Serving Toronto families for more than 40 years, our education experts offer standard-setting programs for infants, toddlers and pre-school children. We want children to be learners, to love to learn, to be part of a community of learners, and to grow into awesome adults who can make a difference in the world.

Reminder: Rainy Weather

Fall is sure to be rainy!  We go outside as often as we can, including in the rain, unless there is an extreme weather alert suggesting flood-like downpours.  Our playground has some covered areas in case of inclement weather.

Please remember that playing in the rain is fun and does not make children sick.

We ask that your child is appropriately dressed for all weather conditions.  Please have a raincoat, splash pants, rain hat or hood, waterproof mittens, and rain boots in your child’s cubby at all times.  As always, please ensure your child’s belongings are labeled with their name to avoid confusion.

Thank you for your help in having your child appropriately dressed for the weather conditions each day so they can fully enjoy the outdoors!


Latest Dispatches

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    Our Under 3 Montessori environment supports the need for children's sensorimotor development by providing a construction area filled with manipulative materials for a variety of construction uses. (Please click "view" to read more about the benefits of building activities on children's development.)

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    Snack in the Under Two Classroom

    The children in our Under 2 classroom are invited to share a snack at our child-sized table and chairs, building their social skills, grace and courtesy. Age appropriate dishes and utensils are used to help with self-serving and self-feeding, aiding in the growth of the children's confidence and abilities. (Please click on "view" to see more photos and information.)

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    French Class

    The Casa children participate in a weekly French class with our French teacher, Cheeba. With the aid of a variety of songs, poems, flash cards and power point presentations, the children interactively learn how to count and expand their French vocabulary. (Please click on "view" to read more about French class and to find out some of the children's favourite French songs.)

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    Back to School!

    Preliminary activities in Casa can include rolling and unrolling a mat, carrying a tray, tucking in a chair, walking on a line, and sorting objects into categories. Reviewing the customs and preliminary activities are a foundation for the day-to-day harmonious function of the classroom. We look forward to another great year in Casa! (Please click on "view" to see more photos and information!)