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The Montessori sensorial materials, such as the pink tower, geometric solids, sound cylinders and color tablets help a child to understand and internalize the concepts of size, shape, color, taste, touch and sound. These materials build the foundation for developing skills in the areas of music, mathematics and language. This motivates kids to think critically, and make the ability to focus. In this sensorial section geometry will be introduced to the child through their senses.


Language activities and materials increase vocabulary and conversational skills, develop writing, and reading skills and begin and understanding of grammar. The language materials include objects and pictures to be named, matched, labeled and classified to aid vocabulary development. Textured letters allow the child to feel and see the alphabet. Phonics and the moveable alphabet lead the child toward reading.

Practical Life 

The practical life area of the Montessori curriculum is the bridge for young children between home and school. Practical life activities helps the young child to perform their daily life routines. The aims of the practical life materials are independence, a sense of order, concentration and coordination. Practical life lessons include care of the person (buttoning, zipping, tying); care of the environment (cleaning, polishing, food preparation); small and gross motor development (pouring, cutting, balancing); and social development (interpersonal skills, grace and courtesy, speaking, participating in a group).



The math area provides the child with ideas for their intellectual development. Hands on experience with math materials give children clear, concrete impression on which to build their own abstractions. This is a concrete experience in the Montessori classroom. Special materials such as spindle boxes and bead bars allow the child to see what "nothing" or zero looks like, or to see that multiplying SxS can be done with 5 bars of 5 beads each. The Montessori materials build on each other in a natural progression, encouraging the child to explore and discover. From this, kids will learn linear counting and recognition of numerals and Geometry, which will leads into addition, subtraction, multiplication and division. Hands on Montessori materials make abstract concept very visible.



Kids will be learning parts of human body, and the use of each organ of the body. In the Botany section they learn parts of flowers, parts of a tree, life cycle of a butterfly and dragonfly.

In geography section kids get to explore around the world and around the United States. Kids will be learning about various states, capitals, countries, continents. Kids will be learning the Solar System .They will be doing hands on exercises with colored maps, globes and flags. Kids will learn to be diverse within themselves and classmates.


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