Day Care
In response to several requests from parents, we at Little Feat Montessori are happy to announce the added support of our after-school care.
Combining traditional daycare services with Montessori schooling...
Little Feat is situated on 3700 square feet of land. The red and white school house is a newly renovated, bright, airy, and safe space consisting of classrooms, bathrooms, separate visitors center, snack corner, and craft and music room...
Terms & Timing
Students can start in either term though we recommend that they begin with the First Term. We also recommend that children begin at Little Feat at age 2 years. Children are encouraged to stay on for at least 3 years to obtain...

About Us

Do not erase the designs the child makes in the soft wax of his inner life. The child wants to do something sensible. These words reveal the child’s inner needs: “Help me to do it alone”

Dr M Montessori


Started in 1995, we at Little Feat are passionately committed to Dr Maria Montessori’s philosophy and method of helping young children grow.  



The Environment


We have specially designed the Montessori environment for our children. It is a world scaled down to a child's size with low shelves that showcase a wealth of learning materials. The adult-in-charge move unobstrusively through this child-space, working with individual children or small groups, assisting each according to their needs. Within a flexible schedule, the day is spent as follows: a long block of time used for individual or small group activities with the Montessori material, periods of time for play; a time for snack; a time for large group activities where the children enjoy music, dancing, singing, sports activity, art and craft, and story telling.


What is special about Little Feat Montessori House Of Children.


Each day is special. We have art, story-telling, drawing, painting, dancing, sports activities etc., field trips, development of vocabulary, science experiments, activities in geography, history, botany, zoology, looking after self and environment, conversations, picture reading. All the above activities are conducted with the child's active involvement. This is possible because the child chooses the activity himself and thus is self-motivated to complete what he has chosen. The child is free to move around, express his opinion, choose the activity or just simply hang around and observe other children at work.






Our children do not do what they like but THEY LIKE WHAT THEY DO.