Early Childhood

Quantum Explorers

Using the American Montessori Society’s standards for curriculum and schedule, this program meets students’ educational, social, emotional, and personal development requirements. Our Early Childhood program is designed for children 3 to 6 years old. Here your child will experience calm, unhurried educational care while getting the support they need to build relationships in a playful and aesthetically pleasing environments. The Early Childhood program distinguishes itself by having the following characteristics:

The following are some of the academic subject areas:

Mathematics

The journey of numbers begins with counting objects in the environment, followed by recognizing relevant numbers and their sequence, both oral and written. After practicing single digit addition and subtraction with practical examples, children move on to other basic concepts such as flat and 3D shapes and comparison.

Language

Language is an integral part of the Montessori curriculum. Students begin by learning letters and their sounds through flashcards, games, and real-world objects. A successful reading and writing process begins with two and three letter word formations and sight words. 

Sensorial

Montessori education focuses on the development of a child’s five senses. Sorting, categorizing, and comparing different learning materials is the first step. They then classify shapes, sizes, colors, textures, and sounds into more complex categories. Through repetition, their sense of sight becomes much sharper.  

Practical Life

A Montessori education emphasizes the development of a child’s five senses. Sorting, categorizing, and comparing different learning materials is the first step. They then classify shapes, sizes, colors, textures, and sounds into more complex categories. Through repetition, their sense of sight becomes much sharper.

 

 

Early Childhood Montessori

Science

Scientists are born with scientific skills, which we nurture in school by observing, conducting experiments, and analyzing results. Consequently, they learn to observe processes closely around them, and to decode their reasoning. Through STEM activities and experiments, children develop critical thinking, which is an essential part of their cognitive development.  

Multicultural Studies

Multicultural studies allows children to discover their own cultural practices as well as those of their community. It contributes to cultural harmony and peace as well. We organize events in partnership with individuals, organizations, or communities around us in order to help them practice humility, compassion, generosity, and humanity. 

Meditation and Yoga

To ensure our Early Childhood students live their true authentic lives, our TM certified educators provide them with assistance in connecting with their inner-selves.

Physical Education

Students are encouraged to do physical activities like jumping, running, stretching, climbing, hopping, etc. 

Empowered History & Geography

Montessori education begins with students exploring their geographical identities and ancestors superficially. As a result, we lay the foundation for in-depth study of History and Geography as part of our curriculum in the future. Humans examine their parents, grandparents, and great grandparents to understand how they have evolved over the last few decades. In addition to learning their city, state, and country before entering elementary school, students also learn about their local area through our Montessori curriculum.

We nurture well-rounded global citizens through multicultural studies, foreign languages, literacy, self-governance, day trips, and field trips.