Montessori Enrichment (2-6 years old)

Montessori Enrichment Program

Montessori education emphasizes holistic development, which includes independence, self-discipline,
respect for others, and the development of a lifelong learning attitude.
We have created an engaging environment for our students, becoming a gateway for them to connect
with and explore the world. Through activities across 5 learning stages, we guide students to
continuously make new discoveries in their learning journey, thereby constructing their own system of

  • Each learning stage lays the foundation for the next one.
  • Students will receive an assessment report after completing each stage of 36 lessons.
  • Students who complete the 5 learning stages will be awarded a Montessori certificate.
  • Age range: 2 to 6 years old.
  • Attendance is 2 to 5 days per week.
Montessori Enrichment

Learning Progression

Suitable for PN, K1 and K2 students
Practical life education is a core component of Montessori education. It involves teaching children to perform basic tasks of everyday life, such as self-care, caring for their environment and social etiquette.
Practical life activities help young children enhance their confidence, independence and cultivate their self-care and problem-solving abilities. These activities can improve children’s focus, coordination, and fine motor skills. By completing one small task after another, they also learn the value of delayed gratification. More importantly, practical life education teaches children to respect others and their environment, which are invaluable social etiquettes and rules.
Suitable for PN and K1 students
Montessori Sensorial education enhances children’s perceptual abilities through various sensorial materials and activities, helping them understand the world through sensory experiences, and developing good sensory abilities is the foundation of learning and cognitive development. Montessori Sensorial education lays a solid foundation for children’s overall development through creative and diverse sensory activities. For instance, children may experience differences through feeling various textures, or understand color gradation by arranging color tablets in order.
Suitable for K2 to K3 students
Through intuitive and interactive learning materials, Montessori Geography education fosters young children’s recognition and appreciation of this diverse and interconnected world from an early age, and guides them in exploring and understanding the world through concrete teaching materials and hands- on activities. Learning geography at a young age is not merely memorizing maps or naming places, but involves building a close and responsible connection to the world through the perception and understanding of the world and its cultural environments.
Suitable for K2 and K3 students
Montessori Zoology and Botany are integral elements of the Montessori curriculum designed to foster an early appreciation for the natural world in children.
Montessori Zoology offers an in-depth study of animals and their habitats, whereas Montessori Botany seeks to engage children’s innate curiosity about the natural world. Introducing these subjects early on acquaints children with captivating fields of study and fosters their enthusiasm for science and nature.
Suitable for K2 and K3 students
Designed for more advanced students who have already started writing, students will leverage their cumulative learning from previous stages and translate prior knowledge into written vocabulary. This multifaceted language learning approach encourages a deeper understanding of concepts which also strengthens linguistic skills. Students will engage in activities that allow them to merge existing knowledge with newly acquired vocabulary, fostering precise and meaningful expression. Through this process, this final learning stage promises to enrich students’ written communication skills, solidifying the link between learning and its application in the realm of language.
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