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    • Montessori Curriculum Augsburg Park
    • Dr. Maria Montessori (1870-1952)
    • Montessori vs. Traditional
      • Prepared Environment
      • Child Teacher
      • Teacher
      • Children
    • Montessori Curriculum Areas
      • Practical Life
      • Sensorial Arts
      • Language
      • Math
      • Cultural Arts
    • Practical Life
      • to make the child independent, refinement of movement, and discipline.
      • The materials focus on:
      • a. Elementary Movement
      • b. Care of the Person
      • c. Care of the Environment
      • d. Fine Finger Activities
      • e. Grace and Courtesy
    • Sensorial Arts
      • to educate the child’s sense.
      • The materials focus on:
      • a. Visual (colors)
      • b. Tactile (textures)
      • c. Auditory (sounds)
      • d. Gustatory (tasting exercise)
      • e. Olfactory (smelling exercise)
    • Language
      • to emphasize the child’s absorption of natural speech as well as a second language (writing, reading, grammar).
      • The materials focus on:
      • a. Sandpaper Letters
      • b. Moveable Alphabet
      • c. Nursery Rhymes, Story Telling
    • Math
      • to develop a “Mathematical Mind”
      • The materials focus on:
      • a. Number 1-10
      • b. Introduction to Decimal System
      • c. Teens and Tens
      • d. Operation and Fraction
    • Cultural Arts
      • to present the keys to the Universe
      • The materials focus on:
      • a. Geography
      • b. History
      • c. Botany
      • d. Zoology
      • e. Arts and Music
    •