Based on the Montessori education method, the development of young children is maximized through a scientifically prepared process. Instructors carefully guide children activities that have been prepared so that children build their own life skills. The child’s personality is gradually formed in a healthy environment through creative activities that engage and stimulate the child’s passions, through emotional senses and encouraging them to explore the world.
Teach and learn through mutual learning
Develop and coordinate rough and fine motor skills
Develop more complex social skills
Build personal self-awareness
Develop speaking skills, handle complex grammatical structures
a. Practical life
Children are given practical skills to take care of themselves and serve themselves, such as pouring drinks, forming healthy eating habits, wearing and removing clothes, etc … Children take care of the environment by keeping the classroom clean, watering trees, sweeping, … Children also learn the habit of waiting for their turn, waiting for the activity they want to do, make constructive and positive comments and listen well people.
b. Sensory activity
This section is designed to develop, categorize and evaluate the stimuli that children receive through the senses. These activities consist of 5 parts:
Vision …………………… color plates, geometric blocks, …
Hearing sound ………………… cube block sound, bell, …
Taste …………………… taste tray, …
Smell ………………… bottle of olfactory, …
Tenderness …………………… magic bags, fabrics, …
All math activities are designed to develop the child’s intelligence. Math learning begins with the child’s use of specific instruments such as number pads, sand counts, counting objects, puzzles and other on-site math games such as grafting, sorting, calculations and value.
These activities are organized according to the natural development sequence of the child. Everyday, children read, listen to stories, sing and listen to others. The phonemes of letters are introduced through the phonetic method in a natural way. Parents will find that their child is forming words and words and begins to spell simple words. The development of a child’s vocabulary is emphasized in all areas by using specific words to describe objects in the class. When a child is 4½ years old, they start pairing sounds together to read short words and to 5 years old, they will surprise parents with their reading and writing preferences.
e. Science, geography, history, art, music …
Science: Through instructional materials, children learn how to connect and categorize objects and pictures between static and animated objects, plants and animals. Youngsters like to create small books about the ‘parts’ of animals such as ears, eyes, tails, backs, etc., from insects to mammals. Discovering the world through flowers, apples or oranges brings excitement to the children in the classroom. Our scientific instruments are the love of children.
Geography: Children learn about the globe, the world we live in and learn about the structure of land and water through miniature boats floating on lakes, miniature bays, etc. Children use the world map and a map of the United States as well as performing stacks, border and map coloring operations. Children love to sing songs about the continent for parents to hear!
History: This subject is introduced through the concept of time with time instruments for 1 minute, 2 minutes to 1 hour. Children will make their own timelines with their photos and calendar. On Fridays, children prepare their work carefully to bring back to their parents!
Art: Our children have skills in expressing themselves with colored pencils, watercolors, acrylic paints, clay, tearing and other materials. Our teachers are very experienced in “encouraging” the enjoyment of children’s activities so that they do not rely on compliments.
Music: Music is an integral part of the daily activities of the classroom in various forms such as melody, instrument, dance, singing or acting. Classical songs are also open in the classroom. Kids can use headphones or discs to listen to their favorite music anytime they like.
Physical education: Since young children know how to ‘move’ and be physically active, they can learn how to control large and small muscles. Children dress up table and chair and believe that they can do it! We let the child out for at least 30 minutes each day except in the case of rain.
Relationship with the baby