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Practical life activities help give the child a sense of being and belonging, established through participation in daily life with us. Generally the activities of practical life revolve around four areas: Caring for the Self, Caring for the Environment, Grace & Courtesy and Movement of Objects. The child observes these activities in the environment and gains knowledge through the real experience of how to accomplish life skills in a purposeful way.
Sensorial comes from the words sense or senses. Montessori believed that sensorial experiences began at birth. Through his senses, the child studies his environment. Through this study, the child then begins to understand his environment. The child, to Montessori, is a “sensorial explorer”. Sensorial Exercises were designed by Montessori to cover every quality that can be perceived by the senses such as size, shape, composition, texture, loudness or softness, matching, weight, temperature, etc.
There is no doubt that the earlier you introduce a new language to your child, the easier it will be for them to pick it up and become fluent. Young children love to sing, and are usually able to pick up new words and phrases before they even start speaking sentences. Introducing them to alphabets through sounds, nursery rhymes, fun songs & Storytelling in an informal way and make it fun thus introducing new words and phrases along the way. Teaching actions like clap hands, jump up and down, run, skip, and hop. Playing around with them, having fun introducing new words slowly and repeating them over and over.
Here the kids are introduced to our Solar System and the world we live in. We learn about different places, the continents and countries as well as the oceans, rivers, deserts or mountains on our planet.
Here and there , Numbers are everywhere!!! and there’s no escaping them. So, it makes sense to catch them young and introduce children to Math. From around the age of 2, your child is developmentally ready to understand the one-to-one relationship between a numeral and objects. Learning to count is a great introduction to mathematics for toddlers. Counting fingers and toes from one to ten is particularly fun when accompanied by rhymes & songs.
Young minds are introduced to Zoology as a science by discussing about all animals of all shapes and sizes, from tiny insects to large mammals, their young ones, habitats & many other fascinating facts about them.