AMI Montessori

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The Montessori approach is based on the lifelong work of Dr Maria Montessori who dedicated her life to improving the Education of children. Maria Montessori made the observation that every child wants to learn spontaneously. She Identified what came to be known as “the universal characteristics of childhood” regardless of where children were born or how they were brought up. These characteristics of childhood are qualitatively different from adulthood. As such childhood deserves our respect and attention. The Montessori method suggests that children learn best in an environment that has been prepared to enable them to do things for themselves. A child-centered learning environment should promote freedom for children to explore materials of their choice.

Concepts at work in the Montessori curriculum 
1.Absorbant mind 
2.Concrete to abstract 
3.Control of error 
4. Coordination of movement 
5. False fatigue 
6. Freedom with limits 
7. Grace and courtesy 
8. Learning through play 

Importance of a Montessori classroom Beginning at a very early stage in life, the Montessori nurtures order, concentration, and independence. International classroom design, materials and daily routines support the toddlers growing up to adolescents emerging with “Self Regulation.” 
(the ability to educate one’s self, and think about what one is learning) The most important aspect of Montessori education is respecting the child. This respect manifests itself as providing as much opportunity for independence as possible, by creating a prepared environment that provides freedom with limits. The Montessori curriculum offers children five key areas of study: Practical life, Sensorial, Mathematics, Language, and culture. Each learning area is made up of a set of Montessori materials.
Our A.M.I Montessori school is divided into three sections according to their respective age groups.

We have a well qualified, experienced, and efficient staff to provide a quality Education for your child’s future

  • Lower Nursery (age group 2 1/2 - 3 1/2)
  • Upper Nursery (age group 3 1/2 - 4 1/2)
  • Pre Grade (age group 4 1/2 - 5 1/2)