MOVEMENT – is the way we relate to and get in touch with the environment. It is through movement that the child
ORDER – makes it possible to have
LANGUAGE – the ‘explosion’ into oral and written language helps the child build communication and
Through repetition of the practical life exercises the child perfects gross and fine motor skills, concentration, and develops order. They help the child learn to care for themselves and others leading to responsibility and respect for
The Montessori concrete language materials help the child develop verbal skills, pre-reading, reading, writing and literacy skills by enriching the language they have absorbed and building more complex language through their own discoveries and experiences.
The sensorial area of the classroom appeals to the child’s five senses, stimulating them to explore the environment using their senses to develop discrimination, order, refinement of movement and concentration. These materials allow for repetition and control of error. Sensorial materials form the basis for mathematics, language, and the arts.
Montessori concrete mathematics materials assist the child in discovering and understanding mathematical and geometrical concepts, forming a strong foundation for abstraction,
Children enjoy activities in biology, history, geography, science,
A school readiness program is provided for all students who will leave Montessori for traditional education at the end of the year.
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