

  • Creative Art

  • Music and Movement


We place an emphasis on providing an environment that encourages young learners to become fluent readers in English and Spanish.  They naturally work within all of the areas of the Montessori curriculum and programs while speaking Spanish.


Primary/Kindergarten Curriculum

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Lectura offers programs for children ages 3 to 6. The classrooms are comprised of mixed groups following the Montessori philosophy.


Our curriculum program includes these components:


Practical Life/Everyday Living Program

Goal:  To help children care for themselves and their environment.


Sensorial Program

Goal:  To refine sensory experiences and their ability to observe, compare, discriminate (visually, auditorily, tactilely, gustatorily, and olfactorily), reason, decide and problem solve.


Language Program

Goal:  To develop reading and writing readiness that lead to reading and writing in English and Spanish ( auditory, visual, and motor preparation, whole language and phonics.


Math Program

Goal:  To develop exactness, concreteness, logic, reasoning, problem solving and decision making.  Children progress from an concrete to an abstract understanding of quantity and symbols.


Science Program

Goal:  To develop active scientific investigation, experimentation and discovery.


Social Studies/Geography Program

Goal:  To learn about the physical and cultural world and to appreciate its diversity.


Art Program

Goal:  To develop visual creativity of children through exploration of various art and craft media.


Music and Movement Program

Goal:  To distinguish rhythm, pitch, timbre, intensity, form, cultural origination of music and fine and gross motor skills.

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Daily Schedule

Daily Schedule

Lectura Montessori promotes a balanced daily educational routine for our students. Our daily schedule provides an environment that exposes students to both Spanish and English languages daily. This method allows our students exposure to both languages developing bi-lingual learners. Fluent Spanish is spoken during our morning session and English in the afternoon.


By immersing these languages into our daily program, the students native language is nurtured and non-native language speakers are developed.

Daily Programs

Full Day (8:00a.m. - 3:00p.m.)


A.M. Extended Day (7:00a.m.-8:00a.m.)


P.M. Extended Day (3:00p.m.-6:00p.m.)


Extensive Reading Program in Spanish and English (Daily)


Extracurricular Activities (Times Vary)

  • Art Program

  • Yoga Program

  • Piano Lessons


Summer Programs (June through August)

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Primary/Kindergarten Tuition

In an effort to maintain a quality eductional program and the financial stability of Lectura Montessori School, we require all enrolling families to complete the entire ten (10) month school year per our Parent Contract Agreement. Families that enroll mid-year are required to complete the duration of the academic school year. 


Tuition payments are assessed as one annual fee or ten monthly installments.


All tution payments are due the first day of every month. Late payments will be assessed a fee.


Please click the links below for our Preschool/Kindergarten Tuition Scale.

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