Montessori

Our curriculum fosters independence, creativity, and a love of learning in every child. TIMES Montessori empowers your child to choose their future.

Montessori education offers a personalized approach, harmonizing with your child's unique learning style, developmental stage, and passions. Children develop academic and well-being foundations through hands-on exploration, real-life applications, and innovative problem-solving.

The Montessori Method: A Unique Approach to Education

Dr. Maria Montessori's pioneering method offers a holistic, life-enhancing educational experience. In 1907, she opened the first Casa Dei Bambini, or Children's House, for children not yet of school age. Within a year, her groundbreaking approach enabled many students to read, write, and grasp basic mathematics. The Montessori Method soon gained global recognition.

The Prepared Environment, or the Montessori classroom, is at the heart of this approach. It's filled with educational materials that link learning outcomes to your child's needs and interests at specific stages of their development. Each resource progressively builds knowledge and skills across the five pillars of the Montessori Curriculum:

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Practical Life

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Sensorial

3

Mathematics

4

Language

5

Culture

In this dynamic environment, Montessori teachers observe your child's interests and introduce related materials that delight them. Learning is always engaging and purposeful.

Montessori works because it recognizes children learn in diverse ways and at different speeds. It meets them one-on-one where they are and fosters a sense of:

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Respect

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Independence

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Freedom to Choose

All this ignites an intrinsic motivation to learn. Children delight in learning, then apply themselves and can find their place in the world.