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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Tabasco 148 col. Roma  CDMX, México 06700
Language

Montessori language curriculum is an integrated approach that combines phonetics and whole language. The child is first introduced to letters and sounds. After several sounds are mastered, he can begin to encode (spell) and decode (read) words by linking these sounds together. Words that do not follow the patterns or rules of the English language are presented as sight words. Once the child has gained confidence with his language skills, he can use it to enhance his studies in other areas of the