Montessori Program

Mont (Play Group)

Our classroom flourishes under the guidance of trained teachers in a “prepared environment.” During the formative years, children easily learn daily life skills, strengthening skills, eye-hand coordination, gross and fine motor skills which they find fascinating. Activities in the preschool classroom include early language and number work, “practical life” (cooking, manners & personal care), introduction to cultures and geography, art and music activities, botany and zoology. A Montessori preschool education develops a creative, caring and confident child who loves to learn.

Mont1 (Nursery)

By teaching arithmetic, language and environmental studies with modern and progressive techniques of Montessori materials, students at Little Krishna Montessori School get into formal schooling set up as per the national educational guidelines. Understanding the age specific concepts by actively participating in Montessori Labs ensures their analytical abilities, probing techniques, personality and individuality is at par with the global Montessori students. Reading, writing and speaking becomes easy for kids with the help of our advance curriculum devised with the input from our international experts on Montessori.

Mont2 (LKG)

The kindergarten year is a culminating year of our preschool program. Kindergarten students continue working each morning on their lesson plans as well as socializing with and mentoring younger classmates. As leaders in the classroom, kindergartners enjoy privileges that come with being the eldest and most experienced students. .

Mont3 (UKG)

Our Mont3 program provides a challenging learning environment designed to stimulate curiosity and support moral, physical and intellectual development. This warm and exciting educational environment features a hands-on experiential approach to learning. This enables the student to move from simple to complex tasks and from concrete to abstract ideas whether in math, science, language or any other area. The Kindergartners continue their music studies along with physical education. The student leaves the Montessori program with the self-concept of a capable learner and contributor and with an optimistic vision of his or her own future.