In Montessori Children’s House we guide children with the method of Dr. Maria Montessori.

What does it mean for us?

Our Montessori philosophy fosters self-sufficiency, patience, concentration and creativity in your children, balanced with a focus on their safety, tidiness and mutual respect for others.
We also dedicate enough time for activities designed to develop needed fine and gross motor skills.

Our environment consists of 5 specific areas – Practical life, Sensorial development, Language, Mathematics and Culture & Sciences. Each area is equipped accordingly with special materials available.

Practical life

This is a very important part of the Montessori environment. This is the first contact of your child with our classroom. Here are the activities your child knows already from home. Here we talk mainly about safe walking and space orientation, manipulation with daily objects, polite behavior, self care and basic maintenance and preparation of snacks. This area prepares children indirectly for writing , reading and mathematics.

Sensorial development

 The children in this young age explore things around them with all senses. The results are amazing when we encourage them with special material which is colorful, neat, with logical sequence and isolates one sense and one quality. The children encounter new sensations like perceiving and differentiation of sizes, colours, shapes, sounds, structures, weight, temperature and whatever else their imagination invents.

Language

All of our daily activities are done in English language. Our instruction materials develop their English skills in a creative and playful way. We start with speaking, then writing and reading. Their language skills are enhanced through the other subjects they encounter throughout their time at our school.

Mathematics

The children become acquainted with mathematics by using their hands. Through the use of their hands they learn units, tens, hundreds and thousands. Next the children explore how to count even higher and how to add, subtract, multiply and divide. We also work with verbal tasks and fractions.

Culture & Sciences

A beautiful area the children are in touch with every day. In our classroom they use maps, globes, plants, animals, experiments. They differentiate what is animate and inanimate. We learn about time, history, seasons, months, days and hours. We also explore outside in the garden where the children learn how to care for plants and animals.

Practical life

This is a very important part of the Montessori environment. This is the first contact of your child with our classroom. Here are the activities your child knows already from home. Children have done those or have seen parents doing those. Here we talk mainly about safe walking and space orientation, manipulation with daily objects, polite behavior, self care and basic maintenance and preparation of snacks. This area prepares children indirectly for writing , reading and mathematics.

Sensorial development

The children in this young age explore things around them with all senses. The results are amazing when we encourage them with special material which is colorful, neat, with logical sequence and isolates one sense and one quality. The children encounter new sensations like perceiving and differentiation of sizes, colours, shapes, sounds, structures, weight, temperature and whatever else their imagination invents.

Language

All of our daily activities are done in English language. Our instruction materials develop their English skills in a creative and playful way. We start with speaking, then writing and reading. Their language skills are enhanced through the other subjects they encounter throughout their time at our school.  

Mathematics

The children become acquainted with mathematics by using their hands. Through the use of their hands they learn units, tens, hundreds and thousands. Next the children explore how to count even higher and how to add, subtract, multiply and divide. We also work with verbal tasks and fractions.

Culture & Sciences

A beautiful area the children are in touch with every day. In our classroom they use maps, globes, plants, animals, experiments. They differentiate what is animate and inanimate. We learn about time, history, seasons, months, days and hours. We also explore outside in the garden where the children learn how to care for plants and animals.