Toddler Community
Program for children between the ages of 1,5 and 3 years
"Upbringing a small child is aimed at preparing them
to life, not for school."
- Doctor Maria Montessori
Activities and areas covered in Toddler class include
Practical Life Skills;
Sensorial Activities
Development of speech and communicative skills
Development of mathematical thinking
Science and Research Experiments
Creative Experiences
Practical life skills:
Self-help skills and housework. The adult household activities that children are very eager to copy are possible thanks to a specially created environment consisting of objects suitable for toddlers.
Sensorial activities:
Explore the world with all the senses, develop fine motor skills and problem-solving abilities. Fun games and music activities help your child hone motor skills through play and exploration.
Speech and communicative skills:
The first language material, stories, songs and games designed to build communication skills in a fun social setting.
Development of mathematical thinking:
Counting, matching, sorting and other skills designed to help even young children learn about the properties of our world and create a foundation for knowledge.
Science and Research Experiments:
The study of the natural world is at the heart of the Montessori method; Your child learns about seasons, plants and animals through time outdoors and our Montessori materials.
Creative experiences:
The process, not the end product, is at the heart of our creative and flexible art program.
Program team
  • Irina Bukareva
    PI and Toddler Community Lead Teacher
    • The Higher School of The Montessori Method (AMI Training Center), Saint Petersburg, Russia - Assistant to Infancy Diploma
    • Russian Peoples Friendship University - Family Psychology
    • Institute for Counselling and Systemic Solutions: «Family therapy and client centered constellations»
  • Eleonora Lyudvik
    PI and Toddler Community Teacher
    • Loyola University, Master's Degree in Education, Baltimore, Maryland
    • Montessori Institute, AMI Diploma, 0-3, Denver, Colorado
    • Far East State Technical University, degree in State and Municipal Management (Manager)
    • Far East State Technical University, degree in Linguistics (English, second language Japanese)
  • Julia Gubaidullina
    PI and Toddler Community Teacher
    International Institute of Montessori Pedagogy:
    • Introduction to Montessori Pedagogy
    • Montessori Pedagogy from the Position of Neuropsychology and Genetics
    • Developmental psychology
    • Creativity at Toddlers
    • When 1+1=10
    • Playing in a Montessori group
  • Sofia Petrova
    • AMI Certificate "Early Childhood Assistant 0-3"
    • Diploma of NIIDPO "The use of pedagogy by M. Montessori in the independent activity of children of early and preschool age"
    • Higher education in medicine
    • Experience in the field of child psychoneurology
  • Tuition Fee
    Half day | 8:30 am - 12:00 pm
    RUB 70 000

    Full day | 8:30 am - 3:45 pm
    RUB 80 000
  • Entrance Fee
    RUB 55 000 per family
  • Discounts
    5% - when paid for semesters.
    10% - when paid for the whole academic year.