The development of language is part of the development of the personality, for words are the natural means of expressing thoughts and establishing understanding between people. Maria Montessori We guided all the age group children to work in the language area starting from the sandpaper letters, the yellow level “the phonetic sounds “ the pink
In Montessori education, there is usually an introductory geography lesson focused on land, air, and water.To introduce this lesson, We put together a tray with the following materials: • A globe @ water and land globe) • 3 empty glass containers labeled “land,””air,” and “water” We explained to the children that the earth is made up
George Washington: “First in war, First in peace, First in the hearts of his countrymen” George Washington The children learned about the father of the United States of America “George Washington “ They watched an educational video on President's Day , it was about him.The one dollar bill was part of our Show and Tell part
The myth of the tongue map; that 1 tastes bitter, 2 tastes sour, 3 tastes salt, and 4 tastes sweet. The tongue map or taste map is a common misconception that different sections of the tongue are exclusively responsible for different basic tastes. It is illustrated with a schematic map of the tongue, with certain
Starry Night: The children learned about colors and visual interpretations through the eyes of Van Gogh this month. We picked Starry Night as a sample art for them. Helped them notice the separation between color and patter, movements and shapes and then helped them with their FIRST attempt to imitate the famous painting itself.
Scientists use scientific classification to sort the world, but there are many other ways of sorting. One way we can sort things as a Montessorians is by classifying them as living or nonliving. Living things use energy. They move or change shape. They take in food and get rid of waste, and they have babies,
With Ms. Luff Children are always looking for new information to soak up. They have so many questions about the world, their surroundings and especially their own bodies. As children grow up, they start to recognize that they can run, play, laugh, and sing. As they develop and become more curious about their bodies, it's