Montessori Programme

5 Domains

Practical Life Exercises involve tasks children do in their daily lives They learn to work at a task from beginning to end. Besides fine motor skills, these exercises help to develop self-discipline, confidence and concentration.

Sensorial materials help children develop cognitively by touching, seeing, smelling, tasting, listening, and exploring and ‘playing’ with the specially designed materials.  These materials have built-in feedback to show when errors have been made, allowing children to be more independent.

The Mathematics materials help children build strong  mathematical foundation by allowing them to work with concrete materialsand prepare children for the gradual transition to abstract thinking.

Language is woven into all parts of the program. The children learn that words are made of sounds, and each sound has a symbol. After knowing the sound and symbol for each letter of the alphabet, they begin to build words. We adopt a multi-sensory approach that combines phonics, stories and language experiences to bring meaning to the learning of reading and writing.

Cultural activities include fun and meaningful projects which allow children to explore and discover the world around them through science, geography and history. Activities include identifying continents, countries, oceans, places, people animals, plants etc.

Practical Life Exercises involve tasks children do in their daily lives They learn to work at a task from beginning to end. Besides fine motor skills, these exercises help to develop self-discipline, confidence and concentration.

Sensorial materials help children develop cognitively by touching, seeing, smelling, tasting, listening, and exploring and ‘playing’ with the specially designed materials.  These materials have built-in feedback to show when errors have been made, allowing children to be more independent.

The Mathematics materials help children build strong  mathematical foundation by allowing them to work with concrete materials and prepare children for the gradual transition to abstract thinking.

Language is woven into all parts of the program. The children learn that words are made of sounds, and each sound has a symbol. After knowing the sound and symbol for each letter of the alphabet, they begin to build words. We adopt a multi-sensory approach that combines phonics, stories and language experiences to bring meaning to the learning of reading and writing.

Cultural activities include fun and meaningful projects which allow children to explore and discover the world around them through science, geography and history. Activities include identifying continents, countries, oceans, places, people animals, plants etc.