“Much of the beauty of life is found in people who care”
“Dear Ms Edith and the entire Fraser Montessori team, You are truly doing heart felt work to make tomorrow’s children happy, healthy and holistic thinkers. Thank you. I really urge all families who bring their kids to your school to understand that this is NOT just a daycare. It is so much more. I really hope that families choose Fraser Montessori for the full Montessori experience that takes advantage of all the Fraser Valley/Lower Mainland has to offer. If you look at the children and the teachers of the center you will realize it’s a miniature United Nations! It’s a feeling of family here and I hope that my son will be able to visit time and time again. Because one always does miss family 🙂
Take care and we wish the Fraser Montessori all very best in the future of the school, center, teachers and children. Love…”


We have had a wonderful experience with Fraser Montessori Daycare. Having been to other daycares, I can confidently say that this is the best one by far. Edith has gone to great lengths to create a warm and loving environment for the kids. The kids learn at their own pace and have a good time as well. I have found that the individual attention that is given to each child is something that you won’t see in other daycares of similar size. I would highly recommend this daycare!
Dawn Cochrane

Fraser Montessori Daycare is a brilliant program for all ages! My daughter joined the schools before and after school program this year. They are constantly challenged through multiple educational tools, crafts and tons of outdoor activity! I highly recommend Edith and the Fraser Montessori Daycare for all of the programs offered in the center. They truly care about the children, and go above and beyond to ensure there health and safety is met on a daily basis.
Erin Boychuk

“It is evident from when you first visit Ms. Edith’s Fraser Montessori sites that there is pride and great detail put into her centers. From the the loving nature of the teachers, the diversity in the children, the high quality activities/toys that are available to the kids and the ongoing interest in each child’s needs, Ms. Edith is central to this and the success in our child’s development. Both my husband and I are in the healthcare field, and we are confident that our son is receiving high quality child care in a group setting that compliments our parenting at home. We thank Ms. Edith for her genuine attention and interest in her many children who attend the centers and appreciate her professionalism in all regards.”

“My daughter has been going to Fraser Montessori for a year now. I am very happy with the program here and my daughter’s development. I can see the difference from one day to the next. The curriculum and activities are good. The kids also learn French besides they usual Montessori work. The daycare is clean and well cared for. It was built from the beginning as a daycare centre so it was planned well with a lot of space and lots of windows. So the kids get a lot of natural light. They also have a big room downstairs to play when it’s raining and a partly covered courtyard. I also like the fact that they serve hot lunches and they have kid’s height sinks and toilets. There is the park across the street, but also the kids go on a lot of fieldtrips. The centre has their own school bus. The teachers are great and when you walk in the class you can see that they are really involved with working with the kids and not just supervising them. Over all I am very happy with this centre and I can see that my daughter is too.”
Cami Mezo

“As our daughter’s first daycare/preschool we couldn’t be happier. Ms Edith and all of the teachers were very supportive helping our family through the transition and now our daughter can’t wait to go to class. We love the wide range of programs provided including French, yoga, music and movement, in addition to the Montessori programs. The facility is superb and always well taken care of. As a busy working family we are grateful for the option of a hot meal at lunch. Overall a great school.”

I met with this daycare centre / preschool and I find that:

“My Daughter who is now in Kindergarten attended Fraser Montessori for almost 3 years.
It took me along time to find a place where I felt comfortable and at ease to leave my child for a long period of time but I knew once I met with Edith and toured the School I made the right decision.

The curriculum and schedule that the teachers use was a huge part in the success of my Daughters learning and preparing for Kindergarten.

I highly recommend this daycare to any of my family or friends.
The work Edith and her staff does is incredible, and I will be forever great full for the amazing care they provided my child.”


We have had a wonderful experience with Fraser Montessori Daycare. Having been to other daycares, I can confidently say that this is the best one by far. Edith has gone to great lengths to create a warm and loving environment for the kids. The kids learn at their own pace and have a good time as well. I have found that the individual attention that is given to each child is something that you won’t see in other daycares of similar size. I would highly recommend this daycare!
Julia Dollinger

My son has been attending Fraser Montessori for six months now, after a long search for an appropriate daycare facility. He has previously been to five different centers all of which we were not satisfied with.Here he has had an opportunity to develop his skills and interests as well as be exposed to opportunities for growth that are not often present in other daycare facilities. His interest in learning new languages has come from exposure to French class here, as well as an interest in dance. As a former Early Childhood Educator, it was of the utmost importance to me to ensure that my son was not only receiving proper care but that he was being exposed to all areas of learning/development. He is four years old and is starting to read, write and solve basic mathematical problems. He has also learned how to socialize with his peers, as he is the only child and does not have much exposure to other children at home. Ms Edith dedicated an immense amount of time to the details of the centre that are often overlooked. She is constantly brainstorming ways to improve the centre for both the children and the staff. She focuses a great deal on the quality of the program and care, everything from organic food to the various forms of learning aids. I would highly recommend this daycare to other parents facing the same challenges that I did, when looking for an appropriate program for my son to attend.

Michael’s Mom

Dear Ms Edith

Dear Edith,

Thank you so much for all your support this past year. It was a challenging year for our family, but it was a relief knowing that Mateo was happy and making progress at your center.

Thanks again!


Melita and Franco

Dear Ms Edith,

Many, many thanks for all your wonderful teaching,advice,support… The list goes on… over the past 4 years.

You have given Maddi, Josh, Chloe and Isabelle the very best hart in education and we/they are going to miss you come September.

We hope you find a little time to relax over the summer.


Mags and Doug


Thank you so much for all that you have done for Liam. He is so exited and ready for kindergarten, this is because of the wonderful teachers. Fraser Montessori gave him a wonderful base on which to start school.

Lots of Love.

Nicole and Liam

To Edith and the staff at Fraser Montessori,

It’s the special things that people do for us that make all the difference in our lives. We appreciate all the tender loving care and attention Dheen received at your center. He will go to kindergarten with many memories of preschool.

Warm Regards,

Paul, Shelly + Dheen

Hi Edith,

As what we say in the card, we really appreciate all the things that you and all the teachers at school provided, not only to Hannah but also to our family, cause when she is happy and thriving, we’re all happy… 🙂

Thanks a lot once again.


Dear Ms. Edith

I want to take this opportunity to say a very big THANKYOU to you and Ms. Rumika for all that you have done for Brady.

Last year going into Kindergarten Brady was very well prepared and I was so happy he was continuing on in a Montessori Setting or else he would have been bored just learning the ABC’s and 123’s as he was already reading and doing simple arithmetic by the end of his preschool year – one mother even commented he was reading at at Grade 2 level.

I was a bit hesitant when you asked him to come to your school in the afternoon after his morning Kindergarten class at the other school (we didn’t have full year Kindergarten yet) as I wasn’t sure if he would find it too much or if he would be too tired by the end of the day but I trusted your judgement and let him try coming to your school for the afternoon class and I am so glad he did as he progressed so much more and learned more than he did in the other school.

Each day he would bring his work home and I was amazed to see him doing addition subtraction multiplication and then division and finally fractions at the end of the school year and he enjoyed doing it. I also can’t believe he knows his cursive writing as usually they only teach that at Grade 3. As you two have been working with him since he was 3 or 4 years old you know his limitations and also when to push him looking back its amazing how well he is drawing pictures now since for about 1 year all I saw him bring back were pictures of fish and the occasional gingerbread or truck. I remember talking to you about it and you mentioned that you asked him if he wanted to draw something else and he said no – he just wanted to draw a fish and you never pushed him. By the end of the year he was so confident drawing fish that all of a sudden he started expanding his drawing skills and drew whatever was on his mind. I loved how you made booklets for him so he could write a story and draw pictures for those stories – I have kept them all – they are priceless.

I could go on and on as both of you have done so much to establish a fantastic and solid foundation of education and learning. In Grade 1 he is doing very well and he has a love for learning. His teacher had a booklet for Grade 1 math and he looked at it and said – this is too easy – and asked if he could do the Grade 2 booklet. He continues to read all the time and loves it. My daughter who also came to your school learned to read early (before kindergarten) and still loves reading – sometimes I can’t get her to put her book down.

As a parent we have to be careful with whom we leave our children with everyday especially when they are young as they are at a critical age where they are at an influential age. They are like sponges and learn everything around them – good or bad. I was so blessed to find your preschool as each day I left Brady at the school I knew in my heart that I was leaving him in very good hands – that you and Ms. Rumika would take care of him as if he was your own son and you would teach him not only educational skills but everyday life skills as well – even as simple as washing your hands putting their coats and shoes away putting things away in their proper place after using them to being courteous to other people and learning how to be a good friend. He still loves singing the songs he learned at your school too.

If there are parents you know who are considering sending their kids to you r school please tell them that I highly recommend your school – it is not easy out there to find someone who will take great care of their child. Every day that I left Brady at your school I had peace of mind that he was being well taken care of and at the same time learning and not just playing. My sister was the one who introduced me to the Montessori Method of teaching and she explained that kids even as young as 2 1/2 or 3 are like sponges and this is the time to really start to educate them as they pick things up so easily and this is the time to start giving them a solid foundation of learning and education. Now that my kids are older I fully agree with this.

Thank you once again for all you have done for Brady and I hope many more kids come to your school as you truly have a gift for teaching and caring for young children.


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