Language materials for learning basic skills in writing and reading are developed through the use of sandpaper letters, alphabet cut-outs, and various pictorial presentations allowing children to link sounds and letter symbols effortlessly.
These language activities help the children learn the alphabets through phonetic sounds. Children’s interests are stimulated through songs, rhymes and stories. These activities also aid in developing vocabulary and proper sentence structures that helps to build an important foundation for writing and developing good communication skills which promotes interest in reading.
- Learn the alphabets through phonetic sounds
- Stimulates interest through songs, rhymes and stories
- Develops vocabulary & proper sentence structure
- Builds an important foundation for writing
- Develops good communication skills
- Promotes interest in reading
Math in Montessori are sequenced with concrete experiences leading to more abstract discoveries through manipulation of varied materials. The children gain the satisfaction of learning by discovery rather than by being told.
These activities internalize the mathematical concepts and patterns through ‘hands-on’ approach.
Practical life skills involves activities that increase the children’s concentration span, trains the children to be independent, improves hand-eye coordination, refine fine and gross motor skills, improves self –image and confidence. It also involves care of people, environment, grace and courtesy thus creating a positive self-image of them.
Sensorial materials help develop the children’s ability to discriminate through all their 5 senses. Our beautiful Montessori materials help the children to distinguish, order, classify and describe sensory impressions in relation to length, width, temperature, mass, color, pitch etc. The children can also categorize and acquire new information.
The sensorial materials lay a solid foundation for Mathematics, Geometry, Geography, Botany, Art and Music.
Montessori Cultural topics cover:
The Children are exposed to the study of animals and will be taught to classify into simple categories.
The children are exposed to the study of plants and will also be taught to classify into simple categories. Botany includes the study of nature, which will give them the opportunity to understand their environment.
It enhances the children’s exploration and interest of the world such as continents, land and water forms the solar system.
The children are taught to understand the distinction between past and present and how the past events had led to the present situation.