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Video on the benefits of Montessori curriculum at the Kindergarten level:


Program Options Timings Days Options
1. Extended Day 8:30am – 2:30pm 5 days/Week
2. All Day 6:30am – 6:30pm 5 days/Week

Montessori Philosophy & Curriculum Aims

The Kindergarten program further extends upon the concrete Montessori exercises the children participated in during the Pre-Primary program. The materials and lessons of the classrooms are arranged from simple to complex and concrete to abstract, so that the child may learn by choice of materials. Each piece of the Montessori apparatus is designed to give children a new experience and to develop a specific concept. Children qualifying for the Kindergarten Program are provided opportunities to work with advanced skills in Language, Math, Geography, Science, Social-Studies. Kindergarten students also engage in Spanish, Computers and Library in addition to Music and PE classes once a week. These additional lessons are conducted in the afternoon by trained Montessori staff.

Kindergarten Program Activities

  • Practical Life area activities to develop independence, self-confidence, orderliness, coordination and concentration
  • Working with the didactic (self-teaching)  sensorial materials that inspire children and sharpen their senses
  • An array of Montessori materials to develop vocabulary, pre reading and writing skills
  • Hands on approach to learning Math, to comprehend the abstract materials
  • Science exploration and Geographic awareness using the Montessori materials
  • Integrated Art activities to explore different media and textures
  • Cultural enrichment with ongoing celebrations of Fall Festival, different cultural celebrations, International day and Field day etc
  • Spanish Lessons with the Spanish Language teacher
  • Daily outdoor play that involves free play and organized games
  • Weekly lesson with the physical education teacher
  • Weekly lesson with  the Music teacher