Contact

801 Main Street

Belmar, NJ 07719

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Tel: (732) 556-6304

info@lilymontessori.org

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Lily Montessori Parent Child Center is a registered 501(c)3 non-profit organization. Lily Montessori Parent Child Center admits families of any race, color, gender, nationality, and ethnic origin to all the rights, privileges, programs, and activities made available to students of the program. The Center does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, gender, nationality or ethnic origin in administration of the educational policies, admissions policies, scholarship programs, and other administered programs.

PARENT CHILD CLASSES

MAKE FRIeNDS.

Get out of the house.

Learn Montessori. 

ABOUT

The Lily Montessori Parent-Child Program is a series of classes designed to teach Montessori oarenting methods, support your child's healthy development, and foster community among parents with young children.  

​We are currently offering programs for both infants and toddles. During our weekly classes, you and your child will be guided from developmentally appropriate Montessori materials, while we discuss challenges in a supportive environment.

Each class will feature a short presentation and resources on a parenting topic, such as:

  • Preparing your home environment

  • Sensitive periods of child development

  • Positive discipline

  • Early toilet learning 

  • The Montessori philosophy of parenting and child development

  • children.  
     

​At the end of the program, we hope you will have more tools available to you in your parenting approach, and feel more connected to a community of parents with young children.

 

ABOUT

Lily Montessori Parent-Child Classes are a great way for parents to spend quality time with their children in a supportive, prepared Montessori environment, connect with other new parents, and learn about child development. 

​We are currently offering programs for both infants and toddlers. During our weekly classes, you and your child will be guided through developmentally appropriate materials, while we discuss challenges and milestones. You do not need to be interested in Montessori education to enjoy these classes with your child. 

Each class will feature a short presentation and resources on a parenting topic, such as:

  • Preparing your home or nursery

  • Sensitive periods of child development

  • Positive discipline

  • The Montessori philosophy of parenting and child development
     

At the end of the program, we hope you will have more tools available to you in your parenting approach, and feel more connected to a wonderful community of parents with young children.