Daycare centre in Berlin - Kinderhaus Starke Kinder

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We are a Montessori children's centre

The Montessori children’s centre ‘Starke Kinder’ is located in the Potsdam district of Groß Glienicke in the immediate vicinity of Lake Groß Glienicke.

We currently look after around 55 children aged between one and six.

The opening hours are from 7.45 a.m. to 5.00 p.m.

Our staff are Montessori teachers with recognised diplomas.

The hot lunch is cooked fresh daily in our own kitchen and is mainly made from organic produce. Breakfast, drinks, fruit and snacks are provided for the children by the Kinderhaus.

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If you are interested in a place for your child at one of our Children’s houses, please register by filling out the application form

If we are able to offer your child a place, the management of your chosen Children’s House will contact you directly to arrange an appointment for an introductory meeting.

Montessori & Friends Education gGmbH

Albrechtstr. 12
712165 Berlin
Telephone (Mon-Fri 10am-12pm): 030 – 233 26 40 – 32/33
Fax: 030 – 233 26 40 – 99
Email: anmeldung.kinderhaus@montessori-friends.de

Crèche

Our premises

Toddlers are particularly open, interested and ready to learn skills. They absorb impressions from their environment with all their senses and process them primarily emotionally, not cognitively.

By setting up a special toddler area, we are catering for the special needs of children at this stage of development.
A well-prepared environment is particularly helpful for the youngest children and begins with a well thought-out room layout.
The rooms are tailored to the needs and developmental stage of the children and support their independence. The presence of stable carers is another important factor in the children’s well-being. 

Our daily routine

From 8.00 to 10.30 a.m., the children can have breakfast (including a fruit snack), play freely and be inspired by the early musical education programme. Many other creative activities are possible.

From 10.30 to 11.30 a.m. we spend time with the little ones in our garden where possible. Here they have the opportunity to explore their environment and nature and play with their friends.

From 11.30 a.m. we eat lunch together in the group room. The children can rest or sleep in a separate room at any time, according to their needs.

We offer a snack in the afternoon and drinks are served throughout the day.