At the age of 1.8 years, kids enter this wonderderful time where they are quite literally the most curious beings ever. He starts building a perpectual map of everything around him and this is where the montessary comes in.
Around the age of 3, children love interracting with objects. Their desire to learn is only limited by the quality of the interractions they have with their evnironment.
At the same age (3 years), a child has developed a map of his thoughts and begins a quest for exploring the world around him. Some experiments become memories, and others, a stepping stone
As the brain of the child goes on a quest to explore the surrounding, intense burst of concentration spurts. A child in this phase (from 4 to 6 years), usually do focused work for around 3 hours at a stretch.
The most beautiful thing about being a parent is that, the child is full of memories. From the time they spoke the first word, to the first step, to their first school, time fly's by. But its the most beautiful time ever.
Once considered an educational experiment, Montessori is increasingly becoming the blueprint for a new approach to learning—one that’s demonstrating long-term success. Montessori’s core belief is that effective learning is self-directed and the child is a motivated doer rather than an empty vessel, as considered in traditional rote learning models.
A child is an amazing being of self directed thought process. We love that we have the privilage to direct the thought process to enable him to think independently
Respect is at the core of our family. Our belief is that the society will be a really amazing place if everyone respected the little things that every individual does for each other
To facilate different forms of interraction with the environent, we maintain an indoor and outdoor playarea, just to ensure we can interract with all children.