Our programs are available for 5 days a week on the following schedules.
|Half Day||8:30AM - 12PM|
|Extended Day||8:30AM - 2:30PM|
|Full Day||6:30AM - 6:30PM|
Infants: 3 months - 12 months
(This program is available only as full time 5days a week)
Our infants are in safe and secured environments. Our focus is on developing their motor skills through activities such as crawling, kicking and turning etc. We play music, make noises and clap to intellectually stimulate them. Reading and singing to them develop their language skills.
Toddlers: 12 months - 24 months
Our toddlers experience social interactions with other children in a very warm and caring environment. At this age, children begin to explore and discover their world. We focus on their social skills. The foundation is laid through the use of language, math, practical life, science and sensorial concepts.
Transition: 2 years - 3 years
Our focus for this group of children is to let them explore their environment freely as per their individual interests and inner needs. We provide a variety of materials so children can learn different concepts about language, numbers, sensorial and social sciences.
Pre-Primary/Primary: 3 years - 6 years
We provide opportunities to children for individual work, group activities and interaction with other children and teachers. They master concepts in math, science, language, geography and social sciences. We provide complete Montessori exercises, which enable them to learn several concepts at their own pace. Each activity is meant to provide children a new experience and develop a new concept.
Considered the gateway and the beginning of many lessons in the Montessori environment, practical life exercises are repetitious and help children learn to complete work from beginning to end by following a sequence of performance steps. Such activities and tasks children see as part of everyday life are, pouring, spooking, watering plants, table setting, buttoning, zipping, washing windows, preparing food, doing dishes, folding, flower arranging, along with grace and courtesy presentations in which children will understand and practice appropriate social behaviors. Practical life lessons are the foundation of independence and empower children to care for themselves.
Sensorial materials are special tools and lessons that increase a child's awareness of shapes, colors, and logical thinking with touching, seeing, tasting, smelling, by ordering and classifying the physical properties in their environment and work materials such as the pink tower, brown stairs, sand paper blocks, sound cylinders, color tablets, etc. These sensorial experiences will help a child to perceive the world around them.
Mathematic materials are used to help the child to learn and understand mathematical concepts by working with concrete materials. This work gives children a clear understanding of basic mathematical principals and prepares them for later abstract reasoning and problem solving capabilities. Mathematical lessons range from number recognition, place value, addition, subtraction, ordinal counting and all the way up to multiplication and division.
Language is vital to a child's development. Beginning with sand paper letters, children learn to connect sounds and symbols that encourages development of written expression and reading skills, soon thereafter children will move on to vocabulary development, sentence structure, reading comprehension, and writing skills.
A wide range of lessons and presentations that include geography, science, biology, botany, zoology, art, music, dance & movement. These subjects are presented to reinforce and enhance the experience in the classroom by helping children learn about other people, cultures, geographical studies, land, animals, plants, etc. broadening the scope of basic studies that will offer children an overall understanding and earned appreciation for the world around them.