Over 100 years ago in Italy, Maria Montessori discovered the unique child. The carefully designed classroom environment and Montessori materials are still today proving efficient, effective and exceptional.


This avenue promotes the development of motor skills through various activities, aiming at developing good muscular coordination, concentration and independence, as well as respect of the environment and others. It promotes refinement of both gross and fine motor skills. Practical life is the base of all Montessori avenues.


This avenue was created by Dr. Maria Montessori to help the child develop his/her senses and keen sense of observation. This avenue develops children’s physical senses; taste, hearing, sight, touch and smell, through various activities and materials, and prepares them for challenges to come in future avenues.

“The most important period of life in a child’s life is the first one; the period from birth to the age of six. For that is the time when man’s intelligence itself, his greatest implement is being formed.”
Dr. Maria Montessori


Language activities includes preparing the hand for writing and sandpaper symbols of the alphabet. Between the ages of 3-l/2 and 4-l/2 children are presented with this material and continue working through it as they get older. The language material uses the phonics system. Children learn how to read and write in French.


Montessori mathematics is presented in a concrete way – through material that the child can manipulate to help the learning process. The child uses diverse symbols. The activities are designed to help the child understand basic mathematics symbols with sandpaper numbers, pairing quantities and numerals with spindle box as well as different equations (addition, subtraction, multiplication and division), the decimal system and more challenging math activities.


Includes basic world geography, science and history (provinces, countries, continents, flags of different countries, Canadian National anthem, life cycles of different animals, parts of different animals, the calendar, (days of the week, months of the year, and their origins) and the seasons.