Our curriculum follows the guidelines of Association Montessori Internationale (AMI). AMI was established by Dr. Montessori to maintain, propagate and further her ideas and principles. AMI is the oldest and most respected authority on Montessori education Worldwide. 

The primary Classroom (ages 3-6) is divided into four main areas: Practical Life, Sensorial, Mathematics, and Language. However, subjects are not taught in isolation as the Montessori curriculum is interdisciplinary, interactive and interrelated. The academic growth of each child is very imortant to us and all the individual areas directly or indirectly support development of academic skills. 

Practical Life

Practical Life activities promote a sense of responsibility for oneself, others, and the environment. Buttoning, tying, washing, sweeping, pouring, sewing, and exercising grace and kindness are examples of real-life actions that children can watch at home. Fine motor skills are honed, procedures are followed in a systematic manner, and independence is gained. These activities help children to improve muscular coordination, learn to work at a task from beginning to end and develop their powers of control and concentration.


Using their senses, specially created items teach children concepts and language. By touching, seeing, smelling, tasting, listening, and investigating the physical aspects of their surroundings such as size, shape, color, weight, and sound, children can develop cognitive skills and learn to categorize and classify perceptions.


Mathematic exercises enable pupils to accomplish the operations of addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division by manipulating actual things. This work helps students build problem-solving abilities while also providing a thorough foundation of basic mathematical ideas.


Language development is essential for human growth. Oral language opportunities abound in our environment, allowing youngsters to engage in conversations, storytelling, and poetry. Sandpaper letters make it simple for kids to connect sounds and symbols. The moveable alphabet and metal insets assist the development of written expression and reading skills.

Music & Art

Children can participate in a variety of creative activities, including as songs, rhythm instruments, movement, and finger plays, as part of comprehensive art and music programs. Collage, painting, drawing, and crafts are all accessible on a daily basis.


Puzzle maps and land formations are used to present geography. It entails a respectful and admiring examination of people and cultures in our country and around the world.

Botany & Biology

Children can cultivate, collect, examine, and identify leaves, flowers, and plants in our outdoor environment. Insects, birds, amphibians, reptiles, fish, and mammals are also studied. These lessons and encounters with nature instill a deep respect for all living things.

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