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Where daily exercises such as pouring,
spooning, washing, sweeping and food
prep, allow the child to satisfy his need
for meaningful activity while developing
independence and a sense of order.
Sensorial activities help the child become aware of
material isolates one defining quality such as color,
weight, shape, texture, size, sound, smell, taste, etc.
The child learns basic concepts of math by using concrete
materials designed to represent numbers and quantities. In
our environment, the child can touch numbers and items
while counting. They develop an early enthusiasm and a
concrete foundation for math.
A phonetic approach to language development is used.
The child first meets the alphabetical symbols by feeling
their shape and outline. He hears the sound of the letter
which the teacher repeats while introducing it. Natural
fascination for words at this age enables the child to
begin building and sounding words.
SCIENCE / CULTURAL
In the Montessori
classroom, you will likely
see beautiful materials and
maps, which help the
children learn about the
world they live in and its
surroundings. Many hands
on materials are in these
areas for the child to explore
ART and MUSIC
Art in this environment
strives to maintain the
great joy the child
finds in creating
something of his own.
Here, the process, not
the product, is
stressed. Music is
evident in the
classroom in listening,