Homeschool Support and Instruction
As teachers in a Montessori private school, we felt the effects of COVID 19 starting in the middle of March 2022. Our school shut down and as we transitioned to online learning, we continued to provide quality education to our students. The beginning of this school year brought many difficult decisions, including whether to return to in-person teaching or not. We feel that the safest, most responsible choice is to continue to provide quality on-line education for students whose families are at risk. Families who choose to keep their children home may feel overwhelmed with the responsibility of educating their own children. We feel that with our teaching experience, we can provide guidance and assistance through interactive, live sessions that work for each family’s needs.
What We Offer & More:
- Free Consultations
- Flexible Schedule
- Individualized Work Plans
- Engaging Hands On Activities
- Interactive Live Learning
Includes access to an experienced Montessori teacher Monday-Friday 9am-4pm (EST) via Google Classroom and Zoom. The homeschool support schedule is structured to mirror a typical day in a Montessori classroom. The work cycles are times when students work on their individual work plans independently, while the teacher is available to them for guidance and support. The community meetings are times when the class meets live on Zoom and the teacher facilitates group lessons, stories, share time and community dialogue. Individual work plans will include Language Arts, Math, Science and Cultural Subject Areas.
Schedule for Homeschool Support
9-10am — Morning Work Cycle–Teacher is available for individual support
10am-11am — Morning Community Meeting–Live, interactive group lessons
11am–12pm — Morning Work Cycle–Teacher is available for individual support
12pm-1pm — Lunch break/Recess
1pm-2pm — Afternoon Community Meeting
2pm-4pm — Afternoon Work Cycle
4:30-5:30 — Afterschool Enrichment Studios–not included, must register separately
Please fill out the form below to contact us about scheduling a free home school consultation 🙂
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- Internet Connection
- Open Mind & Big Heart
Rachel began teaching at the preschool level and earned a CDA from NOVA Southeastern University. Later, she completed her Masters of Arts and Teaching from the University of Phoenix. She started working in a Montessori school at the Lower Elementary level. She completed her Montessori teacher training at the Seacoast Center for Montessori Studies for ages 6-9 years old. She was a Lead Montessori teacher of a Lower Elementary classroom for 7 years.