LESSONS FOR LIFE!

LESSONS FOR LIFE!

The exercises of practical life are formative activities, a work of adaptation to the environment. Such adaptation to the environment and efficient functioning therein is the very essence of useful education.-Maria Montessori We all are living in a society which…

 REMODELLING THE SCHOOL

REMODELLING THE SCHOOL

“It is a greater challenge to manifest wellness in an unhealthy environmentSo be aware of the environment where you live, the first step to greater health! “ The environment we live in has a great impact on our lifestyles. Notably,…

 DEVELOPMENT OF THE WILL

DEVELOPMENT OF THE WILL

“The goal of early childhood education should be to activate the child’s own natural desire to learn.”-MARIA MONTESSORI A Montessori environment offers many opportunities for the child to choose from. This ability to choose for oneself develops successively during the…

 HANDS-ON LEARNING

HANDS-ON LEARNING

Hands-on learning has long been publicized lavishly by parents and educators as a significant factorin raising children who go on to have a lifelong love of learning and who perform betteracademically. But what exactly do we refer to when we…

 Language in A Montessori Classroom

Language in A Montessori Classroom

Language is a vital part of human development. People cannot live without communication with others in our society and human civilization cannot continue without the conservation of language and the collective minds of the individuals in a society. Maria Montessori…

 Sensorial Material

Sensorial Material

The Sensorial Area consists of materials that educate and refine the child’s senses. The child learns to recognize similarities and differences; to discriminate between similar objects; to grade similar objects. This is important for later mastery of tasks involving math…