The practical life exercises are designed to help children develop self-help skills, motor skills, hand-eye co-ordination, ability to listen and pay attention, concentration, attention to details, and independence. Through daily routines and duties, they also learn to exercise their responsibility in caring for their environment.
The sensorial exercises help children to develop the ability to discriminate
using their five senses, as well as to refine and sharpen these senses.
Language & Phonics
The children learn to read and write through the Montessori systematic graded phonic scheme. Their literacy skills are also enhanced through conversation, speech work, drama, stories, songs, and creative writing.
Starting with concrete objects and moving to abstract concepts, the children
learn number sequence from zero to 9,999, as well as addition, subtraction,
multiplication, division, fractions and problem-solving.
Culture & General Knowledge
The children are introduced to biology, geography, history and physical science through storytelling, resource books, concrete objects, hands-on experience and project work.