Montessori Curriculum Areas

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Outdoor activities

An important part of a child’s development is their activity in the outdoor environment. Our indoor and outdoor environments are closely related and have been designed by Prue Walsh. Prue is an experienced Early Childhood Educator who specializes in designing physical environments within early childhood settings. Prue has consulted on over 2500 projects both in Australia and overseas, and her approach gives paramount importance to meeting children’s play and developmental needs. Through these exceptional play spaces children are able to extend their social skills through co-operative interaction and concepts explored with classroom materials are applied to the wider outdoor environment.

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Sensorial

The goal of the Montessori Sensorial section is to educate the child's senses. This curriculum area contains Montessori-specific materials that help the child refine his or her experience of sight, sound, touch, taste and smell. In addition, the materials of this section are modeled on scientifically-based concepts, such as metric system dimensions or algebraic formulas. Sensory experience with materials such as these are the child's first step toward understanding the abstract concepts they rep