The Practical Life exercises: These are the foundation of the Montessori system. They are elementary movement and preliminary activities; such as sweeping, transferring, pouring, care of self, care of environment, fine and social skills, These exercises aim to bridge the gap between home and school and aid the child in that transition.
Sensorial education: the sensorial materials bring about a development where the child can compare, distinguish and discriminate where he/she can work with one or more of the exercises together in smooth motorization and mental conception.
Language: With the montessori method of teaching, basic writing, reading, listening and speaking skills are developed. The phonic method of learning to read alphabets produces understanding because a child first learns the phonic sound of each letter. With the help of sensorial materials, the child automatically knows how to hold the pencil.
Number Work: Through Maria Montessori;s deliberately designed method, the child makes the smooth progression from concrete to abstract.
Cultural Subjects, art & craft, Music, french, and computer appreciation.