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Cognitive Development

Mathematics and Science are subjects that are often presented to children in such an abstract way. This is also often the reason why children have difficulty in grasping these subjects. Concrete experience is essential hence the use of manipulative material is necessary in order to develop children’s scientific and mathematical conception.

Understanding the areas of scientific and mathematical concepts can only happen when children have opportunities to explore through hands-on activities.

These hands-on activities in our kindergarten can be divided into several sections:
 

Matching using Colour Box 1 and Colour Box 2 , pairing cards

 

Sorting using “dinosaur counters”, different types of beans

Counting with counters, improvised Golden Beads material -  Orange Cubes material, Spindles

Classifying animal species according to mammals, reptilians, insects and etc.

Measuring weight, height, length

Solving problems of interest to the child

Exploring, questioning, observing, predicting, discussing the world around him (living things, colour, shape, size, texture etc.)

Developing number concepts (quantities)

Recognising numerals using Sandpaper Numerals

Developing Visual and Spatial discrimination of dimensions with Knobbed Cylinders (Montessori Sensorial Materials)

Having knowledge of time intervals with the activities of time line and using the “learning clock”

 


Curriculum

Montessori Method
Language & Communication
Cognitive Development
Moral Education
Social & Emotional Development
Physical Development
Creativity & Aesthetic Development
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