• 512- 909-0090
  • info@faithmontessorischool.com
  • 9006, Anderson Mill Road, Austin, TX 78729
  • About our School

    Mrs. Kumari- Director

    Director’s Welcome

    At Faith Montessori House of children, our mission is to provide a safe, simulative and organized environment in order to ensure that each child builds a strong, meaningful foundation to carry for the rest of their lives.

    We teach each child with specific Montessori materials that foster a hand-on learning approach to ensure they retain what they learn, and more importantly: develop a love for learning. Our Montessori methods have been tested and proven through decades of practice and show with the successful adults that follow.

    All of our teachers are trained in the Montessori Method and have a love for what they do: working with the developing the children of our future. The quality of our teachers and our methods translates to a strong, stable environment for children while being conducive to learning and exploration at the same time.

    Call us today to set up a tour- We would love to have you and your child join our Faith Montessori Family!

    Mrs Kumari Mamuhewa, Director

    Our Program

    Toddler Program (18 Months to 3 Years)
    Toddler Materials specially designed for toddlers to prepare them for advance activities. Practical Life, Sensorial Materials, Language Materials, Math, Art, Music etc.

    Children 3 years of Age to 6 years
    Classroom are prepared with practical life, Sensorial, Math, Language, Botany, Geography, Science, Cultural Activities, Art, Music etc.

    Summer Programs (Ages 4 to 6 years)
    We offer exciting summer programs from June to August for children ages 4 to 6 years.
    Academics (Reading, Writing and Math etc.), Science experiments, Story time, Art projects (with Toilet Paper Rolls, News Paper, Tissue Boxes, Paint etc.), Spanish, Music for fun, Community Helpers, Animal show Treasure Hunt, Water activities (Sprinklers), 4th of July Parade, Gardening, Healthy food (Make your own snack and lunch),Dance and Gymnastic from Kinder Dance, Soccer from Soccer shots.

    Our School Vegtable Garden

    New Addition in Our Curriculum

    Our vegetable garden is a new addition in our curriculum to engage children by providing an interactive environment to observe, learn, experiment gardening. Gardening is a healthy fun activity for children. Children develop new skills and learn about science and nature from growing there own vegetables. It is an interesting activity that children could involved such as digging, planting, watering.

    About Montessori

    The Montessori philosophy was developed in Italy by Dr. Maria Montessori beginning in the early 20th century. As a physician, her clinical practice included observations of children which led her to analyze how children learn. She concluded that children build themselves from what they find in their environment.

    Her desire to help children was so strong that, in 1905, she gave up her medical practice to work with a group of children of working parents in Rome. It was there she founded the first Casa Dei Bambibi, or “Children’s House.” What ultimately became known as the Montessori Method of Education centered around children teaching themselves.

    The Montessori philosophy includes specially designed, manipulative materials for development that invite children to engage in learning activities of their own individual choice. Under the guidance of a trained teacher, children in a Montessori classroom learn by making discoveries with the materials, cultivating concentration, motivation, self-discipline and a love of learning.

    Dr. Maria Montessori believed that the younger children were intensely attracted to sensory development and activities that stimulated their five senses. She developed her method of teaching younger children based on the spontaneous activity of each child, and the level of interest the child takes in the materials.

    The materials must be meticulously in order, beautiful and shiny, and in perfect condition. This stimulates the child’s cognitive development by always appearing new and ready for use. Her technique, called “The Prepared Environment,” supports the child in developing physically, intellectually, socially and emotionally.