Emphasis on individualized learning: In Montessori classrooms, teachers focus on each child’s unique needs and abilities, and create individualized learning plans to help each child reach their full potential.
Hands-on learning: Montessori education emphasizes learning through hands-on experiences, rather than just through lectures or textbooks. This is especially beneficial for young children who learn best through exploration and discovery.
Focus on practical life skills: Montessori classrooms often include activities that teach practical life skills, such as pouring, sorting, and buttoning, which help children develop fine motor skills and independence.
Respect for the child: Montessori education places a strong emphasis on treating children with respect and dignity. Children are encouraged to be independent and make their own choices, which helps build their self-confidence and self-esteem.
Multisensory approach: Montessori classrooms often use a variety of materials and activities to engage children’s senses, including touch, sight, and sound. This multisensory approach can be especially beneficial for young children who are still developing their cognitive and motor skills.
Our program is designed for comprehensive individual development at the
child’s natural pace.