• header_logo_whiteSM2DISCOVER THE SMALL WORLD CURRICULUM
    Practical Life, Sensorial, Mathematics, Language, and Cultural Subjects

  • THE PRACTICAL LIFE AREA

    provides the foundation of the Montessori classroom by strengthening the students’ fine motor skills. Polishing, pouring, and table scrubbing help develop the self-confidence and concentration necessary for more advanced areas of the classroom.

  • THE SENSORIAL AREA

    helps the students become aware of detail. Works like the Pink Tower and the Red Rods introduce students to math concepts by allowing them to explore colors, weights, shapes, textures, sizes, sounds, and smells.

  • THE MATHEMATICS AREA

    features a hands-on strategy for helping students understand and develop a sound foundation in math and geometry. The curriculum spans from basic works of one through ten to addition, multiplication, and fractions.

  • THE LANGUAGE AREA

    contains pre-reading, phonics, and handwriting works to build language and early literacy skills while expanding the students’ vocabularies. Sequencing, opposites, and matching are just a few of the pre-reading works that establish a basis for literacy.

  • THE CULTURAL SUBJECTS AREA

    has a variety of works that help expand the students’ knowledge of the world: geography, botany, zoology, and telling time.

  • What are parents saying?

    • "From my first visit, I knew this was the place."
    • "I am completely in awe of the Montessori methods and the teachers."
    • Small World Montessori is like another home for my children.