In accordance with the philosophy of Montessori education, Montessori activities are aimed at the child’s self-discovery and learning, as well as learning by experiencing the skills he needs. Activities vary according to age groups.
From birth to 3 years old, it is important to prepare an environment that will nurture the child‘s confidence in himself and the world, allow him to believe in his existing skills, and improve his self-esteem.
During this period, mainly events are held where language, motor and fine motor skills will be developed.
In December of three and six years, activities are started in which the child’s independence is strengthened and he will learn to control himself.
In addition, october activities are also carried out to develop social skills and activities that will improve the knowledge of mathematics.
Between the Decembers of six and twelve, activities aimed at exploring the interests of the child, developing his self-esteem and increasing his imagination are organized, as well as activities that allow the child to discover and understand the society, culture and world in which he lives.
- In Montessori education, the child is developing at his own pace, which increases the child’s desire to learn and work.
- Develops the child’s self-esteem and sense of responsibility, as the planning and responsibility for the learning process is given to the child.
- Teaches discipline by internalizing it.
- Allows you to be a creative and productive individual.
• Creates space for him to grow as a social individual who respects himself and other people..
- Teaches you to express and manage your emotions in the most accurate way.
- Develops problem solving skills.