Montessori House Of Children

Montessori Education

Toddler program – ( 2- 2 1/2yrs) 9.00 am - 12.30 pm

The toddler years are the time when children use their bodies, senses to make sense of their world, in ways most meaningful and effective for them. Dr. Montessori was one of the first educators to recognize the first few years of a child’s life as critical to the development of personality and intellect. Toddlers are actively seeking out information, they learn quickly and easily, and are especially interested in demonstrating independence.
This is the time for children to explore and discover through active play, since children learn best by doing. In addition, our facilitators give toddlers responsive, individualized attention to help build skills in:

Primary program – ( 2 1/2- 6yrs)

The Montessori Primary program offers a unique, mixed-age classroom environment, for children approximately 3 to 5 years old. Here, children engage in individual learning experiences, as well as one-on-one interactions, which are integral to the Montessori Method.

As children get older, they tend to see things that adults find ordinary as very interesting and special. Practical life exercises like sorting, pouring, or washing dishes absorb them completely.

We recognize this as the beginning of control and coordination of mind and body. That’s why Montessori learning revolves around tangible, hands-on experiences.

Children use concrete materials to learn math; movable alphabet letters to explore language; and cubes, cylinders and other objects to categorize, find spatial relationships, and more. Practical learning experiences explore key subjects including:

In the process, children are discovering independence, confidence and innovation .

Elementary Program -Lower Elementary(6 years to 9 years) Upper Elementary (9years -12 years old)

Montessori Elementary Education - Lower Elementary (6 to 9 years) and Upper Elementary(9 to 12 years)

The Montessori Elementary school program develops unique, sensitive individuals. With a solid foundation laid in the Primary classroom, this is the stage at which your children are ready for abstract thought, which leads to mastering abstract concepts.

Students work in an environment that is conducive to learning courtesy, tolerance, and respect of others. They exercise their will power to make decisions and are encouraged to use their time wisely, and see mistakes as an opportunity to learn. These are all skills they will need throughout their lives.

In the Montessori Elementary program, children are encouraged to express themselves and to self-teach by researching. Through research, they are able to share an abundance of knowledge with each other.

This early education program combines physical and emotional development with the academic disciplines.

This non-competitive environment fosters a love for learning and allows their natural curiosity to lead the way.