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"The objects surrounding the children should look solid and attractive to them, and the 'casa dei bambini' [children's house] should be lovely and pleasant in all its particulars....It is almost possible to say that there is a mathematical relationship between the beauty of their surroundings and the activity of the children; they will make discoveries rather more voluntarily in a gracious setting than in an ugly one."
—Maria Montessori

The “TappyToes” nursery will be following a Montessori curriculum based on the Montessori Method and also taking inspiration from certain essential principles of early Years Foundation Stage (“EYFS”) Program. However the curriculum will be entirely a Montessori curriculum.

The curriculum “TappyToes” will be following has been designed keeping in mind how each child can learn best. It is built around the most recent evidence from child psychology, brain-based research and most importantly based on the actual guidelines laid by Maria Montessori herself.

The curriculum is aimed to take care of children's physical, intellectual, social and emotional needs. The curriculum is built around the key fields of learning as stated in the original work of Maria Montessori, Practical life skills, Sensory skills, language skills, math and cognitive skills. Physical, social and cultural skills and value formation and character educations.

Practical Life
The practical life curriculum aims at the development of task organization and cognitive order through self care, exercises of grace and courtesy, care of the environment and through the physical skills, coordination of physical movements and cognitive skills to achieve a task enables the child to prepare for development in subsequent activities in other fields of learning such as socialization, mathematics and language.

Sensorial area
Along with practical life curriculum activities aimed at increasing the sensitivity and perception of the world through their senses enables the child to order, classify, and describe sensory impressions in relation to length, width, temperature, mass, colour, pitch, etc and understand the world around it.

Where our activities will be designed to introduce the concept of numbers, shapes, sizes , patterns, and space through exploration & practice enabling the child to develop its logical thought that arises based on the ability to organize and categorize, without just teaching math facts the activities will be aimed at making the child understand the core ideas through manipulation experimentation and invention, it is also designed to prepare the child for abstract study for the next subsequent levels of learning.

Language Arts
To aid the children to prepare themselves for language study by introducing them to the practical life and sensorial area with materials to refine their sensorial and motor skills which are vital for writing and reading in later stages of learning and efficient communication.

As a part of the curriculum libraries will be given as much importance as possible to make books a part of a child’s life, to make it understand and learn about the world through books. Essential skills like treating a book, knowing the contents of a book, perceiving and understanding the illustrations and connecting them with the story read to them, having a responsibility for books and understanding courtesy and manners to be followed in a library will be taught in this curriculum through an extensive variety of books of diverse topics. Cultural Activities will be designed to expose the child to basics in history, geography, local flora and fauna. Traditional Music & art of the emirates, and movement education are part of the integrated cultural curriculum.



  • Greeting Someone

  • "Please" and "Thank you"

  • Addressing elders & Use of Language

  • Shaking hands

  • Care of person

  • Dressing frame

  • Large button frame

  • Combing hair

  • Washing hands

  • Health and safety

  • Healthy food


  • Colored Tablets

  • Match colors

  • Sound board

  • Naming Objects with Colors

  • Rough and Smooth Boards

  • Touch, Observation, and Experimentation

  • Stirring Powder into a Liquid

  • Dressing frames

  • Cubes arrangement

  • Discs arrangement

  • Mirror and reflection

  • Name body parts and using the Body

  • Pouring a drink: to develop fine motor skills

  • Hang a cloth Using a clip: fine motor skills

  • One foot hopping

  • Jumping with two feet

  • Balancing like a statue

  • Jump in and out of a Hoola hoop

  • Touch and Feel (Rough and smooth surface/ wood sandpaper)

  • Lift the weight (Lift two weights and compare, block and feather etc)

  • Dance to a music

  • LEGO blocks

  • Play an instrument (to play small musical instruments and learn the sounds)

  • Ring a bell (Ring a bell and student to say where the sound is from )

  • Taste and Say (to taste /smell a item and find it in the bottles)

  • Scribble pad (Buddha board)

  • Role play with toys provided

  • Identify the letters (Flashcards)

  • Identify the letters (Sandpaper)

  • Rhymes : verbal and listening exercises

  • Identify the rhyme: identify the rhyme played on a music player

  • Act a Rhyme: role play , each kid takes a role of a character in the rhyme and acts accordingly

  • Identify and name the action (Flashcards)

  • Writing with moveable alphabets

  • Montessori reading (Board Books): Using Books to Build Language Skills

  • Talk back activities

  • Naming Objects

  • New Words & Objects

  • Movable Alphabet Box

  • Project

  • Stirring Powder into a Liquid


  • Fairy tales

  • Dr. Seuss

  • Roald Dhal

  • Board books

  • Animals

  • Transport

  • Body parts

  • Rhymes

  • Dance

  • Classical music session

  • Park

  • Zoos

  • Museum

  • Dinosaur day

  • Farm day

  • Restaurant visit

  • Shopping mall

  • Beach day

  • Picnic

  • Pulling out a chair, carrying a tray

  • Silence game

  • Walking the line

  • Squeezing a sponge

  • Sweeping the floor

  • Pouring grains and water

  • Buttoning/Unbuttoning shirts (Kit)

  • Rolling a rug, Using tools such as hammers and

  • screwdrivers

  • Opening and closing bottle lids

  • Opening and closing latches

  • Using a strainer, beater, whisk

  • Scrubbing a shell, rock, doll

  • Nuts & Bolts

  • Washing Cups

  • Sweeping

  • Useful Supplies

  • Indoor and outdoor games

  • Spooning

  • Dusting

  • Sweeping

  • Napkin Folding

  • Mixing Colors

  • Making Bubbles

  • Folding Laundry

  • Hanging Clothes

  • Using A Screwdriver

  • Locks And Keys

  • Screws And Bolts

  • Counting activities (1-10)

  • Number songs

  • Counting fingers

  • Counting animals

  • Counting children

  • Counting objects in the room

  • Egg Carton Counting

  • Shapes and Sizes

  • Sandpaper numerals

  • Numeral sandbox tracing

  • Concept of Time

  • Periods of the day (morning, afternoon, evening)

  • Seasons

  • Numerals and Counters

  • Matching and Sorting

  • Folding – Using Practical Life Skills

  • Practical Life: Holiday Activities

  • Abacus

    Play time will be designed based on the following six principles

  • Pick up new ideas

  • Solve problems

  • Figure out how things work

  • Build muscle control & strength

  • Learn to cooperate with others

  • Use their imagination


    Tappy Toes Nursery is managed by Sophia Dennis and Sonia Subash. As mothers with high values and aspirations for our children.



    Both kids are doing activity at nursery
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    a baby riding a tricycle at nursery
    kid play with ball at preschool
    The activity of community helpers the both kids act like a doctor & patient