An Establishment of Over 20 Years

Since 1997

Founder, Mdm. Kok Hua Liang

Montessori Curriculum

Sri Petaling, Kuala Lumpur

Taska Children’s World is the first Montessori preschool in Sri Petaling, Kuala Lumpur. Established in 1997 by Madam Hua Liang (Mrs. Lau). Taska Children's World is a national accredited private pre-school that provides early child development and education through the Montessori curriculum methods. 

 

For more than 20 years, in partnership with parents, staff and the communities, we serve to build the right foundation for future learning and in life. 

 

We believe that every child deserves a better tomorrow and we are dedicated to making that difference. Hence our tagline, 

“preparing today’s children for tomorrow’s world.”
Brains are built over time from the bottom up. In the first few years of life, 700 to 1000 neural connections form every second.

Center on the Developing Child at Harvard University

Our Principals of Early Years Foundation Stage

Children are by nature inquisitive. The ever-present sense of curiosity is what drives the children’s desire to know the unknown. 

In the early years, children’s brain are mouldable to a myriad of possibilities. The key is for practitioners (i.e. teachers) and parents to recognize these critical tenets and provide guided opportunities for them to freely observe the world around them and make self-conclusion out of it. This, is real learning. Hence, Children’s Worldencourages these principles in the early year foundation stage:

  • Every child is unique - Every child is unique and they are constantly learning. They are also inherently capable of resilience, self-confidence and self-assured.
     

  • Positive relationship - Positive relationship helps to reinforce learning by encouraging the child to attempt or perform a task. This eventually develops confidence and independence.
     

  • Enabling environments - A conducive environment for a child to develop and learn effectively is important. His experiences respond to his individual needs.
     

  • Learning and development - Children learn and develop in many distinct ways, at different pace. The above principles collectively provides education and care for all children in their early years. 

Children's World