Welcome to Kinderhaus Montessori

“Knowledge can best be given where there is eagerness to learn, so this is the period when seed of everything can be sown, the child’s mind being like a fertile field, ready to receive what will germinate into knowledge.”

Dr. Maria Montessori

Following Dr. Montessori's Path

Delivering Quality Education for All

We are dedicated to the philosophy of Dr. Maria Montessori. We believe in providing the most beneficial learning environment possible following Dr . Montessori’s teachings. We are committed to providing a quality Montessori program for students of diverse abilities and cultural backgrounds: Our focus is to prepare the “whole child” to be an independent, self-sufficient member of society.



The first few years are pivotal for a child’s personality and cognitive development, with milestones ranging from basic motor skills to social interaction. Guides provide nurturing attention and tailor environments to support children’s evolving needs, introducing Montessori materials and activities to foster holistic growth.


(2.5 YRS AND UP)

The Kinderhaus Montessori program fosters holistic growth by providing a calm, orderly environment equipped with scientifically-prepared materials. Children aged 2.5 to 6 years engage in self-directed learning within a multi-age setting, where teachers serve as guides, nurturing peer collaboration and individual exploration.


Tasha Baradoy
Tasha Baradoy
All three of my children have attended Kinderhaus and as a teacher myself I could not be more happy with the incredible quality of education my children have received. The staff is passionate about true Montessori education and educating the whole child including compassion, community and problem solving as well as fully developed number and letter sense. I am astounded at how their formative years at this school are clearly evident in their habits now that they are in school. Teachers comment on their disclipine, curiosity and social skills. Geetha is a diamond of an educator. The school offers a well researched structure for children to feel safe and challenge themselves - imperative to building confident children. I can’t say enough good things about Kinderhaus and highly recommend.
L. W
L. W
Enrolling our 2 children to Kinderhaus Montessori was one of the best decisions we have made relating to their education. Our daughter, currently in grade 2 went to this preschool and we continue to see some exceptional qualities in her to date. She is a determined student, always striving to be the best, she in an independent learner, a credit to the Montessori learning style, and her teachers have already identified her as a leader among her peers. Our youngest is in his second year at Kinderhaus Montessori and we could not be more pleased. The teachers continually work with the children individually and collectively to make sure they achieve their greatest potential. I would highly recommend this preschool to anyone looking for a great, safe, and fun learning environment for their child.
Julia Barnes
Julia Barnes
Both of my kids really liked this school. The staff are very good to the kids and really add to their development. Never had an issue with anyone at the school. The school itself is filled with lots of educational activities and is a clean and safe place.
Tanase Alina
Tanase Alina
Excellent place for my 3 year old son! This is the best decision I made for his development and behaviour. I enrolled him in Kinderhaus Montessori Preschool Millrise in February last year. At that time he could barely speak English, he would not listen (I felt like the words would fly by his ear). I could see the difference in his behaviour by June. This year he started talking fluently in English and developed a passion to learn new letters and numbers. He can now identify the sounds of many different letters and write them as well. His writing is amazing!! Kinderhaus Montessori Preschool teaches students in a way I hadn't seen before, students learn the sounds that lowercase letters make first, which is brilliant because it will help the students learn how to read faster than learning the names of uppercase letters first. Many many THANKS to Mrs. Jayasuria (the principal) and all the wonderful staff that my son loves!!!
Hong Dou
Hong Dou
My daughters like the preschool and they are happy to study there. After school, they told me they are happy and learned lots. I am satisfied with the preschool because my daughters are happy everyday. Thank the teachers.
Pialee G
Pialee G
Wonderful preschool...my daughter loves it and has learned so much!
Rima Mohseni Behbahani
Rima Mohseni Behbahani
An amazing first preschool experience! Now It is second year that our son attending this Montessori school .The teachers are brilliant, and the environment truly fosters a family feeling! Really can't say enough positive things! Kinderhaus Montessori Preschool provides a caring learning environment that gently introduces children to the school system.Our son has loved every moment!
Diana McLaughlin
Diana McLaughlin
This is the second year my son is attending the Montessori school and he absolutely loves the teachers and the music program. The prices are very reasonable. He has learnt so much and the classroom is very calm.



These are the everyday gestures, activities, and behaviours that the child sees performed by the adults. These exercises are exciting to children because they allow them to imitate adults. Imitation is one of the strongest urges during a child’s early years. These exercises help the children to develop their coordination of movement, patience and concentration.


Using sight, sound, touch, taste, and smell, the sensorial materials enable preschool children to order, classify, and comprehend their world. The Montessori sensorial materials help the child to distinguish, to categorize and to relate new information to what the child already knows.

Cultural Subjects

The cultural lessons (Geography, Biology History, Science, Music, Art, and Nature Study) make the classroom come alive, allowing the children to feel connected to the global human family. Therefore, the subjects are not taught individually but as connected parts of a whole.


Montessori presents mathematical concepts to children in a concrete, hands-on manner. When children have access to mathematical equipment in their early years, they can easily and joyfully assimilate many facts and skills of arithmetic.


Young children have a natural sensitivity for language development that follows closely on the years when they learn to speak their native language. This fascination with languages often enables children to begin reading and writing before the age at which it is traditionally taught.


The Montessori philosophy allows for every child to develop his/her potential for creativity, initiative, independence, inner discipline, and confidence. This is accomplished by using the proper tools, guidance, and the environment.

Usually when the children come into the classroom, the first thing the child does is greet the teacher. They then hang up their jacket and change into their inside shoes. Then the child will begin to work on individual activities that he/she is being presented with in the classroom. During this “work-time”, the children will continue different activities individually or in a group. The teacher gives individual or group lessons according to the child’s abilities and interests. Depending on the children’s work cycle, the teacher will decide when to have the circle time. In circle time the teacher teaches songs, reads stories, talks about different animals, different cultures, grace and courtesy, They may also dance or play games. Close to the dismissal time the child will get ready to go home while helping the others to get ready.

Children can start as early as 12 months at Kinderhaus Montessori Academy.

According to Montessori way, the truly disciplined child achieves discipline through activity. Allowing the child to choose interesting work, become absorbed in it, and to complete it helps the child to develop their concentration, habits of order, work and discipline.

The Montessori children are allowed to move freely and have access to all the learning materials they require. They are allowed to work with the materials as long as they like. When the children “work” with the materials it feels like “play” to them, but in the Montessori environment the student is actually working towards mastery of skills and subjects. They are, therefore, intrinsically motivated by a natural love of learning. Children are given individual lessons and that gives them the security of knowing how to work with the many activities in the classroom.

We teach our students to work independently and within groups. They are very adaptable. They are problem solvers and can make choices and manage their time well. Montessori children have a positive attitude toward learning. Therefore they adapt quite easily into any school.

During the 3-year cycle, the teacher, student, and peers create a rich relationship based upon trust and understanding of learning styles. In this little community of learners, the older children naturally assist the younger ones with everyday activities such as zipping up jackets, tying shoes and helping with their work. They naturally take a leadership role sharing knowledge and experience to the younger students while acquiring new skills and achievement. The younger children eagerly observe and copy the work and activities of their older mentors. A multi-age classroom promotes collaborative learning and encourages a strong community.

Montessori emphasizes learning through all five senses, not just listening, watching or reading as in traditional education. In a Montessori classroom, children lean at their own pace, according to their abilities and activities. Montessori believes learning is an exciting process of discovery leading to concentration, motivation, self-discipline, and a love of learning.

The parents of our past students are extremely happy with our program. Many of them have provided testimonials as to the effectiveness of the program and how well the program prepared their children for higher grades. Research studies show that the Montessori children are well prepared for later life academically, socially, and emotionally.

Homework is not mandatory or expected. We understand that many parents would like to get involved. Our recommendation is that you set up a time to volunteer in the classroom. This will give parents a better understanding as to why homework is not required.


We will be having parent teacher interviews. At this time we will review your child’s progress. Each parent is expected to attend a classroom session twice a year for observation.

The Montessori directress is a specialist in promoting personal and academic success by creating the correct environment according to the needs of each child.. She monitors and recognizes the smallest of changes within the student’s success. She is very aware of her responsibility to both the students and the student’s parents. She monitors the students daily and provides them with lessons necessary for their success. The relationship between home and school is important and she recognizes the importance of communication between the parents and the teacher.