So it’s Christmas time – once again! Time to pray, sing carols, taste the delicious cakes and puddings, decorate the Christmas tree and what not. Even adults become kids when it comes to celebration time. We all had great time at Christmas Eve.
As the part of curriculum, kids of Anubhava has visited Biscuit factory – Pushti Foods located at Katedan. Reason for visit is, kids will recall the process of making biscuits – whenever they get chance to speak on subject and connect themselves to real world. This way of learning was also approved by Shantiniketan of…
Montessori Sensorial activities are those refine five senses – Tactile, Visual, Auditory, Olfactory a d Gustatory senses. Children are particularly receptive to developing their senses from age 2-6, and it’s important to give children at those ages as many sensorial experiences as possible.
Learning mathematical concepts in a Montessori classroom begins concretely and progresses towards the abstract. They are developed from simple to complex. Process is taught first, and facts come later. Order, coordination, concentration and independence are experienced by the child using these materials.
Child nourish his inner skill of creative ideas & imagination through art & craft. This plays an important role in child brain development.
Great way to learn communication skills is talking in group and presenting our view. Child gets opportunity to present his learned – rhymes, vocabulary, comprehension, picture reading, grammar, word study and also, learn from others.
Study Material that is available at premises, can accessed by children to explore & learn by themselves. Material is designed especially to enhance child’s knowledge on given subject and gives strong foundation at early stages of learning. This habit of self-exploring makes child learn independently throughout his lifetime.
Anubhava Montessori House of Children is a Pre-school, which follows the authentic Montessori Method. We aim for the fullest possible development of the whole child, ultimately preparing him for life’s many rich experiences. Montessori is a developmentally based approach to education.