•   81 Darra Station Rd, Darra QLD 4076
  •   (07) 3191 6755
  •   director@lwm.qld.edu.au
  •   Monday – Friday: 6:30 AM – 6:00 PM
  • Little Wonders Montessori – Yeronga Address: 156 School Road, Yeronga. Email director.yeronga@lwm.qld.edu.au for more information

Curious Minds

Toddlers are developing their voice and agency in their fascinating world as they begin to assert their independence. As they explore their environment with greater physical capacity, the develop higher self-awareness and begin to regulate their emotions and behaviour. Our late toddler learning journeys promote children to investigate and enquire through engaging in literacy-based learning experiences that fosters communication skills through social engagement. We believe learning happens everywhere

Happy to see you!

Good Morning! Little wonders Montessori welcome our early risers who will We don’t provide breakfast for children.

Montessori kick off

We encourage children to place their picture/name card on the attendance chart before joining educators for morning Montessori activities focusing specifically on sensorial, language and practical life domains. Children choose freely on the activities they would like to focus on as our nurturing educators offer support and guidance as required.

Progressive Morning Tea

A healthy selection of snacks for morning tea is served during the Montessori work cycle, allowing children to continue working with materials if they choose to do so. Children are also guided in serving their own food and drink to develop fine motor skills involved in practical life. If they choose to, they are also guided by educators in washing and setting their dishes on completion of their meal.

Montessori work cycle continues

Children are offered options to work on activities focusing specifically on (Focusing on fine, gross motors skills, concentration, coordination skills. Enhancing their sensorial and language development.) They may also choose from a range of co-curricular activities from mindful-based learning to musical play Montessori workcycle is until 11am.

Outdoor Play

Our natural outdoor environment is designed to inspire interest and set up daily with rotating activities that meet our children’s developmental needs and interests. During this time, children are  provided with the opportunity to collaborate with their peers from other age groups and exercise their gross motor and social skills. Learning from and teaching through peer interaction in an outdoor setting, is imperative to a child’s growth.

Group time

Group time is an essential part of our program as it promotes the development of a strong sense of belonging and community through sharing of learning and experiences. Group time activities include show and tell opportunities, story telling and music lessons. Children are encouraged to share thoughts and ideas on what they enjoyed and what they would like to work on more promoting voice and agency of the child.


Yummy tummy refill time! The children work together to prepare the table and enjoy a nutritious and delicious meal with their educators. It’s an encouraging way for educators to role model healthy eating behaviours by sitting with children at mealtimes.

Rest Time

Children are encouraged to rest for at least 3o min to reenergize for the rest of the day. Each child has their own floor bed should they choose to sleep listening to soft music. Children who do not want to sleep participate in quiet activities such as story time, mindful colouring, or quite work with the Montessori materials. As the rest period draws to a close, children prepare for afternoon tea and outdoor play.

Communal Outdoor Play

After a health and yummy afternoon tea, children participate in  outdoor activities such as gross motor games, dramatic play, gardening activities, and sandpit play.

Indoor Play

During this time children are again provided with the opportunity to continue working with the Montessori materials. Otherwise they participate in quiet group time activities such as quite reading with educators or work on interest projects.

Good evening and Hope to see you again tomorrow! Your little Wonders are now ready to go home after a wonderful day of learning and fun. If you have any questions about how your child slept, or how much they ate, our friendly team of Educators are more than happy to recount their eventful day.

12 Months - 2 Years

Buzzing Bub Wonders

This period in a child’s life marks the transition from infant to toddler. During this stage, the child achieves many important milestones and develops at an incredible speed.

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3 Years - 5 Years

Curious Minds Pre-K Wonders

Toddlers are developing their voice and agency in their fascinating world as they begin to assert their independence. As they explore their environment with greater physical capacity,

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2 Years - 4 Years

Pioneering Kindy Wonders

Foundational life skills that promote independent, self-motivated ventures are central to our Kindergarten and Pre-school curriculum. Our programs encourage our children to act

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