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My program is defined by the practical application of sensory-based and self-directed learning through the authentic Montessori Method. The goal is to prepare children to be focused, independent, and innovative learners, as well as responsible, respectful, and mindful individuals. 

This program is held in children’s own home environment as the best safe place for your child’s development.


Educational experience for Infants & Toddlers

The toddler years are the time when children use their bodies, senses, and emerging problem-solving skills to learn about and make sense of their world, in ways most meaningful and effective for them.

Dr. Montessori was one of the first educators to recognize the first few years of a child’s life as critical to the development of personality and intellect. Toddlers are actively seeking out information, they learn quickly and easily, and are especially interested in demonstrating independence. 


Early Childhood Education

As children get older, they tend to see things that adults find ordinary as very interesting and special. Practical life exercises like sorting, pouring, or washing dishes absorb them completely.

We recognize this as the beginning of control and coordination of mind and body. That’s why Montessori learning revolves around tangible, hands-on experiences.

Children seek hands-on experiences and concrete materials to learn. 

My Educational experiences for Infants & Toddlers & TWOS

Cognitive, Motor and Sensory Activities birth to 12 months

Exploring the Treasure Basket

Remembering an Object’s Location

Matching Lids and Pots, Identifying and Finding Specific Objects

Pulling a Hidden Object out of Cylinder etc.

Language, Social and Practical Life Activites birth to 12 months

Focusing on Names of Objects, Naming Parts of Face and Body, 

Naming Categories of Objects,

Retrieving a Hidden Object,

Imitating Facial Expressions and Mouth Sounds, Reaching Out and Touching, Nose-Wiping, Serving Food and Eating Matters etc.

Cognitive, Motor and Sensory Activities 12 to 24 months

Folding Napkins, Matching a Cut-out Pieces and Its Outline, Assembling a Simple Photo Puzzle, Matching Geometric Shapes, Matching Numbers, Patters and Texture,

Matching Pairs of Objects by Color, Identifying “Loud” and “Soft” Sounds, Identifying Smells etc.

Language, Social and Practical Life Activites 12 to 24 months

Naming Ten Basic Parts of the Body, Retrieving a Named Object, Naming Colors in a Color Booklet, Beginning Basic counting, Naming Objects and Pictures Starting with the Same Phonetic Sound, Imitating Facial Expressions, Watching and Imitating Body Movements, Listening To and Following Instructions, Sharing Materials, Recognizing Feelings, Sorting and Matching Utensils, Using Cookie Cutters to Cut Bread into Shapes, Self Care etc

Cognitive, Motor and Sensory Activities 24 to 36 months

Sorting Objects and Pictures by Concept, Matching Three Basic Geometric Shapes, Sorting Events by Sequence,

Throwing for a Distance, Stringing Objects Using a Cord, Walking the Line, Transferring Using Spooning Implements,

Matching and Pairing Objects by Color and Pattern,  Painting, Observing Nature Close Up, Growing Plants Outside, Visiting the Bird Feeder etc

Language, Social and Practical Life Activites 24 to 36 months

Expanding vocabulary by Identifying Pictures of Objects with Unusual or Complex Names, Objects with the Same Phonetic Sound, Using “I Spy” to Practice Identifying, 

Opening and Closing Doors Quietly, Practicing “Please” and “Thank You”, Recognizing and Describing Emotions, 

Unfastening and Fastening Clothes, Taking Apart and Putting Back Together, Making Snacks etc

my Early Childhood education program for 3-6 years

Montessori Sensorial Developement

The sensorial curriculum holds a significant place in Montessori methodology, because people experience their environment through their senses. They are driven to develop and refine senses from birth to gain a fuller and more productive relationship with the environment. Overall, sensorial education is intended to provide the child with a structure, vocabulary, concentration, sense of order and ultimately intellect.

Montessori Culture and Science

"The stars, earth, stones, life of all kinds form a whole in relation with each other, and so close is the relation that we cannot understand a stone without some understanding of the great sun! No matter what we touch, an atom, or a cell, we cannot explain it without knowledge of the wide universe."

“If the idea of universe is presented to the child in the right way, it will do more for him than just arose his interest, for it will create in him admiration and wonder, a feeling loftier than any interest and more satisfying."

Montessori Practical Life

Maria Montessori considered practical life activities, also called exercises of practical life, to be fundamental to a child's development. These activities are an increasingly challenging series of motor tasks involving practical real-life goals, such as cleaing a table, washing a plate, or polishing shoes. In addition to helping children master everyday tasks, the aim of practical life activites is to develop a child's independence, body control and coordination of movement, concentration, and sense of order.

Sensorial Activities

Three-Period Lessons, Nomenclature Cards, Working with the Cylinder Blocks, Pink Tower, Color Tables, Geometric Form Cards, Touch Boards, Touch Fabrics, Thermic Tablets, Mystery Bags, Sound Cylinders, Playing the Silence Game, Working with the Smelling Bottles etc.

Culture and Science Activities

Learning The Calendar, Learning About Weather

Geography-Introducing Directions, Understanding the Movement of the Sun 

History-Timelines, Calibrating a Birthday, Exploring the Seasons, Learning About Famous People 

Zoology-Understanding Living and Non-Livings Things, Plants and Animals,

Botany-Intorducing Learning and Exploring Parts Plants

Science-Exploring Magnetism, Density etc.

Practical Life Activities

Walking on the Line, Carrying a Tray, Wiping Up a Spill, Pouring, Sorting Buttons with a Pincer Grasp, Dressing Frames, Washing Hands, Folding Clothes, Packing an Overnight Bag, Polishing, Sweeping, Raking Leaves, Washing Table, Caring of a Plant, Planting a Seed, Setting a Table, Buttering Bread, Making Orange Juice, Wrapping a Present, Greeting People, Saying Please, Thank You and You're Welcome, Offering Food to Others etc

Happy parents = happy children

Parent and Teacher communication is very important to me!

I provide a monthly curriculum guide, regular parent-teacher meetings with observation and feedback reports. 

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About me

My name is Lenka and I love working with children. I'm certified Montessori teacher at NAMC - International Montessori Teaching Program focused of Infant, Toddler & Twos completed in 2015 and Montessori Early Childhood Teacher Training Program completed in 2016.  

Since 2014-2016 I have worked as volunteer in Czech School of Portland – and taught Saturday Montessori classes for 3-7 year old children.

Since 2017 I became a permanent employee and Teachers Manager at Czech School of Portland.

I'd love to teach and develop your children to help them to be intelligent, independent and good human beings to make the world better place for everyone.

Peace of Mind

I passed a background check and received training in CPR and first aid.

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My References

"Lenka was a teacher for my son Frederick and daughter Issabel since they were 3 years old till 6 years. They loved to be in Lenka's class. Lenka's teaching style is about discovering of creativity and individual talents of each child. She leads the children to be able to work with the challenging sides of their personality. She gives always good feedback and suggestion, that I as a parent sometimes need."


"Lenka is very passionate teacher. She is kind, caring, and calm. My daughter loves her and enjoys her classroom very much. We appreciate Lenka and would recommend her to any family. Thank you Lenka for taking such a good care of our daughter!"


"Lenka has been teaching my son since he was two years old. (He is almost 5.) She is dedicated to her students and makes the classroom fun for all of them. Our son looks forward to the time spent there. She makes a plan for every lesson and informs us about it ahead of the time, so the children have something to look forward to. I can see my son's learning progress and he loves to share what they were working on.  I couldn't be more happy and thankful about having my son in Lenka's class. "



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08:00 am – 07:00 pm


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