Child Centered Montessori Training

Creates a variety of teaching skills in teachers and mothers. This diploma is based on international Standards of education.

Benefits of Child Centered Montessori Training

For Schools

  • Increase in school prestige and value
  • CMT’ian can work more effectively with other staff members
  • Provides you competent preschool teachers
  • Plans for the whole year at international standards
  • Helps children to develop listening, speaking, reading and writing skills through language strategies
  • Creates better worksheets and effective assessments


For Teachers

  • Boosts your Career as a professionally trained teacher
  • Professional training to teach children effectively
  • Master the certified teaching methods
  • Develop confidence and presentation skills

For Students

  • Quick learning with the help of latest learning methods
  • Improves reading, writing and speaking skills
  • Effectively develop a child’s thinking and brain storming skill
  • Personality development
  • Improve long term memorization and creativity skill




For Mothers

  • Boosts her child’s creativity, confidence and academic skills
  • Practical approach to life which she further imparts to her children
  • Provides mothers with health and fitness tips
  • Able to turn children into early reader
  • Mother can help her child in academics or home schooling

What makes us special?


  • Pakistan’s only International standard training that covers Montessori methods, Activity based learning and Multiple Intelligence
  • Job is guaranteed with diploma
  • The training covers the proven traditional teaching practices as well as the modern teaching strategies
  • For the first time, Phonic based Urdu learning program
  • Provides training to create child friendly classroom, which promotes love for learning and exploration
  • Train to create low cost materials and turn any room into the most beautiful Montessori classroom
  • Every module ends with a practical classroom session

Course Outline


Module 1 (Child Centered Education):

  • Biography of Maria Montessori
  • Characteristics of a normalized child


Module 2 (EPL and Sensorial Exercise):

  • Importance of Eye-Hand Coordination (EPL)
  • Sensorial
  • EPL Exercise


Module 3 (Children Health):

  • Children Health and Nutrition
  • Balanced Diet
  • Daily Routine of Children
  • Yoga Exercise


Module 4 (Stages of Handwriting- English):

  • Importance of Handwriting
  • Types of Letters
  • Geometry of Letters
  • Small and Capital Letters
  • Correct Formation of Print Letters
  • Hollow Letters
  • Hollow Numbers


Module 5 (Stages of Handwriting- Urdu):

  • Importance of Handwriting
  • Basic Rules of Urdu Handwriting
  • Capital Letters & Small Letters
  • Formation of Two & Three Letter Words


Module 6 (Learning Environment):

  • Importance of Learning Environment
  • Making Symbol Flashcards and Nametag
  • Labeling of: Areas, Soft Boards, Classroom Areas of Learning
  • Making and Arranging Class Boards
  • Multiple Intelligence Theory
  • Learning Areas





Module 7 (English Language Development):

  • Components of Balanced Literacy
  • Build up Child Vocabulary
  • Build up Child Comprehension
  • Story Telling
  • Singing Rhymes
  • Introduction of Colors


Module 8 (English Phonics):

  • Comparison of Old and New Method
  • Three Dimensions of a Letter
  • Tri-Method Instruction
  • Phonics Whole Language
  • Introduction of Sentence Making
  • Introduction of Simple Text


Module 9 (Urdu Phonics):

  • Introduction of Small Letters
  • Build up Child Vocabulary
  • Build up Child Comprehension
  • Story Telling
  • Comparison of Old and New Method
  • New Sequence of Urdu Sounds
  • Introduction of Simple Text
  • Introduction of ‘Bhari’ Sounds
  • Creative Writing


Module 10 (Conceptual Learning):

  • Mathematical Learning


Module 11 (Curriculum Planning):

  • Importance of Curriculum
  • Phases of Curriculum
  • Yearly Breakup
  • Weekly Breakup
  • Daily Breakup


Module 12 (Classroom Management):

  • Daily Routine
  • Learning Disabilities
  • Stop, Look, Listen