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How is a Montessori curriculum different from other programs

The Montessori curriculum is much broader than many other programs. The Montessori teaches more than just the basics. First of all, it has exercise that develop the child's basic capacities-his or her ability:

  • to control movement - motor development

  • to use senses - perceptual development

  • to think - cognitive development

  • to intend - volitional development

  • to feel and have emotions - affective/emotional development

In this way, the program helps the child become a competent learner and develop :


Strong foundation

  • Language

  • Math

In-depth study of

  • Physical and Cultural geography

  • Zoology

  • Botany

  • Physical Science

  • History

  • Art

Children further learn practical skills for everyday life such as:

  • Cooking

  • Carpentry

  • Sewing

But more than this, they learn how to be contributing members of a social community.


At Nature's Materials we understand that the benefits of the Montessori curriculum and purposely curate products that align with the Montessori approach.




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