Course Curriculum

Our Montessori environment offers a seamless educational experience for your child. Our Montessori trained adults share a common vision, guided by Dr. Montessori’s principles. As your children progress through each level, the curriculum builds upon his or her experiences in the previous program, offering a uniterrupted continuum of education.

Montessori / Pre-Primary Program :

our_team_2 Our Montessori environment is designed to meet the developmental needs of children 1 year 10 months to 6 years of age. Green Dot offers a rich learning environment full of materials in math, language, science, geography, cultural studies, art, and music. These areas are integrated. For example, A geography lesson also has elements of language and geometry.

Practical Life :

our_team_2 This area of the curriculum is designed to invite the young learner to act and work on real life tasks that foster independence, coordination, order and concentration. It is in a sense the doorway to the Montessori curriculum. This is the area where the child may first choose independent work. The practical life area contains many attractively displayed objects familiar to the child, including a variety of items commonly used in the tasks of daily living, like eating, dressing and cleaning.They offer the child meaningful, non-threatening modes of activity. The materials are also carefully designed and demonstrated to help teach skills involved with caring for the environment and the self, to encourage responsibility, autonomy and to promote high self-esteem.

Sensorial Material :

our_team_2 Sensorial materials serves as tools for child’s development .Children build cognitive skills , and learn to order and classify impressions by isolating the physical properties such as shape , colour , texture, Sound , smell , weight , size . This rich experience of working with materials gets internalised and remains with the children throughout their lives.

Language :

our_team_2 Children acquire oral language skills naturally from his /her environment. Adults must provide opportunities for the development of written language and reading. The Montessori environment is rich with different language materials like sand paper letters, moveable alphabets which help children associate the symbol with sound effortlessly, encouraging children to develop writing and reading skills. Working with EPL & Sensorial materials serves as preparation for reading & writing


Arithmetic :

our_team_2 In a Montessori environment arithmetic is introduced with the help of specific materials. The child gradually moves from the study of concrete mathematical concepts to abstract ones. These activities gives children a sound understand of basic mathematical principles such as addition, subtraction ,multiplication, division which prepares them for later abstract reasoning and helps to develop problem-solving capabilities.

Culture :

our_team_2 In a Montessori environment, arithmetic is introduced with the help of materials. This learning from physical materials facilitates the increase in cognitive skills of a child. The child gets a sound understanding of the basic mathematical principles such as addition, subtraction, multiplication and division which enable metacognitive skills and help develop problem solving capabilities.

Extended session :

our_team_2 Extended session is a part of the last year of the pre-primary to prepare the children to their continued learning beyond pre-primary.
Before children move to Grade-1 they are helped to adapt to the traditional school system & longer work cycles.