14 May

Sandpaper Letters

The child meets the alphabetical symbols by using the sandpaper letters. Each letter of the alphabet is outlined in sandpaper on an individual card, the vowels on blue and the consonants on red. The teacher shows the child how to trace the letter with two fingers following the same direction in which the symbol is normally written.
07 May

Writing Preparation

Part five of our blog series about sensorial Montessori curriculum focuses on writing preparation. At Arbor View Montessori we use Sensorial Materials in the Montessori classroom, which increases the child’s awareness and helps the child form more distinguished impressions of their surroundings. This week we present the Preparation for Writing:
30 Apr

Sound Boxes

In this blog about sensorial Montessori curriculum we present Sound Boxes. At Arbor View Montessori we use Sensorial Materials in the Montessori classroom, which increases the child’s awareness and helps the child form more distinguished impressions of their surroundings.
23 Apr

The Red Rods

This is part three of a multi part blog about sensorial Montessori curriculum. At Arbor View Montessori we use Sensorial Materials in the Montessori classroom that increases the child’s awareness and helps the child form more distinguished impressions of their surroundings.
20 Apr

The Brown Stairs

This is part two of a multi part blog about sensorial Montessori curriculum. At Arbor View Montessori we use Sensorial Materials in the Montessori classroom that increases the child’s awareness and helps the child form more distinguished impressions of their surroundings.
01 Apr

Montessori Approach

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.
25 Feb

The Pink Tower

Sensorial Materials in the Montessori Classroom - Part 1 At Arbor View Montessori we use Sensorial Materials in the Montessori classroom that increases the child’s awareness and helps the child form more distinguished impressions of their surroundings.
16 Nov

Benefits of the Pouring Activity

Carrying the water in a pitcher and pouring it into a basin helps the child to perfect his coordination.  At Arbor View Montessori Practical Life Exercises involve the use of water with which most children naturally like to play.  As children become absorbed in an activity such as pouri
29 Dec

Why To Choose Montessori

At Arbor View Montessori every child is unique and precious. Every child deserves the chance to reach his or her intellectual and social potential. Maria Montessori, the founder of Montessori Education, understood how a good education unlocks and realizes children's potential.
20 Sep

The Color Tablets & Grading the Colors

The Color Tablets The child’s first introduction to color is a box containing six tablets - two red, two blue and two yellow. All the other tablets are the same size, shape and texture. They differ only in highly contrasting color.
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