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Unique About MVJIS

Montessori students learn through hands-on experience rather than instruction

Our program builds a resilient foundation for 21st century learners. We would like to travel with each child, holding his or her hand only when necessary, allowing individual learning and discovery but with the assurance that support is available.

" I hear, I forget:
I see, I remember:
I experience, I understand. "

Dr. Maria Montessori

Reimagining Education

A day at MONT

At MVJIS, the option of Montessori day Programme is designed for children of Playgroup and Montessori from 9:30 am - 1:00 pm. We have seen in the past that the interaction with peers and teachers in a planned and structured manner goes a long way.

Art @ MVJIS

Art at MVJIS is a serious programme. Even older children first draw and then write. Somehow the world takes away this ability in later years. At MVJIS, art starts early with an exploration of color and advances into an understanding of art from around the world, developing children's own innate style over the years.

Art @ MVJIS

Art at MVJIS is a serious programme. Even older children first draw and then write. Somehow the world takes away this ability in later years. At MVJIS, art starts early with an exploration of color and advances into an understanding of art from around the world, developing children's own innate style over the years.

Grow to Read, Read to Grow

Early literacy skills- defined as those, which begin to develop in the preschool years- includes alphabet knowledge, letter writing, phonological awareness, and oral language. Moreover, reading aloud has been singled out as the most important activity in acquiring literacy.

Montessori Methodology


MONT-I 2.8 years, MONT-II 3.8 years, MONT-III 4.8 years

Children are sheltered by warmth of individual attention by special Montessori trained teachers. Students work with stimulating materials to develop concentration and a love for learning.

Children are divided into the following categories on the basis of their age – Montessori Playgroup, Montessori I – Sub Juniors, Montessori II - Juniors and Montessori III - Seniors. Each section is called an Environment limited to 20 children. A daily routine of prayer time, brain-gym time, rhyme time, work time and play time, is established.

The Montessori system develops a sense of responsibility and independence in children. Activity based learning is the core of this methodology.

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Daily Quest

9:30 am to 1:30 pm
Sat-Sun happy holidays for Montessori.

Why the world works the way it does? Do birds have ears? How do wheels move? How do we have different seasons? These are some of the important relevant questions that pre-schoolers are curious about; learning with inquiry and thinking purposefully with direction and interest is essential in the classrooms of the Montessori students during the Quest sessions.

Early childhood is the stage where students are open minded, curious and stimulated with new thoughts and ideas. This is the perfect opportunity for the students to be engaged with scaffolded interactions, discussions and conversations that will begin to set them off on an inquiry cycle. The Quest classroom aims to keep the thirst for new knowledge and information alive with various sensorial and stimulating experiences.

Students are taken through the journey of guided inquiry in the classrooms with themes that are chosen at the beginning of the term. Various subjects like science, social science, and arts are chosen for the inquiry cycle. Multiple skills and personal development opportunities are thrown into the classroom discussions to help students enjoy the experiences that a Quest classroom has to offer. Each unit of inquiry is covered for a period of five weeks with activities, interactions, collaborative discussions and individual portfolio assignments. Often, students come forth with new perspectives and ideas that further extend the unit of inquiry to new dimensions and areas.

Arrival Activity

Routine Circle Time

Concept Introduction

Exploring the learning centres – Language, Math, Art, Role play, Block, Discovery (Sand & Water, Sensory, Nature)

Story Time / Music & Movement / Creative Art / Outdoor

Look in detail what the quest holds for your young one

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Activities for Montessori's

Activities for Montessori Playgroup Toddlers & Montessori – I

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Activities for Montessori – I

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Activities for Montessori – II

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Activities for Montessori – II & III

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Activities for Montessori – III

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*Please note that all these activities are made available to the student based on his/her progress. As per their wish, students can also attempt activities that were previously covered. The pace of each activity is unhurried and teachers are available for assisting students with their activity.

Performing Arts+

Show and Tell+

Visual Arts+

Play Time+

Activity Time+

Puppetry+

Storytelling+