Montessori Curriculum

The most crucial period of a child's life is from birth to age of six where cognitive, social, language and motor skills are mostly developed. At Princeton, we offer a Montessori enriched environment, with a variety of activities and learning materials to infants from the ages 6 weeks to Preschool and Kindergarten, to provide the greatest stimulations to the young minds. Our skilled and competent teachers are dedicated to offer a firm foundation in discovering an early enthusiasm for education.

Montessori Language Materials

We teach students to read using fun and easy Montessori language materials such as sandpaper letters, movable alphabet, object cards and boxes. Our Montessori methodology begins with the teachings of phonetic sounds of each letter to building words with the moveable alphabet to mastering reading sentences.


At Princeton mathematical concepts are presented with conceptual materials. Therefore, math becomes a vibrant and interesting new dimension. The Montessori math materials allow a young child to easily grasp the values of abstract numbers. A child is thought to count using a unit, a ten-bar, a one hundred square, and a thousand cube. This is also the child’s first introduction to the decimal system.


Young children have heightened senses for color, size, shape, texture and sound aiding psychological and neurological development. Thus, our Montessori sensorial materials provide the base for children to effectively learn, stimulating, and enhance their young minds.


Dr. Montessori wrote, "A child works to create the person they will become. An adult works to perfect the environment, but a child works to perfect them self" At Princeton, we value every aspect of a child; and provide the environment to enhance their practical functions.


We are enrolling kids from Diamond Bar, Rowland Heights, Walnut, Chino Hills, Pomona, San Dimas & Chino.