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Welcome to Brighten Montessori

Prepare your children for their brightest future. Brighten Montessori is designed to allow children to work harmoniously, solve their own problems, and create a thirst for work and knowledge in a beautifully cared for environment.  We believe in giving children the opportunity to explore in a way that sparks their needs and interests in order to develop a love of learning.  Using hands on manipulatives, concrete concepts are created as children engage in jobs that support self-correction. We want to nurture the emotional, intellectual, physical, and social development of each child.


Daily Schedule

Our Hours of Operation are 7:00am-5:00pm. 

Welcome Time 

Good Morning Circle 

Work Time

Snack Time


Outside Time

Music/Story Circle


Clean-Up/Bathroom/Transition to Nap

Nap Time

Work Time for Non-Nappers


Snack Time

Outside Time

Art Time

Goodbye Time

**Additional naps and feeding times will be included in infants/wobblers' day.



Our Staff

Here to Help Our Students Grow



6 weeks - 12 months


2-3 year olds


12 months -
24 months


3-6 year olds

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Tuition & Fees

Please call for Tuition and Fee Information

Kids Painting

Classroom Areas


In the Language area children are exposed to various types of phonetic awareness activities to build a strong literary foundation. Montessori. Language activities are designed to improve a child's vocabulary, listening skills for common sounds, and differentiating between objects and pictures


Practical Life

Dive right into class with one of our expert teachers. Rather than just listening, memorizing, and repeating facts, this class has students discovering, analyzing, and learning from experience. Our goal as educators is to spur our students’ curiosity, and allow them to learn at their own pace. Get in touch with us to learn more, or better yet- come by one of our classes and experience it first-hand.

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Sensorial activity focuses on one important quality such as color, weight, shape, size, texture, sound or smell. Sensorial activities develop the senses of perception and discrimination for exploring and noticing small differences in patterns as well as fine motor function development in the hands.



The Math area of the Montessori classroom encompasses the use of concrete materials for the recognition of numbers and the recognition of quantity as well. Each activity isolates a particular concept and integrates with other activities to form a strong foundation for further exploration.



Sensorial exploration and experimentation is key as children learn about the natural world. Through the study of Botany, the children learn about plants so that they may appreciate nature in a more organic way. The study of Zoology shows children animals from all around the world. Basic skills of science, including measuring, comparing, classifying, and keen observing, are carefully prepared and practiced.



Studying Geography allows the children the opportunity to understand their own culture as well as many others. The children can relate and understand cultural diversity and ultimately come to appreciate differences between humankind. Puzzles and maps are used to explore the continents of our world, the countries of each continent, and the states of our own country.


Montessori materials teach through hands on learning, spontaneous engagement, active involvement, and self-directed activity. Montessori materials have a control of error inherent in their design. This allows children to work independently, unafraid to make mistakes, and to become comfortable with the fact errors are essential to the process of learning. While making independent choices and exploring concepts largely on their own, Montessori students construct their own sense of individual identity. They become independent and confident individuals.

The child is fundamentally motivated to learn. In a Montessori classroom, children don’t work for grades or external rewards, nor do they complete assignments given to them by their teachers. Children learn because they are interested in things and in gaining an understanding of the world around them. 

Ever since 2017, Brighten Montessori has been providing students with a rich and diverse learning environment. Our unparalleled teaching methods help to launch students into the successful future they have always dreamed of. We always encourage both staff and students to grow, learn and create each passing day.


2023/2024 Yearly Calendar

Labor Day: September 4th

First Day of School: September 5th

Veteran's Day: November 10th

Thanksgiving Holiday: November 22nd-24th

Winter Break: December 20th-January 3rd

Martin Luther King Jr. Day: January 15th

President's Day: February 19th

Spring Break: March 25th-29th

Memorial Day: May 27th

Summer Break: June 17th-21st

4th of July Holiday: July 3rd -5th

In Service Week: August 26th-30th

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Brighten Montessori's 2023/2024 Immunization Rates


Is Your Child Ready for Montessori Preschool?

The classroom at Brighten Montessori is designed for children between the ages of 3 and 6, to promote independence and a love of learning all within a structured environment. All children are different, and some are developmentally ready before others, regardless of their age. The following are a few examples of behaviors a child must display in order to demonstrate that they are developmentally ready to begin our school:

*Able to sit at circle time and listen to stories and engage in activities. A child who is not ready will not be able to attend to group situations, sit for stories, participate in game, etc. 
*Will allow teachers to show him/her how to use the activities on the shelf. A child who is developmentally too young will not be able to wait, to watch, and to take in the process for doing work. 
*Will take suggestions from the teacher of work for which he/she is ready. A child who is not ready will pull way from the teacher when she takes his/her hand, or will display an unwillingness to go with the teacher by lying on the floor, running away, etc.
*Able to complete the work cycle. Take work out, complete the work, and put it away or at least be willing to let the teacher help him/her with these things. Children who are not developmentally ready for this type of classroom will take many activities out, work on them for only a very short time without completing anything, and them move on to something else without putting the previous activities away. 
*Able to follow simple directions like lining up, washing hands, putting a coat on to go outside, etc. They don't have to be able to complete these tasks perfectly, but they must be willing to listen to instruction on how to do these things and begin to follow the directions. 
*Willing to participate in our toilet routine. All children must be potty-trained to begin at Brighten Montessori. Your child needs to be willing to sit on the toilet when asked and be able to communicate when he/she needs to go. We will help in the bathroom until it can be done on their own. 
*Able to appropriately communicate needs to the teacher and other children. Children who aren't ready will just cry and/or whine when they need something and will be very frustrated in an environment that is not meeting their needs. 

When considering the acceptance of a child at Brighten Montessori we are obligated to consider not just the readiness of the individual child, but also the needs of the whole classroom. Children who are not ready for this environment take an extraordinary amount of the teacher's time, to the detriment of the classroom. We want every child to be happy in the classroom, which is why he or she needs to be developmentally ready for the experience.


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28900 SW Villebois Dr Ste 1004 Wilsonville OR United States 97070



(503) 682-2229

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