Montessori Materials

According to Dr. Maria Montessori, the senses are the gateway to knowledge. During the first six years, the child is most receptive to sensorial stimulation as they are going through periods of sensitivity. The Montessori Method of education integrates several materials as well as apparatus in the curriculum that caters to the needs and requirements…

Cosmic Education

Children have their unique set of requirements as they approach different planes of development. These distinct needs should be effectively met in order to achieve optimal holistic development. The Montessori Method of Education is a revolutionary pedagogical tool that assimilates all integral aspects of physical, psychological, cognitive, emotional, and emotional philosophies to help the child…

Sensitive Periods

The human mind is constructed from hard-wired dynamic connections that are always altering throughout the individual’s lifetime. The wiring of the brain is responsible for multiple functions that are vital for survival, security, and other basic life functions. The Adult mind is developed on the basis of the foundations laid during the initial six years…

Absorbent Mind

When one initially enters the world of Montessori Education whether incorporating the philosophy at home or sending the child to a Montessori institution, the sensation of being in a parallel universe often comes to mind. Developed by an Italian Physician Dr. Maria Montessori in the year 1907, the Montessori Method of education is an autonomous…

Human Tendencies

To effectively facilitate education to developing minds the educators and adults must regard the child as an individualistic extension of themselves. The Montessori Philosophy includes all appropriate aspects of Physical, Psychological, Physiological, Mental, Emotional, and Social principles that facilitate holistic development in children. The Montessori Method of Education is more than just a revolutionary pedagogical…

Sensorial Materials in Montessori

Dr. Maria Montessori believed that the senses are the gateway to knowledge.During the first six years, the child goes through a sensitive period and is most receptive to sensorial stimulation.The Montessori Method of education incorporates the stimulation of senses in the curriculum.The child gathers information and knowledge from the environment. The Montessori method of education…

Practical Life Activities in Montessori Education

When given the right curriculum and opportunities children are able to develop at their maximum potential.Every child has sensitive periods that factors in optimum holistic development. These distinct sensitive periods may not arise at the same time in children.Parents and teachers should provide children with the right tools and curriculum for them to achieve well-rounded…

Language Activities for Montessori

The Montessori Method of Education lays heavy emphasis on facilitating holistic development to children. The Montessori Method of education promotes hands-on learning which encourages children to understand, self-correct, and flourish at their own pace with trial and error.  In order to facilitate the overall development of children the Montessori method of teaching focuses on three…

Montessori Program for different age groups

The Montessori method of education has been widely accepted around the world for more than a century. Initially built as an orthophrenic school for mentally disabled children Dr. Maria Montessori opened her first Casa Dei Bambini in 1907 to help normal children achieve optimum excellence. The Montessori method of education is a unique pedagogical approach…

How to become a Montessori Teacher: A Definitive Guide

Dr. Maria Montessori, an Italian Physician, an educator, and a pedagogue opened her first institution for teacher training Orthophrenic School also called  Scuola Magistrale Ortofrenica for children with learning and mental disabilities in the year 1900. A total of 64 teachers enrolled in this program to study : Psychology Physiology  Anatomy of the nervous system…