We are a small family owned and operated school located in the Historic Ryan Place Neighborhood.

901 Page Avenue Fort Worth, TX 76110

817-920-7767

Mon - Fri 7 a.m. - 6 p.m.

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Our Technique

Love and Logic is a way of working with children that puts parents and teachers back in control, teaches children to be responsible, and prepares young people to live in the real world, with its many choices and consequences.

Our Staff

The staff at Angel Montessori strives to develop children's positive attitude toward learning, combined with high self-esteem, confidence and independence.

a Our Difference

We offer a specifically planned, stimulating environment which affords children the opportunity to develop foundational habits, attitudes, skills, and ideas necessary for a lifetime of creative thinking and learning.

Outdoor Exploration

Outdoor play is a regular part of the school routine. We encourage active fun with the use of tricycles, climbing structures, balls, and imaginative games.</p> <p>Our outdoor area is filled with trees, flowers and classroom planter boxes. Children have the opportunity to dig for earthworms and enjoy birds, butterflies and the children's favorite - rolly polly bugs!

Music and Movement

We feel that music and movement are essential parts of an early childhood curriculum. Children at our school participate in Little Music Maker activities. These activities are research-based and support children's developing tonality and rhythm. Children learn songs, instrumental play, and movement activities throughout the day.

Artistic Expression

In early childhood, art should emphasize the process, and not the end product. We strive to maintain the joy a child finds in creating something of his or her own. In our school community, children are given the freedom to explore their imagination through a variety of art media.

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We believe the goal of early childhood education should not be to fill your child with facts, but rather to cultivate your child’s own natural desire to learn. We offer 5 classes for ages 6 weeks months to 5 years.

Angel Montessori offers two tuition options based on the calendar your choose for your child. Tuition Option 1 has fewer days off in the school year. Tuition Option 2 has more days off in the school year. Contact us today to schedule a tour!

Our Classrooms

Infants
6 weeks – 12 months

LittleToddlers
12 months – 20 months

Toddler
20 months – 2.5 years

Transition
2.5 years – 3.5 years

Primary
3.5 years – 5 years

Parent Involvement

In the Montessori program, parent involvement is considered crucial.

Parents are the link between the home and the school. Our philosophy is to maintain continuity between the the school and home through the participation of parents. We have multiple parent activities to build this continuity, including classroom observations, parent education events, holiday events, and parent-teacher conferences.

Parent involvement is greatly appreciated in our school community. We are grateful for the parental time that is donated to running and improving your child’s school.

Preschool for the Soul

We believe the goal of early childhood education should not be to fill your child with facts, but rather to cultivate your child's own natural desire to learn.

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Family Connections

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The Angel Montessori Way

Our teachers foster the desire to learn through the following areas:

In this area, children develop coordination and motor skills while experiencing everyday activities. They become confident while learning good work habits.

Since young children take in their world through their senses, this area helps children distinguish, categorize, and relate new information.

In the Montessori classroom, children learn the phonetic sounds of letters before they learn the alphabetical names in sequence. They are encouraged to explore books to find answers to their questions.

Since young children take in their world through their senses, this area helps children distinguish, categorize, and relate new information.

Children learn common land formations, such as islands and peninsulas. Large wooden puzzle maps are used for children to learn countries, climates, and products.

Math is learned through discovery rather than by verbal instruction. Children have tangible items to move as they learn to count. Montessori develops an early enthusiasm for the world of numbers. 

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