Archives: CMS Classes

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Casa | Dragonflies

Maria Montessori was was the first woman in Italy to earn a degree in medicine, she later went on to teach children. Through her observations, she developed the Montessori method which was based on sensory materials that allowed children to develop experiences with all their senses. Children were allowed to experiment with the materials once they had been shown how to use them, often learning from each other.
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Casa | Bumblebees

Montessori addresses a range of learning and experience that is far broader than any state-prescribed curriculum. It focuses on the six core areas of learning; practical life...
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Toddler | Panda

At Panda Class we follow the Montessori philosophy focusing on the early stage of life. We encourage children to be independent, confident, and enthusiastic in their learning
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Casa | Penguins

"Only through freedom and environmental experience is it practically possible for human development to occur." – Maria Montessori
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Toddler | Rabbit

The Toddler Class is often the child’s first experience outside of the home where the child starts to explore the outside world
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Nido | Ladybirds

The word ‘Nido’ means nest in Italian. The Nido classroom is specially designed to cater to the needs of the infant. We offer a half and full day program for either a morning session or an afternoon session.
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Toddler | Chipmunks

As soon as children find something that interests them they lose their instability and learn to concentrate.
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Casa | Hummingbird

Maria Montessori was was the first woman in Italy to earn a degree in medicine, she later went on to teach children. Through her observations, she developed the Montessori method which was based on sensory materials that allowed children to develop experiences with all their senses.