Our programs

Meadow View Learning offers private, mixed-age, Montessori education for grades ages 5-12.  The Montessori approach is a wonderful way to instill a love of learning, challenge gifted kids, as well as nurture kids with mild learning disabilities or high-functioning special needs. 

Our program also features:

  • Physical/sports activities on the expansive outside play area
  • Monthly activities and field trips to add new learning experiences as well as foster community
  • Choice of full-time (M-F 8:45am-3:00pm) or enrichment (1 day per week)

Our classes are held in Western Lincoln.  

In addition, Meadow View Learning will host activities and classes for parents, adults, and families.  There truly is something for everyone!  


What is Montessori?

The Montessori approach is based on self-directed activity, collaborative play, and hands-on learning.

Based on the work of Maria Montessori, the approach involves these key aspects:

  • Mixed-age classroom
  • A prepared environment designed for maximum learning and exploration
  • Small group lessons using hand-on materials and a comprehensive curriculum


Why a mixed-age classroom?

When children of different ages are together in one room, the younger kids have the opportunity to learn from the older ones. Often kids learn best from one another, and when a 6-year-old watches an 8-year-old work, they quickly understand what is expected and what kind of work lies ahead in their future. 

In this environment the older children have many opportunities to serve in leadership roles, cultivating skills that are critical as they become independent members of their communities.


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