Each Children’s House of multisensory learning is arranged into four main subject areas: Practical Life Education, Sensorial Education, Education for the Development of the Logical/ Mathematical Mind and Education for Language Development. Daily lessons may also include movement exercise, playground, Mandarin, circle time, lunch and clean up.
Hands-on activities keep children in touch with learning as they build concentration and an increasing sense of order during this period of rapid social and emotional development. The Montessori principles and curriculum are designed to foster characteristics that play a critical role in intellectual growth such as self-confidence, self-esteem and self-control. When young children exhibit these qualities, they feel good about themselves and interact appropriately with their environment and peers, with the development of their independent, inner discipline and interpersonal skills.
(Age 1 – 3 yrs)
(Age 3 – 6 yrs)