Campus Rangers International School, 9Seputeh

The children's house, TTDI

The children's house, TTDI
The children's house, TTDI
The children's house, TTDI
The children's house, TTDI
The children's house, TTDI
The children's house, TTDI
No. 154, Pinggir Zaaba,
Taman Tun Dr Ismail, Kuala Lumpur 60000
03-6203 3XXX
Show Number
03-6203 3833Please mention you got this contact number from

For enrolment enquiry only. Job seekers please visit Job Classified Page.

Profile Description




Since 1986, The children’s house is proud to be introduced as the first ever Montessori preschool in Malaysia. With over 30 years of history and 13 schools across Klang Valley, we’ve gained the trust and recognition of parents in nurturing children into compassionate and well-balanced individuals who are confident, independent, socially adaptable, and above all, positive and lifelong learners.


The Montessori Approach

The Montessori curriculum is scientifically proven, well over 100 years old, respected and accepted internationally. At The children’s house, children learn through a variety of activities:



Activities are designed in such that children will be able to imitate physical tasks which aims to develop the child’s concentration, coordination of movement, sense of order and above all, independence. 



Concrete learning materials such as number boards are used to introduce the concept of numbers from the easiest counting to the more complex concepts such as place value, addition, subtraction, multiplication, and fractions.




Using their stereognostic sense, language materials aim to enhance the children’s ability to form letter through specific hands-on materials such as sandpaper letters or alphabet blocks. Phonetic awareness enables children to form simple words and eventually complex sentences.


Culture activities enable children to understand and gain knowledge of the world. Not only through music and arts, but also through topics such as biology, zoology, botany, geography and history.


Sensorial materials aim to refine each of the children’s senses - sight, touch, smell, taste, sound and stereognostic.





The children’s house offers a nurturing, non-competitive learning environment which aims to meet the individual needs of each child in his physical, social, emotional and intellectual development. Our low teacher to child ratio also promotes an optimal learning environment.


Our programmes which vary across centres are divided into two groups: Montessori Playgroup and Montessori Junior.


The Montessori Playgroup programme is offered to children aged 2 months to 2.5 years old. 



Infant Care

(2 months and above)


Adopting the award-winning infant care curriculum developed by Learning Vision in Singapore, a member of Busy Bees Asia family, the programme is holistic and emphasises on the development of infants’ emerging physical, sensory-motor, perceptual, cognitive, language and social-emotional skills. The environment is designed to respect, support and respond to baby’s sensorial development.



(18months – 2.5 years old)


The Toddler’s programme takes advantage of the child’s natural drive to act independently. The prepared environment is meticulously designed to foster toddlers’ cognitive, speech and language development, strengthen fine motor skills, grace and courtesy and promote independence. Art and music are woven into each day with songs, dances and art is always available to each child.

The Montessori Junior programme is offered to children aged 2.6 years to 6 years. These programmes are interconnected and they focus on preparing the children to the next level. Not only that, while children build their strengths on language, mathematics, spatial learning, self-discovery, music, art, and other intellectual developments, children will also be nurtured with values such as grace and courtesy, table manners, etiquette, personal hygiene, preparing them not just for schools, but for life.


Programmes available at TCH centres:


We welcome you to visit any of our centres and discover how the unique Montessori approach can benefit your child and look forward to many meaningful years of learning with your child. 



Editor's Review

The children's house, TTDIThe children’s house TTDI officially opened in May 2007 to meet the needs of a larger community. Hugely popular with parents who live in the vicinity, this school has bright and cozy interiors, coupled with an attractive outdoor playground. READ FULL REVIEW

Other Details

Provide Meals: Yes

Transportation Service: No

Centre's Category: Nursery, Kindergarten, Preschool

Student Age Group: 18 months - 6 years old

Operating Hours (Monday to Friday): 8:00 am - 3:00 pm

Operating Hours (Saturday): Close

Operating Hours (Sunday): Close

Program / Teaching Method: Montessori

Language Classes: English, Bahasa Malaysia, Chinese

Medium of Communication: English

Class size: Toddler – 1.6-2.5 years old (1:4/1:5), Nursery – 2.6-4 years old (1:6/1:7/1:8), Preparatory – 4-6 years old (1:10/1:12)

Facilities: Outdoor Playground

Helpful Reviews (3)

Abigail Phuah & Mr and Mrs Phuah rates this listing with

Thank you for guiding me on the path of learning, keeping me safe at all times and loving me for who I am!

03/03/2015 - 05:23 pm


Did you find this review helpful?

Kay Harrington rates this listing with

To all the lovely teachers and staff at children’s house, A very warm ‘Thank You’ for all the patience and compassion you have shown over the last year. It is with great sadness that we move on but we shall remember your kindness and thoughtfulness for a very long time. I know Joshua has been in very good hands and I would highly recommend your school to anyone!

03/03/2015 - 05:22 pm


Did you find this review helpful?

Diana Blackburn rates this listing with

To all the teachers at children’s house TTDI, I believe one of the best decisions I’ve made for Emma was to send her to The children’s house. All of you have been so kind, nurturing and loving and these will be things Emma will carry with her forever. Words cannot express my gratitude. You all have been brilliant!

03/03/2015 - 05:21 pm


Did you find this review helpful?