Technical Preparation

  • Exercises of Practical Life deals with the acquisition of co-ordination of movement and practical independence in daily life and social awareness.
  • Sensorial activities serve as a means of intelligent exploration of the environment and development of consciousness leading to cognitive development.
  • Language activities focus on the development of spoken language leading to acquisition of writing and reading skills.
  • Arithmetic activities help in the development of the mathematical mind (four operations in arithmetic within the framework of the decimal system)
  • Other cultural activities
    While dealing with the spontaneous exploration of written language and its historical and psychological background, it will made clear how the young child is one of the most vital contribution to a total eradication of illiteracy.

“Education is a natural process carried out by the child and is not acquired by listening to words but by experiences in the environment.”- Dr. Maria Montessori.