Montessori Method

“Education is the natural process carried out by a child and is not acquired by listening to words but by experiences in the environment.” - Maria Montessori

What is the Montessori Method of education? It refers to the principles of education introduced by Maria Montessori, who was a physician by profession. Later on, she taught differently abled children and used her scientific observations to develop the renowned teaching method for normal children as well. According to her observations, young people seem to learn best in homelike environments using materials for independent, self-directed learning. Many schools across the world follow her techniques to impart early education.

What are the benefits of Montessori Method? Studies show that during the early years the grasping power of our minds is the highest. Almost 50% of the overall intelligence develops before the age of 4 and 30% by the time one is 8. This education system strives to provide a learning environment where children are able to grasp as much as possible.

Studies show that children educated via this method are quite adaptable, capable to work independently as well as in a collaborative environment. Such non-competitive, self-directed, the atmosphere helps to develop confidence and self-esteem.

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Child’s Safety First…Child ID Program !

January 12, 2015January 12, 2015

We all know how important our children’s safety is… Nicholas Montessori is teaming up with New York Life to ensure the safety of our children and holding a free event of Child ID Program (Courtesy of New York Life Insurance Company) on January 28, 2015 at 4:00 PM at Nicholas Montessori School. By attending this event, you will get free ID card with your child’s photo, digital fingerprints and other vital information. This event is open for public for the children with age up to 10 years. Please feel free to bring your friends and family for this event.

Please contact us for more details..

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