Simple thinking to abstract thinking.
At the age of 3, the child will begin the Montessori cycle through one of the most critical areas of learning in Montessori, Practical life, in this area, your child will start to:
This is a schematic stage where through Montessori Lessons your child will be ready to increase and regulate emotions, improve his socials skills (empathy for others) acquire and improve manners and his/she sense of order.
A challenging stage where your child should be ready for reading short sentences or paragraphs (depends on the level), create stories, increase his fine-motor skills writing cursive letters, work in math with the addition of more than one digit or even work with multiplication.
At this stage, your child will be ready to write paragraphs with 3 or 4 sentences, get a high reading comprehension and work on the parts of the speech with Montessori Material, (depends on the level).
Montessori House follows the Montessori philosophy, its curriculum, and learning method; supported on it, children have the opportunity to work through 5 specific areas of learning (Practical life, Mathematics, Language, Sensorial, Science / Culture).
My name is Carolina Tabares. I am from the country of Colombia, Montessori certificated teacher with a bachelor's degree in science of communication and with more than five years of experience working with children from 3 to 6 years old.
Montessori is a non-traditional education, a different philosophy that engages children in relevant material and instruction that challenge them appropriately. It is student-led and self-paced but also guided, assessed, and enriched by a knowledgeable and caring teacher.
Within the community of a multi-age classroom—designed to create natural opportunities for independence, citizenship, and accountability—children embrace multi-sensory learning and passionate inquiry. Individually students follow their curiosity at their own pace, taking the time they need to understand each concept and meet individualized learning goals fully.
When we as adults, guides, parents, don't project our fears, trying to control every aspect of the development and free will of children by judging them, We can see how much we can learn from them.
Mrs. Carolina Tabares