Sensory Development

Pratical Living



Our classrooms are well-stocked with a variety of Montessori materials, which appeal to our young, hands-on learners. Our enriched Music Program helps students identify different tones, volumes, rhythms, etc.

We teach basic life skills like washing hands and sitting at the table to eat, changing between indoor and outdoor clothes independently, and using the washroom when required. Our students also learn social skills, such as good manners, cooperation, and responsibility.

Learning how to communicate through different means is important to us. Our students in the Montessori program learn English, French, and Chinese. They learn how to speak, write, and read in all three languages, which helps them communicate with others in different settings.

Teaching the students science, geography, history, and arts is part of our curriculum. The students use these subjects to better understand the world they live in and how they can influence it. They explore different cultures and learn the differences and similarities, which helps them respect others.

The Montessori education was developed by Dr. Maria Montessori, whose approach is characterized by an emphasis on independence, freedom within limits, and respect for the natural psychological, physical, and social development of a child.

AT MMPS, the students, are the natural learners who explore and learn through experience with the teachers. Not only do the teachers teach typical academic classes (literacy, math, science, etc.) and the arts, but they also teach skills that students need to better understand the world they live in independently.

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