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imageThe speech and language development that takes place from birth to six years old is essential to your child’s future development of literacy. Through the years, children begin to combine the sounds they hear with the letters and words seen in their environment to prepare themselves to read and write. You can help your child develop these emergent literacy skills during many of the activities that you already do each day.

imageMost people cringe upon hearing the term “normalization” for the first time. Do you mean my child isn’t normal? The term normalization is a term borrowed from anthropology and means "becoming a contributing member of society" Normalization in the Montessori classroom refers to the focus, concentration, and independence of the children, by their own choice. It means they have acquired the internal freedom to initiate work, be independent, and adhere (by choice) to the rules of the environment.

A well prepared Montessori environment facilitates the process of normalization by offering engaging, hands-on materials, three hour work cycles, and minimizing the disruption of concentration.

imageSensorial learning is a teaching approach that stimulates the child’s five senses: taste, touch, smell, sight, and hearing. This allows children to use their senses to explore and understand the world around them. It includes activities that help them study objects, colours, textures, tastes, numbers, and situations.
In our Montessori classes especially our 3- 6 years old class, we believe that every child needs an education that fosters a life-long love for learning. We introduce them to a teaching technique that is both fun and beneficial. Sensorial development which helps them build necessary skills that include cognition and logic.

imageD’après Maria Montessori, les activités pratiques de la vie donnent à l’enfant un sentiment d'appartenance établie par la participation à la vie quotidienne et des mouvements intentionnels répétés.

La vie pratique est composée de différentes activités qui permettent de développer le contrôle et la coordination motrice, l’autonomie, la concentration et le sens des responsabilités.
Les exercices de vie pratique sont des piliers de la pédagogie Montessori.

En effet, lorsqu’elles sont présentées ces activités permettent à l’enfant de satisfaire ses propres désirs et besoins. Ce sont des processus complexes en plusieurs étapes qui sont des expériences enrichissantes pour l’enfant. Grâce à la répétition, l'enfant apprend à se concentrer sur la tâche à accomplir et sur lui-même.

Levallois-Perret

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92300 Levallois Perret.

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