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We help your children develop their logical, creative and social skills in an independent space.

As a family-owned pre-school running for over 35 years, Montessori School House offers up to 3000 sq ft of space for your child to learn, play, and grow. In our pre-school, we take temperature checks every morning and create checklists and enhanced cleaning schedules for the ease of daily operations. We have limited spots available for children from ages 3 to 6. Call us now to book a tour.

Structured Learning in a Fun Environment

At Montessori School House B & G Ltd, our services go beyond simple daycare. We believe in creating a structured learning environment while also encouraging our students to become independent by letting them make their own choices. The structured learning helps children get a real sense of routine with their program while the open exploration allows them to learn to think for themselves.

We feel it’s important to incorporate a curriculum early on into your child’s education. Monday through Friday our staff members lead comprehensive classes including phonics and number skills. Friday is play and craft day at the school – children have different creative options to choose from in an independent environment.

The Importance of Nutrition for Young Children

Montessori School House B & G Ltd requests parents to pack and send nutritious lunch and snack for their child. The school provides wholesome milk during the meal. Good food habits that are introduced early on leads to healthy living. We follow the Montessori food and nutrition guidelines. Please keep us informed about foods that can cause allergies to your child. Canada’s food guide has categorized four groups from which you can pick and pack for your child.

Nutritious food

Vegetables and Fruit

  • Sandwiches made with tomato, cucumber, grated carrot or lettuce 

  • Homemade vegetable soup

  • Carrot sticks, celery sticks and cucumber slices

  • Grated carrot and raisin salad

  • Pure fruit and low salt vegetable juices

  • Fresh, frozen or dried fruit without added sugar

  • Fruit canned in juice

Grain Products

Choose lower fat whole grain muffins, crackers, noodles, biscuits and other baked items for snack options.

Milk Products

  • Low fat cheese slices or cubes

  • Hot soup made with milk 

  • Plain yoghurt (used as a dip for vegetables)

  • Milk or fortified soy beverage

Meat Options and Alternatives

  • Meat, fish, chicken, turkey or egg fillings in a sandwich

  • Chicken leg, boiled egg or tofu

  • Stew, meatballs

  • Lentil soup or baked beans

  • Hummus, black bean dip

  • Nuts and seeds

Make Lunch an Interesting Meal

One of the best ways to get your child to have lunch at school is to involve him or her when packing or even cooking it.

Planning ahead can also make it easier for you. Let’s say you’re making dinner that can also make a good lunch option for your child. Make a little extra and refrigerate it to use within the next one or two days. 

Sandwiches are one of the easiest foods you can pack for your child’s lunch. If you’re packing a sandwich, try cutting it into shapes that your child will be delighted to see. To keep food warm, use a thermos. 

Please review our program schedule and call us at 780-438-2102 if you have any questions.

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