Toddler playing with utensils Toddler learning to button a shirt

Our Toddler classroom is a nurturing environment where younger children have the freedom to safely explore and learn through discovery.

The space is organized, clean, and uncluttered with child-sized furniture.

The atmosphere is positive, supportive, and non-competitive, which gives them an obvious joy in 'work' which builds self-confidence, concentration, and critical thinking skills.

The environment is language-rich, with adults using proper nomenclature rather than baby talk so that the children are exposed to and develop a broad vocabulary.

Based on daily observations, teachers introduce new materials and activities that develop curiosity and stimulate learning.

These Learning activities include:

  • Self-care activities: Such as dressing up, using the toilet, washing one's hands, and making snacks all according to the child's personal capacity.
  • Large motor skills: Like walking, balancing, running, climbing steps, and jumping.
  • Fine motor skills: Like grasping, reaching, using utensils, doing artwork, picking up objects, transferring objects, and more.
  • Caring for the environment: Food preparation, cleaning up after work, taking care of plants and animals.
  • Social skills: Interacting with peers, developing social behavior and language with other children, adults and teachers throughout the day.
  • Language skills: Such as naming objects, discussing pictures, having conversations, singing, and more.

"Education must begin at birth."

~ Maria Montessori

Primary Environment

Toddler learning to count Kid learning to write numbers

The Montessori primary program offers a unique, mixed-age classroom environment, for children approximately 3 to 6 years old.

Our environment is a carefully prepared, purposeful, and aesthetic learning space for self-directed activities, allowing for an inner desire to learn. A child, three years of age, seeks to become independent. Often one hears the young child say, “Let me do it myself!” Children also want to imitate adults around them. They need to practice self-help skills that are necessary to develop into independent individuals.

Teachers guide children by offering new challenges within work from time to time, ensuring the child's interest to learn is kept alive. Each area of the Montessori classroom has specific goals in supporting the child to become an integrated individual.

  • Practical Life activities fall into four main categories: care of self, care of the environment, control of movement, and grace and courtesy.

    These include activities such as sweeping, pouring, washing dishes, setting the table, and sewing builds self-confidence in the child's work and develop their concentration, order, coordination, and independence. These are activities that the child usually sees happening around him in his day to day life. Grace and courtesy lessons are designed to help the children feel comfortable with others and refine their social graces.

  • The Sensorial area is unique to the Montessori environment. Each child learns from its sensory abilities through touch, smell, taste, texture, and sound. Sensorial materials have what is called "control of error", meaning that the child not only works with the material but has a way to check their work rather than relying on the teacher to do it for him. This is done to help promote confidence, independence, accountability and problem-solving on the part of the child.
  • The Language area supports learning the shapes and sounds of letters, matching words and pictures, and composing words with the Moveable alphabet. They explore phonetic reading, phonograms, grammar material, and word study. Children have access to books at all times in the environment. They also have a space called the reading corner, to sit by themselves or with others and read. Children also work at refining their pencil control to make writing effortless and joyful. This is aided by the metal insets.
  • In the Math area , children are formally introduced to mathematical concepts in order of concrete to abstract; starting with tactile impressions of quantities and progressing to memorization. The child develops concepts, such as place value, numeration, fractions, and simple operations of addition, multiplication, subtraction, and division.
  • The Culture area is offered in ways that the child truly experiences it. He is acquainted with various groups, such as botany, zoology, geography, history, music, art, and general science. In geography, children are exposed to maps, flags, landforms, animals, language, etc. from all 7 continents which supports their understanding of the world around them.
  • In Science area, children learn about botany like plants, trees, leaves, flowers, etc, and different classifications of animals like mammals, amphibians, reptiles, birds, insects, dinosaurs, etc. Children have interactive experiences as they perform hands-on science experiments.
  • Art exposes children to learning skills such as pasting, drawing, cutting, painting, and collage making. Every month we highlight a different artist and talk about their art in terms of their colour choices, the subjects they chose. This is offered to the child in the form of stories and life experiences so he can live it to understand it.


Toddler sleeping in a Crib in Daycare

Managing your home and work is a daunting task. Daycare can give you that peace of mind you have been longing for. We help parents focus on their daily routine worry-free, as they can rest assured that their children are in safe hands by providing a safe, hygienic, and enriching environment for children ages 1.5 to 8 years old. We offer an extensive program after school and planned activities to keep them busy with age- appropriate grouping.

Timings: 9:00 am to 3:30 pm.

Summer camp

Children playing and doing fun activities Child learning to roll dough

Summer learning need not be boring!!! As we provide fun and engaging activities for your child. While they are having fun and exploring their own interests, they are also increasing their own capacities for learning, teamwork, problem-solving, knowledge, and self-awareness. Our Summer camp lasts for four weeks and is eligible for 3 years to 12 years old.

  • Phonics
  • Art and craft
  • Deeniyat
  • Fireless cooking
  • Baking
  • Storytelling
  • Water pool
  • Fun Games

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