Maria Montessori understood the early years of a child’s life are key to a child’s development. When children are able to grow with their social, emotional and educational needs being met, then you have an environment that is conducive to healthy development.
Montessori approach to early childhood education, not only teaches children how to fine tune their motor skills but also help them to develop a sense of independence. Many parents over the years have chosen the Montessori approach to early childhood education for their children and see their children bloom before their very eyes.
The stimulating environment provided to the child is planned with care to help the child develop a solid foundation for future creative learning. The learning activities provided are individualized, so that the learning task appeals to the child-this helps develop a positive attitude towards school.
It is hard to believe that February is already behind us and March is here. We had a very busy month with many of our cultural studies and holidays: President's Day, Washington’s Birthday and Valentine's Day. We would like to share all our goals and activities for this month.
Montessori education is about inculcating the thirst of knowledge in the child, developing a sense of order, nurture functional creativity, boost self-confidence and most importantly, bring in a sense of independence.
ECE and Montessori preschool programs with positive center based socialization can improve all children's development and act as a protective factor against the future onset of adult disease and disability.
CDC notes Early Childhood Education (ECE) aims to improve the cognitive and social development of children ages 3 or 4 years. To learn more complete our tour and information request form to schedule a tour.
Dr. Montessori wrote, “A child’s work is to create the man he will become. An adult works to perfect the environment but a child works to perfect himself.” Using the child’s natural inclination as a point of departure, Dr.
The children will be starting a new unit in cultural studies,'Zoology.' They will begin their studies with the concepts of Vertebrates and Invertebrates, Living and non-Living, classified pictures such as parts of the Fish, Birds, and Mammals.