Let your child grow big in Montessori Curriculum!
The Little Hearts International Preschool endeavours each student to prepare for
academic, social and personal success and strive them to be globally minded
citizens in an atmosphere of mutual respect, understanding and trust.
The Management and staff are committed to work together to obtain outstanding
results in the academic, co - curricular and extra-curricular arenas.
Actually, what is education?
Education is a process of learning, acquiring skills, knowledge, beliefs, values and
habits. The various methods of education include storytelling, discussion,
teaching, training and research.
The Little Hearts International Preschool follow the education system of
Montessori schools. We follow all the principles put forward by Maria
Montessori. We give independence and freedom to children within the limits. We
focus on child’s psychological, social and physical development. We follow
Student centered activity
Three hours of continuous working time
Freedom of movement within the classroom
A trained Montessori teacher
Little Hearts International Preschool curriculum is designed to encourage learning
that focus on fostering children to develop holistically, morally, aesthetically and
globally including knowledge acquisition and academic skills.
Our areas of learning are designed to meet your child’s unique needs. It is suitable
for very young children, and it’s designed to be really flexible so that staff can
follow your child’s unique needs and interests.
We use the human development approach to education. We follow the published
works, pedagogy, lessons and materials introduced by her in her teacher training
Montessori curriculum focus on free activity within a prescribed limit. It allows
the child to move freely within the prescribed environment. It helps the child to
interact with the environment freely. This environment of learning allows the
child to develop independence in all areas, and it will lead to the overall
development of the child.
Principles of Montessori curriculum
1. Even though they are children they should be respected for their individuality.
2. The first six years of age in children are highly formative.
3. Children have their ability to direct their own learning without the support of
4. It is during the early childhood period, children’s minds accept new
5. Recollection of material does not increase the skill of children, but it reduces
At classrooms of Montessori School, children choses their work. All activities are
child centered. The teacher only observes child’s behaviour and understands the
factor that motivates them and encourage the children to learn. After close
observation, the teacher gives the appropriate learning materials to the children.