Sciences

The World of Plants (Botany) and The World of Animals (Biology and Chemistry) A plant is a living organism manufacturing its own food (autotrophic) while animals require carbon to be fixed by plants which they digest (heterotrophs). Traditionally plants are divided into ground cover or non flowering plants and seed producing and flowering plants. The …

History

World of Man (History) Like Geography, this is a point of departure for language and to add variety and further Sensorial experience.  History shows how life was lived at different times, while Geography shows life in different regions.  We present facts through artefacts and language.  The transformation from Geography to History is accomplished through the …

Culture Theory

  Technology and culture has allowed us to become specialists, living beyond our independent means, we rely on others for the fulfilment of our physical, emotional and spiritual needs, from pilgrimage to industrialised farming our culture is all around us and sustains us.   Any baby is attached through the ‘link of love’ to learn …

Geography

The World    The Absorbent Mind and the Sensitive Periods for Language are used n the Montessori Method to provide a love for Geography and a foundation for further study.New technical language is easily and joyfully taken in by the child during this period.  Terms for Land and Water masses, countries, continents are given so …