Montessori method

The Montessori method helps children to reach their potential as human beings through the senses, in a prepared environment and using the scientific observation of a trained teacher. It is considered as an education for life and peace, using the following aspects to achieve it.

It helps the natural development of the human being.

 It stimulates the child to form his/her character and express his/her personality, providing security and respect.

It promotes responsibility and the development of self-discipline in the child, helping them to conquer their independence and freedom responsibly. 

It recognizes that thechildren build themselves.

Montessori rules of thumb

1

I don't hurt anyone or anything.

2

 Everything I take, I put it away in the correct place.

3

Everything I start, I finish it with quality.

4

I look at the eyes when somebody speak to me.

The environment prepared in Children's Community

This environment must represent the transition between home and school, boys and girls who already walk up to the age of approximately 6 years attend, depending on the ages, the number of children and space. The areas of work that must exist in this environment are: language, coordination, expression and practical life.

The material

They are a set of materials designed with a specific purpose, providing the child with particular knowledge appropriate for their age and helping the child focus on the task at hand.

The Montessori System is based on the spontaneous activity of the child, which is awakened by the child interest for the material, reflecting the contact between the children’s mind and an external reality, allowing them to do more complicated activities gradually.

The five main purposes
of the Montessori guide

1

Awaken the imagination and the child spirit.

2

Encourage in the kids their natural desire for independence and a high sense of self-esteem.

3

Develop in children kindness, courtesy and self-discipline that help them to become a member of society.

4

Help children to explore, observe and question ideas independently.

5

Create a spirit for joyful learning and help children to develop social skills.