Every parent wants their child to receive the best education and guidance so that they can become the best versions of themselves. With the help of Heritage Primary Montessori School, you can now allow your child to learn and grow in a balanced environment that enables them to expand their intellect while simultaneously explore their creative side.

At Heritage, we believe that it is essential to give a child the space they need to develop their independence, make their own choices, choose their ideal means of learning, and find the stuff they are passionate about. With gentle and loving guidance by our specially trained and caring teaching team, we want to make sure that each child is heard, respected, and maintains their own uniqueness while never veering off the path to success, academic and otherwise.

What truly makes us one of the best Primary montessori schools in Allen is that we aim to create a nurturing environment for all of our kids that encourages them to interact, experiment, question, and learn with interest. We do not want our students to feel forced to learn, which is why we help spark a light of curiosity in them through practical activities and fun learning games that challenge their minds and pave the way for effective communication and education.

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    Absorbent Mind

    The children at this age are ready to dive into a more detailed curriculum. A child’s mind is developing at enormous rate until around the age of ten. Maria Montessori called this the sensitive period or absorbent mind. Children are encouraged to work at their own rate and children are encouraged to work on a task as many times or as long as they need.

    Practical Life

    Our teachers are not the center of the room as in a daycare classroom. She is an observer first. She observes the task each child is doing and gives lessons to encourage more enriched curriculum after mastery of a previous lesson. The room is set up from left to right starting with the Practical life. This is important due to our society is set as a left to right society. For instance, we read and write from the left to the right. In the Practical life section, children are not only learning life skills, but are also working on fine motors skills, getting ready for the more advanced writing. In addition to these, lessons are very appealing to the child which helps in developing longer focus periods.


    The second section is the Sensorial section. Children learn by using their senses and this section is for heightening those senses. It is also the beginning of future geometric tasks. The materials are very visibly pleasing for the visual learner, as well as pleasing to the touch for the tactile learner. This section helps the child be aware of their full environment which in turn opens their minds up to more advanced thinking.

    Language, Math, & Culture

    Once children show the art of focusing, then they advance into the Language, Math, and Cultural sections. Even when they continue into these sections, they will still work on the Practical Life and Sensorial works. This is important for the children’s full enriched development. For instance, children may have an academic ability for more advanced work, but still not quite developed fully with their fine motor skills of writing or cutting. Having these sections constantly interchanging allows children to develop at the rate appropriate for them. In the Language section, children work with phonetic sounds and handwriting skills getting ready for future reading and writing. This is done with very visual pleasing concrete materials.

    In addition, as they explore into reading, children learn the beginning, basic parts of speech through stories and concrete materials.

    Math is taught from a global view such as what is a number and place value using concrete materials, to a more specific view in the abstract such as facts.

    In the Cultural section, children learn Zoology: the basic animal groups and parts, Botany: parts of plants as well as environment appreciation, and Geography: learning all the continents and their parts as well as specific landforms. In addition, there is a Peace curriculum that promotes understanding and respect for themselves and others and Art appreciation. Majority of the educational experience for this level is in the concrete form, meaning use of materials to understand the concept.