The Montessori curriculum is well-known for its holistic and child-centered educational approach. Emphasizing experiential learning, the curriculum covers language arts, mathematics, practical life activities, sensorial exercises and cultural subjects. Each subject is thoughtfully developed to promote well-rounded development in children, nurturing their natural curiosity and thirst for knowledge. A Paradigm Shift in Education Traditional education often […]
Toddlers level up their courage and curiosity once they learn to stand on their feet (as early as nine months for some babies). This is great as that is how they discover the world, use their senses, and learn what their bodies can do, from walking, climbing, jumping, reaching for items, etc. As a parent, […]
The Montessori approach to learning is notable for its ability to take cues from the child’s natural development and progression. There is no better proof of this than the 4 planes of development, which is the crux of the Montessori theory. According to Maria Montessori, there are 4 planes of development that represent a series […]
Dealing with toddler frustration is never easy. As a parent or teacher, this is one of those instances that challenge your patience to the limit. However, the Montessori approach to dealing with toddler tantrums and frustration emphasizes the need to choose your language carefully. It is vital that you figure out what works for your […]
The learning philosophy of any Montessori school is geared towards developing children with well-rounded learning. The idea is to trust students that they are capable of their own learning experiences; an incredible way to recognize and develop the child’s inherent ability to discover the world through meaningful play. The learning process is guided with the […]
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One of the reasons I love Montessori – it teaches you the complex in the simplest way.
With the Montessori Method, Geography is taught to children in a very unique way.
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Many parents and teachers are implementing Montessori materials with their children at home and in the classrooms.
There is just so much happening in a Montessori classroom and teaching happens very differently to a traditional classroom…
One of the most frequently asked questions about our Diploma program in Montessori Education is “Will my Montessori certification be recognised internationally?”