Primary Community (3 yrs – 6 years)

Primary community – also known as Children’s House- is the stage where children are fairly independent. The classroom environment includes large spectrum of manipulative materials for learning practical life skills, refining sensory discrimination, enhancing language skills, learning mathematics, and learning cultural subjects. Children have a different experience every year as the role based on age and knowledge changes. The teacher is a catalyst stimulating new interests in new carefully chosen concepts and materials and allowing children to explore.

Primary Community

Primary Community

2nd language Spanish, geography, sciences, Math, art, music aside from Sensorial and practical exercises are knit in the curriculum. To derive full advantage of basic Montessori foundation, parents choose to complete the year 6 or crossing into 7 (based upon date of birth) and then opt to seek admission in Grade 1 either in public schools or Elementary Montessori.

Primary Community

Primary Community

Measured exposure to world cultures, cooking, music, dance, art, gardening, exploration of environment and sports is given throughout the Primary program

Focus Areas
  • Practical life exercises:include care of self, care of environment, and grace and courtesy lessons.
  • Sensorial exercises:include development of visual, auditory, tactile, gustatory, olfactory, thermic, baric, and stereognostic senses.
  • Language: includes development of spoken language, writing, reading, grammar, and creative writing.
  • Mathematics:includes learning numbers and counting with an understanding of the decimal system. Children learn the four major mathematical operations through specially designed pedagogical materials. The materials designed for mathematics serve as a bridge between concrete understanding and abstract realization.
  • Cultural Subjects:include the study of geography, history, science, nature, art, and music. This area is offered as a link to life around the world and throughout history.

Primary Community

Practical life exercises: include care of self, care of environment, and grace and courtesy lessons.

Primary Community

Mathematics: includes learning numbers and counting with an understanding of the decimal system. Children learn the four major mathematical operations through specially designed pedagogical materials. The materials designed for mathematics serve as a bridge between concrete understanding and abstract realization.

Primary Community

Language: includes development of spoken language, writing, reading, grammar, and creative writing

Primary Community

Primary Community

Sensorial exercises: include development of visual, auditory, tactile, gustatory, olfactory, thermic, baric, and stereognostic senses.

Primary Community
Cultural Subjects: include the study of geography, history, science, nature, art, and music. This area is offered as a link to life around the world and throughout history.