Toddler Program


Age Group: 18 Months – 3 Years (For Children Who Are Not Fully Potty Trained)

Our classrooms are developed in a child-friendly environment where your child will be involved in different hands-on activities every day. It includes children-friendly furniture and constructive elements that help them develop physically and psychologically.

The classroom environment encourages the children to develop their inner-self and establish their fundamental movements and abilities. Our classrooms are warm, nurturing, and stimulating.

Our Toddler Program

  • Offers a safe and engaging environment for the child.

  • Builds confidence in his emerging skills and abilitiesPromotes self-trust as well as trust in the world around him Provides opportunities to gain confidence

  • Helps him gain independence in his daily tasks

  • Promotes his gross and fine motor skills

  • We also have a daily nap time depending on the child’s needs.



Practical life activities encourage the child to develop concentration, independence, coordination, self-awareness, self-control, and confidence. Children learn movement control, grace, and courtesy. 


Sensorial activities help the kids to refine all their senses, including sight, smell, taste, touch, and sound.  It also helps with fine motor skills.  The materials include cylinder blocks, brown stairs, and constructive triangles.


Language activities are based on phonetic awareness. The child works through hands-on and tactile language materials such as a moveable alphabet, sandpaper letters, and more. It helps the child to learn writing and reading.


Mathematics activities involve concrete learning materials like sandpaper numbers, number boards, number rods, spindle boxes, and more. They help the child to learn addition, subtraction, multiplication, fractions, and place value.


Cultural activities encourage the child to explore the natural world. It encompasses
Geography, Zoology, Botany, History, Art, and Science. The materials include globes, flags, and maps from different culture.


The Montessori approach believes teaching should involve activities that make learning fun and interesting. The classrooms and curriculum in a Montessori school are customized to assist the students in developing their imaginary, creativity, thinking, and social skills.