MindSprout Montessori

MindSprout Montessori

A Montessori hybrid homeschool experience for children ages 3-13. Located in Old Town Spring.

Operating as usual

Photos from MindSprout Montessori's post 02/09/2024

Our Children's House students have many materials to aid in the refinement of the senses. By carrying each rectangular prism one at a time, the child is able to see and feel the changes in the size and weight of each one. The Brown Stair is a grading material that allows the child to develop their visual perception and muscle memory. After a child is familiar with the introductory lesson, they will begin to explore building the Brown Stair in other ways.

Photos from MindSprout Montessori's post 02/08/2024

Ahoy! Our Sprouts Outdoors students were challenged with creating a boat that would float for at least one minute, using only the supplies given. During the construction process, there were many revisions as the students began to wonder if their boat would actually float. They were so excited to launch them on the "lake."

Photos from MindSprout Montessori's post 02/07/2024

When science becomes art! The Fun Friday 4-8 year old class made puff paint as a science experiment and then used it for their art project. The students worked together to add the correct amount of each ingredient to get the right consistency. Come create with us!

Photos from MindSprout Montessori's post 02/06/2024

In our Children's House (3-6) Color Box 3 is a material that appeals to a child because of it's beauty. With this material, a student's visual discrimination is at work as they grade each color from dark to light. The sensorial materials in the classroom assist a child in developing and honing their five senses.

Photos from MindSprout Montessori's post 02/05/2024

Grammar is so much more fun with a friend! The grammar boxes allow these Upper Elementary students to absorb the concepts of the parts of speech by using the cards to build their own phrases. It is through building these phrases that the student is able to experience the function of the words, instead of just memorizing the definitions of the parts of speech.


Our Fun Friday class turned their science experiment on chromatography into an art project! Cross curricular lessons are the best! www.mindsprout.me/enrichment


The practical life water projects in a classroom naturally attract the interest of a child. This beginning water pouring project was increased in difficulty (and fun!) with the addition of a funnel. Practical life activities in the 3-6 year old classroom help a child to develop their ability to concentrate. www.mindsprout.me/hybrid


Our Fun Friday students created their own STEM challenge- how tall can you build a tower of magna-tiles? We support children's learning through questions such as, "Why do you think your tower fell?" "How can we change it to make it sturdier?"

Photos from MindSprout Montessori's post 01/30/2024

"The seeds grew!" The children in our Outdoor Sprouts class were able to see the fruits of their labor. They had a great time planting and caring for their seeds and were thrilled when they sprouted! www.mindsprout.me/enrichment


The work of practical life does not stop after students finish our 3-6 yo classroom. As a child grows older, their practical life work continues and becomes more intertwined in their daily life, which prepares them for becoming an independent adult. www.mindsprout.me


The senses of sight, touch, and smell were in full swing during this flower arranging activity in our Outdoor Sprouts (ages 4-9) classroom. The creations were beautiful and it was an added surprise to see what happened to the flowers in the colored water! www.mindsprout.me/enrichment


Does it sink or float? The children put this question to the test by putting various objects in water. The most surprising result was from the sponge! Try it out for yourself! www.mindsprout.me/hybrid


Ready for takeoff! The Outdoor Sprouts students designed and flew their own paper airplanes. They learned about how the different folds affected their airplane's flight. www.mindsprout.me/enrichment


Where in the world? Asia! This geography map work in Lower Elementary offers the children the ability to explore the country names, capital names, and national flags. www.mindsprout.me

Photos from MindSprout Montessori's post 01/22/2024

Let's talk about the Red Rods! This material from our sensorial area of the Children's House classroom allows for exploration through visual discrimination and movement. After a child has become familiar with the different sizes, they look forward to constructing the maze.

Photos from MindSprout Montessori's post 12/19/2023

Our continued studies of the holidays around the world had us "traveling" to India this week. We were treated with a visit from a nearby Hindu Temple to teach us about the festivals of India. The students had the opportunity to wear a bindi, choose bangles, and receive Henna tattoos. www.mindsprout.me/hybrid

Photos from MindSprout Montessori's post 12/12/2023

Can you save the gummy bear that is stuck on top of the mountain? That was the challenge that was accepted by our Fun Friday 9-14 students. They had fun designing, creating, testing, and re-testing their parachutes during this STEM project. mindsprout.me/enrichment

Photos from MindSprout Montessori's post 12/11/2023

Our Holidays around the world travels last week took us to Greece and France! We enjoyed finding these countries on our world map and making their flags. We learned that in Greece, a huge Christmas tree and sailing ship are lit up in the middle of the city. In France, we found out that it is tradition for children to leave their shoes by the fire for Pere Noel (Father Christmas) to fill with treats and small toys. "Three Kings Cake" is popular for families to have on the twelfth night (January 6), and we played a game version of it. www.mindsprout.me/hybrid

Photos from MindSprout Montessori's post 12/08/2023

We have kicked off our studies of Holidays around the world. We traveled to Greenland to learn about their Christmas traditions. We located Greenland on our globe and discovered that it is an island! We learned that most homes display stars in their windows during the Christmas season, so the children made their own paper stars. The children also made the flag of Greenland. The next stop on our tour was Russia! We located it on the map and found that it is located on the biggest continent, Asia! The children loved playing with the Matryoshka doll and making their own paper version. While doing the flag making project, the children were quick to point out that our flag has the same colors! www.mindsprout.me/hybrid


Visit our first ever Young Entrepreneurs of the Future Nutcracker Market. Join us Sat. Dec. 9th from 11am-1pm and support homeschool student run businesses.


Ovoid's, and cubes, and cones, oh my! These are just a few of the shapes our hybrid homeschool Children's House students have learned about while exploring the Geometric Solids. Our circle time lesson included a lively discussion about the differences between a sphere and a circle. There are so many shapes in our indoor and outdoor environment that we have had fun naming, comparing, and classifying. www.mindsprout.me


Our hybrid school Children's House went on their field trip to the zoo recently. There was excitement in the air as we wondered if we would see our adopted sea turtle, Chocolate. Ms. Loren and a few children were lucky enough to catch a glimpse of the sea turtle as it glided through the water. The rest of the animals were quite lively, with the baby elephants putting on quite a show in their watering hole. A good time was had by all! www.mindsprout.me

Photos from MindSprout Montessori's post 10/03/2023

The hybrid homeschool Upper Elementary class has a new family member! Rose is a six month old Bearded Dragon and our students couldn’t be more excited to have her in the classroom. She’s brought so much joy to the entire school this past week :)


The votes are in! After careful consideration and deliberation, our hybrid homeschool Children's House students voted to adopt a sea turtle from the "Adopt an Animal" program at the Houston Zoo. We received a special package from the Houston Zoo and it contained bracelets and adoption certificates for each child, along with a stuffed animal sea turtle for the class. The big question has been, what do we name it? A brainstorming session occurred at circle time and then another vote. Meet "Chocolate"! Chocolate has been spending her days in our library, sitting with the children while they are looking at a book. They are so excited to see a real sea turtle while we are on our field trip to the zoo!


Meet our new office administrator. Curtriona Burrell (Ms. B) is originally from Houston, Texas and has relocated to the Spring area with her four beautiful children. Curtriona is the eldest of twelve siblings, and was born on Halloween. She is an alum of Texas Southern University with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Telecommunications Radio/ Television/ Film. Curtriona is joining the MindSprout Campus as the the assistant to the Head of School. Prior to joining the MindSprout family, Curtriona served as the Behavior Specialist at KIPP Destiny in Dallas, Texas, as well as a classroom teacher at Richard Millburn Academy. She is currently completing her Masters degree in Education specializing in Curriculum and Instruction from City University of Seattle, and is beginning to study the Montessori Method.

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200-5 Noble Street
Spring, TX

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Monday 8am - 5pm
Tuesday 8am - 5pm
Wednesday 8am - 5pm
Thursday 8am - 5pm
Friday 8am - 5pm
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