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26-B Kasavanahalli Road, Off Sarjapur Road, Bangalore - 560035, India

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Foundation Stage Program - Pre-Primary to 2nd Grade

The Foundation Stage Program is for the Age Group of 2 to 8 years. This is the age when children learn through their senses, through free play, activities and discovery. Keeping this in mind, Smrti Academy uses the Montessori Method for children in the Age Group of 2 to 6 years. For 6 to 8, Smrti focuses on Activity Based Learning whilst leaning heavily on the Montessori Philosophy. During these years, the approach to learning has to be flexible to adapt itself to the varied pace at which the cognitive abilities develop. As children develop at their own pace, the Smrti Foundation Stage Program follows the Child. 

Toddler Mont

2.0 to 2.6 years

This program helps the child explore the environment around him with his hands and senses. It gives the child the opportunity to experience physical independence and discover his various capabilities. His journey to learning language begins with lots of fun-filled group activities. 

The toddlers learn concentration, coordination, language skills, responsibility and respect—all of which prepare them well for a successful transition into the Primary Montessori environment.

Primary Mont

2.6 to 6.0 years

The program helps him gain and grow in independence of the self, the environment around him and on social etiquette. He acquires language and numerical abilities. He begins to read, write and solve basic math problems. The child is exposed to various stimuli like art and craft, music, dance and sports activities.

The Classroom has materials for the development of the senses, for math, language, botany, zoology, geography, history, sound and art.

Grades 1 & 2

6.0 to 8.0 years

The child is introduced to languages (English, Hindi and Kannada), Maths and EVS. He begins to use basic text books and gets better at contextual understanding through reading. He is introduced to computers. He continues to get further exposure in Art and Craft, Music, Dance, Sports and Mental Arithmetic. He experiences a combination of abstract and activity based learning. Learning happens through a healthy mix of indoor and outdoor experiences. He begins to co-relate what is in his text book to the real world.