đź’«Montessori’s Practices in the Schoolđź’«

In Montessori preschool, children engage in daily practical life activities using a variety of apparatus, fostering their sensory development in sight, hearing, touch, smell, and proprioception. They also delve into fundamental subjects such as mathematics, language, and cultural studies, including geography and zoology. Before class begins, teachers guide the children to line up, helping to transition them from outdoor play or mealtime. Throughout the day, they guide the children’s learning by providing appropriate apparatus and materials tailored to their individual learning objectives. Montessori education stands out for its recognition of diverse learning styles, allowing students to progress at their own pace and fostering a deep sense of independence and self-directed learning.