Montessori's approach to education is largely based on the teacher introducing the child to appropriate educational materials after careful observation of the child's interests. It emphasizes educating the whole child by focusing on all aspects of development, including intellectual, social, emotional, physical and spiritual.
Montessori classroom materials are designed for children to learn through seeing, touching, hearing, feeling and moving. The classrooms consist of multiple age groups and older children are encouraged to teach younger students. Classrooms typically look more like a home than a traditional school.
In Bambinos classroom, the space is divided into several areas by low open shelves: one for practical life exercises, one for sensorial, one for language, one for math and other areas for art, music, geography and science.
In my Montessori program the multi-age children work together in the same classroom; so older kids have the opportunity to teach to little ones and also serve as a model for them.
Practical-Life Sensorial Basic American sign Language
Math Language Bilingual Language Development
Early Literacy Communications skills
Art/crfts Music & Movement
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