About Learning tree Montessori

Igniting the Potential

“Montessori theory is an educational approach that emphasizes individualized instruction and self-paced learning. It is based on the belief that children are naturally curious and capable of learning independently.”

In Learning tree Montessori our approach to education is centered around the following core values which guide our interaction with children everyday. We are focused on self-directed activity, hands-on learning and collaborative play.

In learning tree montessori we act in accordance with the five principles of the Montessori method is

1. Respect for the child
Maria Montessori believed that a child not only needs to be loved, nurtured and cared for, but also respected. Demonstrating respect for your child early on helps them grow to be courteous, kind, thoughtful, and compassionate.

2. The absorbent mind
Montessori coined the term the absorbent mind. This was after four decades of working with young children. We often hear that children have minds like a sponge, they just absorb everything.

3. Sensitive periods
Sensitive period refers to a period of time when a child’s interests are focused on developing a particular skill or knowledge area. According to Montessori Theory, the most important sensitive periods occur between birth and age six.

4. The prepared environment
The prepared environment is a calm and structured learning space where children know what to expect. There are dedicated shelves of materials for each curriculum area, designated space to work at a table or on the floor, an area for meal times, and the ellipse where the children gather together.

5. Auto education
Auto education means Self-teaching and self-learning through the use of the didactic materials, objects and activities within the Montessori environment. Control of Error: Features of the learning material (or activity) which allows the child to detect if mistakes or errors have been made.


Creating a happy and nurturing environment in which children feel comfortable to discover and achieve their full potential, flexible and creative in addressing each student as a unique individual.


In Learning Tree Montessori we bestow a child the intellectual, emotional, and physical rigor needed to become a self-directed learner, flexible thinker, creative problem solver, and support their ever-increasing curiosity about the world in which they live.With this foundation, our students will go on to become positive, contributing members of their immediate and global communities.

Maria Montessori

Maria Montessori was an Italian physician, educator, and innovator, acclaimed for her educational method that builds on the way children learn naturally.She opened the first Montessori school—the Casa dei Bambini, or Children’s House—in Rome on January 6, 1907. Subsequently, she traveled the world and wrote extensively about her approach to education, attracting many devotees. There are now thousands of Montessori schools in countries worldwide.

Maria Montessori, is a child-centered approach to education, one that gives a child access to a comprehensive curriculum without the need for standardized tests and homework. Everything about the classroom is designed to be multi-sensory and hands-on, giving the aspect of play to all the tasks.

3 Pillars Of A Montessori Education

  • Prepared Environment. The first pillar of Montessori education is the importance of a prepared environment.
  • Materials. The second pillar of Montessori education is found in the unique materials used to support learning.
  • Teacher as Guide.