Children are taken into a ‘Prepared Environment’. By ‘prepared’ we mean equipped with certain strategically chosen elements.
Children go under a series of ‘free’ activities, guided by the instructors, through which they learn languages, arithmetic, basic science, art and culture.
Most of the activities are done in small groups under the supervision of a guide or teacher.
A Montessori guide is a person, trained and oriented with the Montessori philosophy, who connect with the children at an emotional level. It helps children to open up and become responsive to the process.
The focus remains on nurturing a child’s natural intelligence, creativity, unique skills and providing them a basic sense of aesthetics.
Exposure to natural environment increases their curiosity about the world around and makes them accept the natural habitat the way it is.
Peer interaction is an integral part of the learning process, essential to develop compassion, care as well as respect for others.
Behavioral training is provided to the children with the help of certain manipulative exercises instead of ‘teaching’ them certain ‘rules’.
Children are also taught how to maintain basic personal hygiene on their own.
Children are often given team works or projects that help building self-confidence and growing a habit of active participation.
Lessons are designed in a way that children learn to find solutions spontaneously, on their own and become self-dependent.
Children are provided certain equipment that help in motor development and also help in refining their five senses.
Games are always part of the curriculum, required for their overall growth.
Children are never criticized for the mistakes, they are always ‘guided’ with love and patience. different age levels