Little Elm Montessori School

Education That Enhances Your Child's Future

At Robin's Next Montessori School, our focus is on helping your child grow and develop a curiosity about the world around them. We do this by following the philosophy and methods of Dr. Maria Montessori. We also encourage involvement from you, the parent, to ensure your child receives the highest quality of education. Our Little Elm Montessori School is a caring and loving environment where you child will be nurtured and challenged to become the best version of themselves. To learn more about us, call our office at (972) 987-4290.

Our school has been open for a number of years, and our faculty and staff have an additional wealth of experience from their professional backgrounds. Every member of our team is devoted to helping your child's future, whether it's through new curriculum, enrichment programs or daily interaction. We plan our curriculum in a manner that harvests a desire to learn, provides freedom to explore and gives your child a passion to discover. We focus on a variety of topics so that your child is well-rounded from a young age.

Curriculum Built to Help Your Child Grow

Our curriculum varies based on age, but in general we cover the following topics:

  • Practical Life
  • Sensory
  • Language
  • Mathematics
  • Science
  • Culture

We are proud to provide excellent education to residents of Little Elm, Frisco, The Colony and the surrounding areas. All of our programs are available for two, three and five days a week. We also offer provide discounts for siblings and for the Little Elm Police, Fire and Rescue. Our staff is CPR and First Aid certified so that you know your child is in a safe environment.

For information on enrollment and tuition, contact us at (972)987-4290.

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Our Values

  • Emphasis on Cognitive and Social Development.
  • Children are encourages to teach, collaborate, and help each other.
  • Child sets their own learning pace.
  • Multi-material for physical exploration development.
  • Child spots own errors through feedback from material.
  • Mixed age grouping.