Montessori Education :

The Montessori methodology was developed over a century ago by an Italian Physician and an educator Dr. Maria Montessori. She believed that children learn naturally by developing their inquisitive nature. Montessori education involves self-directed activities and is prominently impactful in early childhood. An interesting characteristic of Montessori education lies in its multi-age prepared environment.

Dr. MARIA MONTESSORI (1870 – 1952)

An Italian Physician, Educator and Innovator, acclaimed for her Educational method that helps children learn naturally.

The Montessori Method has specialized learning materials which are presented, depending on your child's readiness. Learning in a Montessori Environment is so individually paced, helping your child to be confident and self-directed learners.

Why Choose Montessori?

  • Choosing a Montessori School for your child has numerous benefits.
  • The Montessori Method encourages your child to work in a group and also individually to develop Self discipline and Leadership Qualities.
  • Research supports that the children from Montessori Education show strong social and emotional skills, making them to be self-motivated learners.
  • Montessori Trained Teachers guide your child through age appropriate activities.
  • Unlike the Conventional grading system, your child is evaluated and assessed throughout the entire academic year and in the process, motivating to reach his/her potential.

Montessori Curriculum:

  • Exercises of Practical Life

    The Exercises of Practical Life curriculum in Montessori provides a scope and sequence for everyday practices like chopping vegetables, dressing oneself, cleaning, courtesies and more. The activities in Exercises of Practical life helps your child to become more independent and to gain life skills.

  • Sensorial

    The sensorial activities in the Montessori Environment helps your child in developing the six senses – Sight (Visual), Touch (tactile), Smell (olfactory), Taste (gustatory), Sound (auditory), Stereognostic (kinesthetic), Sensorial material isolates one defining quality such as colour, weight, shape, texture, size, sound, smell and taste.

  • Language

    The development of language in the child begins at birth. In the Montessori Environment, children are introduced to vocabulary by naming the objects in the environments. The Montessori language approach is through phonetics, where the sounds of each letter is given to children which help them in their reading skills.

  • Arithmetic

    Children learn to organize numbers in their mind and understand what numbers mean in the real sense. The Montessori Math includes the development of concepts such as numeration, place value, fractions and the basic operations of addition, subtraction, multiplication and division using numbers up to 9999.

  • Science

    Through the Science curriculum, children are introduced to the world of plants and animals, and they are taught to explore and compare their similarities and differences. By engaging with the natural world in this way, children gain knowledge in both geography and biology.

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