How we Teach

At Sanskrithi Foundation, we believe that the talent in every child blossoms beautifully when he/she is allowed to learn things at his/her own pace, in an environment that brings the best out of his/her. The teaching methodology at Sanskrithi reflects the unique philosophy of Montessori teaching and strives to encourage every child to be best he/she can.

Montessori learning methodology focuses on the theories of child development and is applied primarily in preschool and elementary school settings. The Montessori method encourages “learning by doing” way of learning where the teacher is a clinical observer, who assists the child in learning by observing.

Sanskrithi understands the unique needs of a child and caters to those needs better than any other educational institute. True to the inimitable principles of Montessori learning methodology, Sanskrithi focuses on self directed learning and encourages the child to ‘experience’ the learning. Montessori learning methodology encourages learning by observation and we at Sanskrithi provide ample opportunities for a child to observe and learn. The child will be engaged in various fun filled activities which will enhance their capacity to think.

We at Sanskrithi leave no stone unturned to create a cordial learning environment for the child. We construct an atmosphere where the child develops a natural interest about learning and develops an inquisitive mind set. We believe learning can be fun and extremely gratifying for a child if done in the right way; and we have designed our teaching methodologies around the Montessori learning principles.

The child will also learn various other subjects such as EPL and Science, Mathematics, Sensorial Apparatus, Language, Geography, Botany and Zoology. Needless to say, all these subjects emphasize on the self learning of the child and provide various opportunities for the child to do so.

By providing a carefully planned, stimulating environment , that is surrounding the child with appealing materials and learning activities geared to his needs, he/she becomes accustomed to engaging in activities on his own, gradually resulting in a habit of self learning and initiative.

For example, when the children learn geometry, they learn to identify the objects based on three dimensional shapes, they observe in their day to day life. When the children learn about science, there will be a whole lot of objects that help them to learn things from nature.