Montessori approach to early childhood educationKidKen Montessori
As Dr. Maria Montessori once said, “The most important period of life is not the age of university studies, but the first one, the period from birth to the age of six.”
How Montessori work?
The Montessori approach focus on the child’s overall development. Emphasis not just listening, reading, and writing but also on the child’s all 5 senses. The preschool environment play’s a significant role in the progress of a child. The teachers guide and support the children as they pursue learning on their own.
- Every child is been treated as unique.
- They develop in a caring community
- The environment naturally teaches self-discipline.
- Children can enjoy and learn with freedom bounded by limits.
- They develop into active seekers of knowledge.
- Children tend to be more creative.
- Self-assessment and self-correction become an integral part of Montessori.
- Hands-on-learning than lecturing.
Given these benefits, the child tends to become confident, enthusiastic and self-driven. They start to think critically, work in a team and act boldly.
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