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The Project to Help Children Gain Some Confidence.

The Project to Help Children Gain Some Confidence.

Scrapbooking is a great way to create something unique and keep it with us for the rest of our lives. We scrapbook everything about the leaf we learned for the past four weeks during our Culture online. Scrapbooking is a favourite pastime amongst kids worldwide because it allows them to make something that they can keep and test their creativity. With all the available digital data and technology, there is something about having a physical copy of something that one creates.

Culture studies about leaves their colours, shapes, and naming each part of a leaf. Children’s interaction with paint to emphasize the leaf’s veins is always a success! Learning about plants, where children can observe changes as the seeds begin to sprout and grow over time and record their observations on the recording sheet!

Our young child has probably seen or heard about farm animals even if we live in a city or the suburbs, miles from the nearest grazing cow. Perhaps we’ve sung “Old MacDonald Had a Farm” or read a story featuring sheep, ducks, and horses. It may sound like simple toddler fun, but learning this vocabulary at a young age helps our child develop savvy pre-academic and social skills.

   

 

 

Montessori Cultural Activity

Montessori Cultural Activity

“Culture and education have no bounds or limits; now man is in a phase in which he must decide for himself how far he can proceed in the culture that belongs to the whole of humanity.” Maria Montessori

Montessori cultural activities are some interesting learning. They typically include geography, history, general science, botany and zoology, music, and art. Culture studies can build bridges between pupils. When one child picks up a topic others want to join. And exchanging knowledge begins from that moment onwards.

The Montessori Cultural Studies curriculum provides children with an opportunity to explore the larger world. As part of a rich exploration of the different cultures of the world, students learn about the people, terrain and animals of each continent.
Cultural Studies also introduces children to the physical world that surrounds them, providing them with the opportunity to explore real things and learn the scientific names of plants and animals.

  

 

 

“The teacher’s task is not to talk, but to prepare and arrange a series of motives for cultural activity in a special environment made for the child.” —The Absorbent Mind by Dr Montessori