Montessori kinderworld(3 to 6 years old) Curriculum
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Practical Life Exercises
Providing opportunities for purposeful work and assist children in their physical, emotional and social development. Children are engaged in a wholesome range of coordination of movement, awareness of the environment, good work habits, responsibility, concentration, attention, independence, order and positive self-image.
The sensorial materials are , “the keys to the universe”. It presents the child with a strong basis for intellectual growth and a preparation for complex learning. The sensorial activities guide children in learning to discriminate, classify , compare and therefore making a mental order of the environment.
Mathematics materials are designed to give the child a sound understanding of numbers and their relationship. Work is always introduced in a simple and sensorial way so that the child can see, hold and feel a number or concept and gradually led to an abstract understanding. Children will learn numbers, addition, subtractions, multiplication, division, shapes, money, calendar, measurement, capacity and problem solving.
Communication, Language and Literacy
The Montessori 3-6 classroom is a natural extension of the patterns of communication that have already been absorbed. The fun, creative and concrete and coloured coded materials, from the sandpaper letters to the beginning of sentence analysis, allow the child to take small, logical, sequential steps to independent, fluent reading language series.
Cultural studies in Montessori are designed to help children to gain knowledge and understanding of the world. Activities related to Botany & Zoology, Geography and History are covered.
Children immerse themselves in learning Bahasa Indonesia through carefully designed curriculum. The program equips children with listening and oral skills using stories, songs, rhymes and language activities that prepare them for elementary.
Our creative arts programme engages a child’s imagination and include activities such as art, dance, drama, puppetry, and music. They stimulate and help children cultivate their abilities and fostering flexibility of their mind.
Children get to play parachute games together using a variety of resources to enhance the game. Teachers promote team work in children as they enhance their concentration and coordination skills.
Physical activity is a key part of learning and development. Yoga exercises are a wonderful way to increase children’s co-ordination, self-awareness, confidence and self-esteem while they stretch and strengthen their mental and physical bodies.