"The aim of education is to allow the child to develop into a complete human being with a sense of wonder and a love for life." Dr. Maria Montessori 

Practical Life

Practical Life is crucial in Montessori, fostering independence, coordination, concentration, order, and responsibility. It uses familiar objects like utensils, cleaning tools, and dressing frames, to teach life skills such as pouring, scooping, cutting, washing, and buttoning.


The materials in the Sensorial Area are designed to isolate specific sensory qualities, such as color, shape, texture, size, weight, and sound. Materials include the pink tower, color tablets, sound cylinders, and more. Each material offers a unique sensory experience for the child.


Real-life materials and activities are essential for language development in the Montessori method. Our language area offers sandpaper letters, moveable alphabets, picture cards, and story books to help children learn letter sounds, shapes, words, and sentences.


The Math Area in the Montessori classroom is designed to provide children with a hands-on, concrete understanding of mathematical concepts. Materials are sequenced from concrete to abstract, beginning with the spindle box and number rods to teach numbers and counting. As children advance, they work with more intricate materials to learn addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division.

Science and Geography

In the Science Area, children explore the properties of materials and living things, and basic physics and chemistry concepts using magnets, prisms, and magnifying glasses. In the Geography Area, children learn about the physical features of the earth, cultures, and traditions worldwide using materials like globes and puzzle maps to develop spatial awareness.