At Harvest we truly believe that education does not end at the classroom doors, we take it beyond classrooms.


The child learns the oral language naturally. He automatically absorbs it from his environment. The work of the teacher is to expose him to the equivalent forms of written communication, which he learns through the same general pattern of development.

Writing starts from day one through various activities. Language is an integral part of social development, expression, feelings and thought process. It is essential for communication. In a Montessori environment, the four areas of linguistic development are Listening, Speaking, Reading, and Writing.

Activities like circle time, three-period lesson, storytelling, picture conversation, audiovisual activities, thematic activities are some of the activities which are done in Harvest Montessori to enhance communication skills.