Children learn daily-life skills, such as how to get dressed, prepare snacks, set the table, and care for plants and animals. They also learn appropriate social interactions.
Children refine skills in perceiving the world through their different senses – this language is universal.
The Montessori child learns math through experiencing it with hands-on activities.
Activities throughout the Montessori Early Childhood classroom teach language, help children acquire vocabulary, and develop skills needed for writing and reading.
Learning a new language promotes healthy development and many cognitive and social benefits will last a lifetime.
A wide range of subjects, including history, geography, science, art, music and P.E. classes, are integrated in lessons in the cultural area of the curriculum.