Learning does not end with the regular school year. Montessori preschool children will enjoy keeping their educational interests going with any of these summer games. Some of these are more fun played by groups but they can all be played by a single child and a caregiver who want to have a little fun together.
For those considering Montessori pre-school or elementary school for their child, there are three significant differences in Montessori schools as compared to traditional schools to explore: the class teacher, environment, and schedule.
Research indicates that naptime is as important to Montessori preschool students as play-based learning or being given the freedom to pursue personal interests. For the sake of simplicity, you can think of nap time as a chance for a young child’s brain to reset, storing learned information and processing associations which have been encountered during the early part of the day.
Before a child can learn to read, she needs to grasp a few pre-reading skills. Montessori preschoolers are presented with the opportunity to discover pre-reading skills on a daily basis. These skills are her first acquaintance with stories, books, language, and more. They will allow her to understand the basic structure of sentences and how they exist in the printed form.