Nurturing one child at a time

ALBUM – MONTESSORI ACTIVITIES



LANGUAGE ACTIVITIES

Language is initiated using touch and tactile-based activities. First, alphabets are presented through meaningful games and tracing letters, and then small phonetic words are introduced before progressing to complex words and sentences. Since writing is an expression of one’s own thoughts, children are taught to write first before reading to encourage self-expression and creativity. The Casa curriculum also includes advanced grammar and sentence analysis for older children.


The Movable Alphabets 1

This Montessori activity recognizes that most children can spell out words long before they can write them.  This activity helps the child to think of a word and write it with individual alphabets.  It also helps them with their reading.

The Movable Alphabets 2

These are the words that this child made with the alphabets.

Botany Project

These two children are engaged in a botany project of learning leaf shapes.

English Grammar

This child has used the grammar symbols box to identify parts of speech – article, adjective, noun, preposition and conjunction. There is no verb in this sentence.

Cursive Writing 1

In a Montessori classroom, children are taught to write in cursive as it follows the child’s natural ability to scribbles in continuous circles.  Cursive also makes it easier for children to understand letters, words, and sentences and to write with proper spacings.

Cursive Writing 2

A perfect example of cursive writing by a 5 year old child that debunks the popular myth that ‘printing is easier to learn as children often get confused with cursive’.  Cursive in fact makes it easier for children to understand letters, words, and sentences and to write with proper spacings.

Cursive Writing 3

Another perfect example of cursive writing by a 5 year old child that debunks the popular myth that ‘printing is easier to learn as children often get confused with cursive’.  Cursive in fact makes it easier for children to understand letters, words, and sentences and to write with proper spacings.

Cursive Writing 4

The menu card written by a 5 year old child for the Holiday Lunch prepared entirely by our children. We teach children to write in cursive as it follows the child’s natural ability to scribbles in continuous circles. Cursive also makes it easier for children to understand letters, words, and sentences and to write with proper spacings.

Cursive Writing 5

Children’s writing in display at one of our holiday events.

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