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Welcome to Novi, Northville Montessori Center

A place where natural curiosity

and imagination lead to discovery

in learners of all ages.

Member of the American Montessori Society

8 Montessori trained teachers.

35 Years of experienced leadership

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Diverse curriculum meets the needs of every child.




And much more!

We offer a highly indivualized Montessori program.

Meeting the needs of each

child in a happy and

comfortable environment.

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Schedule a visit today and begin your journey into Montessori learning!


Sessions Offered

  • 5 Full Days (Monday – Friday) 9:00 am – 3:00 pm
  • 5 Half Days (Monday – Friday) from 9:00 am -12:00 pm or from 12:00 pm – 3:00 pm
  • 3 Full Days (Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday) 9:00 am – 3:00 pm
  • We also offer daycare for enrolled students both before school (7:00 – 9:00 am) and after school (3:00 – 6:00 pm)


  • Cosmic Presentation
  • Land, Air, Water
  • Continents/Booklet
  • Push Pin Maps
  • Introduction to Biomes (communities of plants and animals)
  • Forests
  • Grassland
  • Desert
  • Mountains
  • Tundra
  • Ocean
  • Wetlands
  • Hibernation
  • Migration
  • Kwanza
  • Native Americans
  • Martin Luther King
  • Abraham Lincoln


The preschooler is an enthusiastic learner who enjoys music and action. Preschoolers naturally create and sing new songs all of the time. It gives them a sense of joy and enthusiasm. Here at the Novi Northville Montessori Center, children are encouraged to experience the fun, joy, and confidence of singing and making music. At the beginning of the year, newcomers sing songs that they already might be familiar with. Gradually, they are introduced to popular American folk, traditional, and seasonal children’s songs which they might be hearing for the very first time. Music is ideal as they will learn new words and melodies. It also gives them practice in language, poetry, and other cultural information. By encouraging and fostering this experience, we can help children develop memory and cognitive skills. A lot of emphasis is placed on rhythm patterns. With the help of percussion instruments, they learn to make beats. They are also introduced to some basic music theory. By mid-November, children start preparing for the annual International Christmas Program. they give a 30-minute performance on stage. They enjoy this event very much for they get to sing in front of their family members. Every week they enjoy singing along with their friends and it gives them a sense of belonging.

Summer Programs

  • Living/Non-Living Objects
  • Sink and Float
  • Magnetic/Non-Magnetic
  • Air/Land/Water
  • Opaque/Transparent
  • Edible/Non-Edible
  • Botany
  • Categorization: leather, plastic, paper, fabric, wood
  • Rough/Smooth
  • Inclined Planes
  • Air/Water/Sound Experiments
  • Units: Human body, mammals, reptiles, birds, etc.


  • Social Graces
  • Counting
  • Days of the Weeks
  • Transportation
  • Animals
  • Parts of the Body
  • Family
  • Songs
  • Clothes
  • Fruits
  • Discussions & Stories


  • Alphabet Recognition
  • Sequencing
  • Lower Case
  • Upper Case
  • Rhyming
  • Sandpaper Letters
  • Beginning Sounds
  • Ending Sounds
  • Middle Sounds
  • Blends
  • Diagraphs
  • Diphthongs
  • Phonetic Word Building
  • SRA Readers Level I, II, and III with workbook
  • Dictation (as child needs it)
  • Handwriting (as child needs it)
  • Computers (as child needs it)


  • Numeration Progression linear 0-09
  • Red and Blue Numerical Rods
  • Sandpaper Numerals
  • Sandpaper Numerals and Printed Numbers
  • Numerical Rods and Symbols
  • Spindle Box
  • Cards and Counters
  • Memory Game
  • Colored Bead (sensorial)
  • Tabletop Rods and Tiles

Decimal System

  • Ten Tray
  • Nine Tray
  • 100 Board – 45 Layout
  • Bank Game
  • Formation of Complex Numbers


  • Addition
  • Subtraction
  • Multiplication
  • Division
  • Stamp Game

Upcoming Events

Nothing from August 14, 2022 to September 14, 2022.

Contact Us


23835 Novi Road, Novi, MI 48375-3243
(Between 9 Mile & 10 Mile Roads across from the Novi Ice Arena)

Phone: 248-348-3033