The Education Programs for Infants, toddlers and preschoolers are all centered on hands-on self-directed activities and play combined with hands-on learning. Teachers offer age-appropriate and skill-appropriate activities to manage their growth and to discover crucial learning areas.

Infant Program

Ages 0 – 2 Years

The Montessori Infant Program is designed with the belief that education should begin from birth. This program is focused on fostering the quickly developing infant as he tries to take steps to independence.  

  • Develop hand-eye coordination, fine and gross motor skills and visual discrimination.
  • Encourage language and social skills development.
  • Create opportunities that involve confidence independence when doing tasks.
  • Offer practical life activities as well as arts and crafts.
  • Create a safe, nurturing, and absorbing learning environment.

Toddler Program

Ages 2-3 Years

The Montessori Toddler Program covers the Five Curriculum Areas: Practical Life, Language, Mathematics, Sensorial, and Culture. There is also a strong focus on arts, culture, physical education, and community collaborations. Toddlers are exposed to sensory-based activities in order to address their growing demand for independence, movement, language, and sensorial discovery.

  • Encourage the development of critical thinking, curiosity, working independence, self-reliance, self-identity, and sense of belonging.
  • Sharpen gross motor coordination and fine motor skills.
  • Develop effective communication and social skills.
  • Promote respect for diversity and care for living things and the environment.
  • Create a safe, nurturing, and absorbing learning environment.

Preschool Program

Ages 3-6 Years

The Montessori Preschool Program fulfills the child’s natural yearning to learn through actual sensory experiences. By the use of self-teaching materials and under the guidance of a teacher, children are encouraged to choose their own tasks, work independently and accomplish the task at their own pace.

  • Prepare the Preschoolers for a Formal School Set-up.
  • Assist in the development of attention, independence, self-correction, self-motivation, and love for learning.
  • Promote positive social interactions through respectful and responsible communication.
  • Create opportunities for cultivating the imagination, inventive self-expression thus developing self-confidence.
  • Implement activities that reinforce concepts learned in the Five Curriculum Areas.
  • Create a safe, nurturing, and absorbing learning environment.

Enrichment Courses

Enrichment Courses are an integral component of Montessori learning. Children who are eligible for this program learn effective matters such as respect, compassion, responsibility, and appreciation for everything and anything. The following are offered on a weekly basis to enhance our daily programs:

Music, Arts and Culture

Multicultural subjects are considered as integral parts of our core curriculum. Children are exposed to history, music, and arts. They are encouraged to discover alternative ways of self-expression and that is through singing, drawing, painting, and the likes. Exposure to different cultures broadens the children’s point of view and develops their awareness which in turn teaches them to respect every individual.

Dance, Yoga, Gymnastics and Soccer Shots

Purposeful Movement’ is the heart of the Montessori Curriculum. By the integration of activities concentrated on eye-hand coordination and fine motor skills, these activities become ideal in keeping up with the needs of a fun-loving child. As the child becomes engaged, he absorbs principles and life skills like sharing, respect, confidence, teamwork, and many other positive attitudes. An active lifestyle habit is instilled in the child developing his coordination, balance, and agility while at the same time boosting a healthy body image through games and role-playing.

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