Grades 1-3



Here at Little Acorns Grow we value small class sizes and individual learning plans. We view our students as unique individuals and is therefore able to offer a Montessori style mixed-aged class. The teacher is able to focus on teaching each child according to his or her own strengths.

Because of this healthy learning approach and the small class sizes, the students are able to learn at their own rate. This gives the teacher the opportunity to challenge more advanced students and assist students who may struggle, while still making sure all core units are being taught and accomplished.

Our students develop a sense of family with their classmates. They become a “family of learners” who support and care for each other, choosing to cooperate rather than compete. The older students have the opportunity to serve as mentors and to take leadership roles.

We also invite the students to take charge of their learning, by making choices at activity centers and with project work. This sense of “ownership” and self-direction is the foundation for life-long learning.

We balance literacy, math, science and social studies to create a fun and exciting curriculum our students love.

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Take a look at our videos by our wonderful teacher consultant Gloria Ramos Gonzalez to learn more about our program.


Little Acorns Grow Curriculum Part 1 – Understanding our Kindergarten and Early Start K literacy curriculum


See what our elementary school classes has been up to:


We made our playground our very own outdoor classroom to study clouds! 

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Valentine’s Day Fun!

Thank you to all our class parents and parent volunteers for putting on some wonderful Valentine’s Day celebrations!

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Math Manipulatives

Our kindergarten class had great fun using a variety of Math Manipulatives! By using manipulative we can cater to the students’ current level and create a fun hands-on learning experience.

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Needle and thread

Sewing is a fun way to develop fantastic fine motor skills while we create a fabulous project to raise money for new play equipment. Win win win! See you guys (online) at the auction!

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Operation Holiday Child

We are excited for our students to embrace the joy of giving by assembling a box of donated toys and necessities to be ship to a child in need.  

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All about my family

Our first and second graders had a great time sharing about their families.

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Letter Recognition

Our Kindergarten class enjoyed working together on their letter recognition.

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Geometric Shapes

Our first grade class has been reviewing 2D shapes which carried over into some great creations! We love when the imagination is at work!  

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Learning about clouds

Our kindergarten class had a wonderful time learning about clouds. We learned the types of clouds and made our own clouds.   We even had some fun in the sun spotting different clouds on our green school yard.      

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Learning about Space

Our kindergarten class is learning about space! Our first presentation was about the sun. We then had some great fun making our very own sun catchers!  

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