For parents who want value, this TTDI preschool tops the list

The children’s house TTDI officially opened in May 2007 to meet the needs of a larger community in this expanding suburb. The programmes at The children’s house TTDI include Montessori Playgroup for toddlers (8 months to 2.5 years old) and Montessori Junior for Nursery and Preparatory (2.6 to 6 years old).

The preschool has a half-day programme which runs from 8am to 3pm. The beautiful red and white preschool building has been specially designed to meet the needs of your little one. Everything in the centre has been scaled down to the child’s dimensions.

Each programme is Montessori focuses on preparing the child for the next level. The low teacher: child ratio ensures ensures optimal learning. At the core of every activity is respect – respect for the teacher, respect for each other and respect for the materials.

The close community at TTDI ensures that your child has the freedom to move, socialise , make friends and develops social skills, language and speech. In the TTDI community, everyone is a part of the bigger family and parents and teachers are closely involved in helping the child realise their full potential.

The community at TTDI has always been a strong supporter of The children’s house and we are thankful that we can be part of such a nurturing environment. We trust that we are doing our part to nurture the young lives at TTDI in a way that they will always want to give back to the community that has always been so supportive.

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Experience a Montessori learning environment for your child

Toddlers are active, inquisitive and curious in nature. And, to capture their innate abilities, we communicate and interact through storytelling, rhyming, singing, and listening games at the preschool. Their desire to imitate results in the absorption of new sounds and words which soon expands to form sentences.

Trust is built as toddlers participate in routine activities along with their friends, like putting away their little toys having meals together in the preschool. Practical skills activities like spooning transferring and pouring help to develop gross motor skills and improves concentration.

Engaging in repetitive activities until they succeed leads to a sense of happiness and accomplishment and creates a motivated toddler.

The nursery environment at the preschool has a warm, friendly and secure environment where children are encouraged to find answers to their questions, develop their full potential and inculcate a lifelong love for learning.

A group of young children of TTDI in the preschool, sitting across a table with the teacher.
A young boy and girl of TTDI playing with knobbed wooden cylinders in a preschool.

Polite language and courteous behaviour are an integral part of daily lessons at the preschool which eventually helps children to communicate well and handle their emotions.

At the preschool, children are encouraged to enhance their language skills by discussing stories and enjoying reading and writing. The creative equipments for number work are designed to help them absorb mathematical concepts.

The activities at the preparatory level are structured in a way that develops the cognitive skills of the child and prepares them for the formal school. We lay emphasis on grace and courtesy where children to respect each other, practice manners, and resolve conflicts.

Teachers give lessons in groups or individually. This is done to understand and discover more about each child, their learning and development.

We encourage the children to develop creative thinking, problem-solving, mathematical and language skills at the best. The activities at the preschool provide opportunity to the children to discover their interest, explore, learn and excel, thereby developing confidence, self-esteem and independence.

Nothing like starting your preschool years at The children’s house

With more than 30 years of experience in early childhood education and nurturing children all across Malaysia, The children’s house has gained the trust and recognition of both Malaysian and expatriate parents.

From humble beginnings in a quiet and leafy part of Damansara heights to preschools at  twelve locations in Penang and Klang valley, The children’s house continues to adhere to the the Montessori method of education developed by Dr Maria Montessori.

Even after a century of its creation, the Montessori method stays relevant to the learning of the child and continues to be one of the undisputed leaders in early childhood education. Every activity is designed to promote the physical, social, emotional and cognitive abilities of your child.

At The children’s house TTDI, we welcome you to enjoy and celebrate every step in your child’s learning process as they develop into compassionate, confident, independent, socially responsible individuals.

A young girl of TTDI studying flashcards with the teacher in the preschool.

The children's house TTDI

154, Pinggir Zaaba, Taman Tun Dr Ismail, 60000 Kuala Lumpur, Wilayah Persekutuan Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

The children’s house TTDI
154, Pinggir Zaaba, Taman Tun Dr Ismail, 60000 Kuala Lumpur, Wilayah Persekutuan, Malaysia


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