What to Expect?

At our HD Preschool center, your child skills, abilities, and personality will develop in various environments. We have ensured that these environments are equipped with interesting Montessori objects and activities that invite the children to conduct their own experiences.

Montessori Curriculum will comprise of :

Practical Life

The prepared environments are meant to enable independent    learning and exploration with a lot of movement and activity at child’s own pace. Practical life exercises give the children a taste of real life through simple purposeful daily activities like folding clothes, sewing buttons, braiding the hair, grating, and cutting vegetables, rolling out dough, etc.…These  activities  develop  motor  control  and coordination, concentration and independence and a sense of responsibility. 



It is important to provide as many sensorial experiences as possible to a child of 2-6 years. Our sensory environment is equipped with spices, perfumes, etc. to introduce the children to and enable them to differentiate between smells. 

A large collection of auditory accessories and toys help the children recognize sounds, varying pitches, tones and loudness. We use color tablets with various tones and shades of each color to aid in visual recognition skills. 


The Montessori language and literacy programme is based on          phonetics. The children learn communication through conversational exercises, storytelling and reading. We also involve parents in a weekly Read To Me programme. 



In our Arithmetic environment your child manipulates, experiments and      understands abstract concepts through concrete objects like rods, spindles, cards, beads, cubes and counters. The children comprehend and perform    addition, subtraction, multiplication, division and even the basics of fractions.  

Culture & Geography

The Cultural subjects in our Montessori Preschool classrooms  provide our students with a first exposure to the many areas of knowledge they will encounter later on – and enable them to acquire an early interest in learning about the world, its natural wonders, its people, history  and  culture, its music and art. Children in the Montessori 3-6 environment learn about their physical world. They can touch a sphere and compare the shape to the globe. They build landforms using play dough and fill water forms with water. Montessori puzzle maps are meant to be taken apart and put back together again as children develop an understanding of continents and oceans. These Montessori hands-on activities build long term memory by physically engaging the hand.