Practical life 

Provide real experiences observed and done in daily life, serving as a bridge for the child from the home to the school environment.

Help in the development of coordination of movement, sense of order and concentration that will lead the child towards independence. Provide activities that focus on the care for the self and his environment.

Sensorial exercises for development

Refine the senses by isolating one quality such as shape, color, size, weight, texture, sound and smell. Develop a sense of order which will help train the intellect to put order to the various experiences the child has acquired.


Introduces the concept of the decimal system of numeration using quantity and symbols. Provides concrete to abstract experiences in numeration and basic math operations. The children are also introduced to fractions and geometry at early age.


The Montessori classroom is designed in such a way that all activities gear themselves naturally towards the development of the skills required for oral and written language and reading. The children are introduced to the phonetic sounds of letters through sandpaper letters followed up by stringing the sounds together to build words. The child goes through leveled reading and writing (pink, blue, and green scheme).

Cultural subjects

Botany and Zoology:- The children are exposed to the study of plant and animal kingdom. This includes the study of their structures, life cycles, habitats and classification. Geography:- The children learn about land, water, continents, countries, oceans, landforms, water bodies, and solar system. Timeline:-The children learn about the past and the present. They understand the concept of time through prehistoric timeline and their own timeline. The children also get familiar to calendar (learning about days, weeks, months and years)

Theme and Creative activities

Creativity is fundamental to a successful learning. The children are encouraged to develop their imagination and ability to communicate by expressing their ideas and feelings creatively through various art mediums such as drawing, painting, colouring, collage, play dough etc.

Music and Movement

Music and movement come very naturally to young children and play an important role in their physical and cognitive development. It develops rhythm and coordination in a child. It is designed to nurture and refine child’s musical abilities and use these abilities to express themselves.