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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Math

Mathematics in the Montessori classroom can be separated into a few major categories: beginning counting, advanced counting, the decimal system, rational numbers (fractions), and the operations of addition, multiplication, subtraction and division. Concepts are presented in a very concrete way so that children 3-6 are not only able to count, but skip count, square numbers and work with numbers in the thousands. Once the child has a firm foundation in the operations of addition, multiplication, s