The Montessori Method of schooling, developed by Dr. Maria Montessori, is a child-centered educational strategy based on scientific observations of kids from birth to maturity. 
It's a strategy that values the individual soul and the growth of the entire child--physical, social, emotional, cognitive.

Montessori emphasizes learning through all five senses, not just listening, watching, or reading. 
Children in Montessori schools learn at their own, personal rate and in line with their selection of activities by hundreds of chances. Learning is a fascinating procedure for discovery, resulting in immersion, motivation, self-discipline, as well as a love of education. Montessori lessons set children in three-year age classes (3-6, 6-9, 9-12, etc), forming communities in which the older kids casually reveal their understanding with the younger ones.

While traditional classrooms are all teacher-led, with children instructed to listen passively, Montessori kids are active participants in their schooling. Understanding comes through a child's ability to discover things for themselves whilst in the traditional method, learning is situated on predetermined and limited subjects.
The Montessori method allows kids to learn in their pace and follow their special interests, leading to enjoyable learning which is sustainable over a lifetime.

The Montessori method of instruction puts a tremendous emphasis in the thoughtfully-designed environment, ready beforehand based on students individual needs. Montessori kids can teach themselves using particularly prepared materials.

The Montessori way of teaching encourages children to develop their own self-esteem based within an internal sensation of pride in their accomplishments while at traditional classrooms, self-esteem was demonstrated to emerge from outside ruling and validation, making it more vulnerable to outside conditions.


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Hey, Mommies! Make your child advanced in Science through this 8-page worksheet. This worksheet helps your child identify the senses and the sense organ. It has an activity that surely makes your child understands the lesson. worksheet aims to teach the child about the five senses and five sense organs. This is best to use at home and will serve as mother-child-bonding teaching strategy.
It has three blank pages because I scroll the Microsoft Word a lot during the process of creating. I just make it this day. I hope it will help you and your child.

Five Senses

Each File Folder Game comes with a game label for the front of a file folder, an activity sheet, and game pieces. Print the activity sheets and glue it to the inside of the file folder.Print and laminate the game pieces.
Directions: Look at the pictures on the activity sheet. Put next the picture the senses that you use with that object.

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