Toddler I


Class Overview

Our Toddler Daycare in Lewisville the Montessori Method

Toddler I Classroom

Our toddler daycare in Lewisville begins by introducing the Montessori Method to our students. We spend time on language development, exploration through free movement and play, building gross motor skills, exploring colors and shapes, and even incorporating a music and movement program. We have fun and enjoy introducing the children to learning, school, playing with others, and beginning Montessori works.

  • Language Development
  • Art, Music and Physical Education
  • Gross Motor Development Through Play
  • Practical Life Skills Development

Age Group: 9-18 Months Old
Class Size: 6-12 Children

Toddler Daycare in Lewisville Class Educators

Montessori Episcopal School Lead Toddler Care Teacher

Elizabeth Hahn

Lead Teacher, Toddler I

Elizabeth Hahn is the Toddler I Lead Teacher and has been with MES since 2019.

Ms. Hahn received a BA from Magdalen College in Warner, NH where she studied literature, philosophy, and music. It was there that she was first introduced to Montessori. She worked in childcare for several years before joining (MES) Toddler Daycare in Lewisville. 

MS. Hahn has been married for 8 years and has 2 wonderful sons (one who still attends MES!). She loves spending time with her family and also enjoys knitting and reading. She feels blessed to be a part of the MES family and can’t wait to see what the future holds.

Associate Toddler Teacher

Lydia Bang

Associate Teacher, Toddler I

Lydia Bang is the Toddler I Associate and has been with MES since 2020.


Ms. Bang has over 9 years experience working with children ages 1-5 as both a Lead Teacher and an Assistant. Ms. Bang is still working to complete her degree in Child Development Education.


Ms.Bang moved to Texas in July 2017 from Seattle, Washington with her husband. Her husband is an Electrician. Ms. Bang also has two cats she loves named Kammi and Ukee.


In her spare time she likes to watch Netflix movies and enjoys traveling! Her favorite time of the year is Fall.


Ms. Bang stresses that communication between parents and teachers is key to a successful learning environment.

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Frequently Asked Questions

FAQs for parents at Montessori Episcopal School toddler daycare in Lewisville!!

Montessori Episcopal School integrates Christian curriculum for toddlers through stories, lessons, and daily practices, fostering spiritual growth and moral development in toddlers.

The Montessori nursery program near me at Montessori Episcopal School is designed for infants and young toddlers, providing a nurturing environment for early development.

Montessori Episcopal School adapts the Montessori schools for toddlers near me philosophy to suit the unique developmental stages of toddlers, fostering independence, exploration, and a love for learning.

What types of learning activities and experiences are offered in the learning center for toddlers at Montessori Episcopal School in Lewisville, TX? A: The learning center for toddlers at Montessori Episcopal School provides a range of age-appropriate activities and experiences to stimulate cognitive, social, and physical development in toddlers.

Montessori Episcopal School offers a rich and varied curriculum for toddlers, incorporating hands-on learning experiences, creative activities, and opportunities for exploration and discovery.

The curriculum for toddlers in daycare at Montessori Episcopal School focuses on fostering independence, social skills, and early academic concepts through hands-on activities and play-based learning.

Montessori Episcopal School offers age-appropriate activities such as sensory exploration, practical life exercises, and early language development exercises for 15-month-old toddlers.

Montessori Episcopal School provides engaging activities that promote fine motor skills, language development, and sensorial exploration specifically designed for 16-month-old toddlers.

Montessori Episcopal School offers activities such as object permanence games, stacking and sorting activities, and language enrichment exercises tailored to the developmental stage of 18-month-old toddlers.

Montessori Episcopal School provides activities that focus on sensory exploration, gross motor skill development, and fostering a sense of security and trust in 9-month-old infants.

Montessori Episcopal School provides activities that focus on sensory exploration, fine motor skill development, and fostering independence in 10-month-old infants.

Montessori Episcopal School emphasizes activities that promote independence, language development, and social interaction in 15-month-old toddlers.


Montessori Episcopal School is the only Christian Montessori school in Denton county.

We have been serving Lewisville, Flower Mound and Highland Village toddlers through kindergartners for the past 50+ years.


Montessori Episcopal School turns preschoolers into independent creative thinkers. Our programs have:

  • Individualized instruction on each child
  • Weekly Library, Art, PE, Music, and Spanish
  • Biblical training through weekly chapel


  • A focus on whole-child learning, including physical, education and spiritual development
  • A natural, maker-space playground and garden
  • Passionate, long-tenured teachers
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