Montessori schooling is an educational system that is an “aid to life,” helping children develop intelligence and independence at an early age. The Montessori environment is set up with areas in Language, Mathematics, Sensorial, Activities, Culture, and Practical Life. Everything is child-sized, with beautiful, self-correcting materials arranged on low shelves enabling autonomy and empowerment. Our educators provide lessons; students are free to choose which to explore. Subjects of our Montessori academics include Music, Art, P.E., Spanish, Computer Sciences, and more. 


Female infant school teacher working one on one with a young schoolboy


Frisco Lakes Montessori Infant Program provides an exceptional out-of-home setting for your child. Your infant will be nurtured in a beautiful, peaceful, and safe environment that comfortably eases the transition from home to school. Our infant Montessori school is designed entirely around your child’s needs. We believe that close communication between parents and teachers is essential for providing individualized, personal care for your child. 


Infant Curriculum

  • Daily tummy time developing gross motor movement.  
  • Different games like target kicking, pounding, and throwing encourage fine motor skills and hand-eye coordination development.  
  • Evolve sensory skills with felt books and textures.  
  • Establish cognitive skills through recognizing shapes, colors, sounds, and basic number concepts.  
  • One-on-one interaction, talking to the babies, and reading stories promotes language development.  
  • Musical movements and rhythm.  
  • A safe and clean play area designed to encourage free movement. 


Children in this stage of development are treated with consistency and sensitivity to lay the foundations of a cooperative relationship. We ensure every child’s needs are met peacefully, thoughtfully, and lovingly. Our specially designed Montessori environment features child-sized tables, chairs, shelves, and materials, fostering a sense of independence and confidence. 

Happy child and school counselor


By age three, children have developed the foundation of their personality as individuals. They learn everything through sensory experiences, so explanations are given thoughtfully to encourage understanding and growth. Guided by their inward teacher, students develop dignity and become the architect of their own minds. 

Schoolgirl smiling, posing in classroom at primary school


Considered the “conscious phase” of the absorbent mind, the primary stage of development is when children are able to concentrate and work freely in the Montessori environment, exercising self-discipline and peace. Through care and guidance, children can come to terms with themselves and the world. Students will develop a love of “work,” or child-led activities, and order, enabling them to find joy in their independence and initiative. 

Children doing gymnastics

Extra Curricular Activities

Extra-curricular programs are led by qualified Montessori teachers and offer convenience to parents looking to extend their child’s learning experience beyond the Frisco Lakes Montessori scope. Separate fees apply – please check with Frisco Lakes Montessori to inquire about the currently available programs.