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Practical Life


In this section of work, the child finds materials and exercises of their every day life. From pouring water from a jug to a glass, or learning how to tie a shoelace. These activities help the child to properly take care of themselves so that the child may feel as though they are independent and do not have to rely on an adult for their basic needs. These activities also help them to refine their fine motor skills, which are very important for writing in the future.


  水差しに水を注ぐことや靴ひもを結ぶ方法を学 ぶことなど、子供たちの日常生活の中から学習材料と課題を見つけます。このような日常生活に関連する行動を通じて、自分の事は自分できちんとできるように なり、大人に頼らずとも自立しているという自信を感じるようになるでしょう。このように日常の活動の中で細やかな運動機能に磨きをかけることは、「書く」という技能の習得に非常に重要なことなのです。



The child is taught language through a specific progression of lessons where they first becomes aware of the different sounds in a word. The child then learns the language phonetically until the point where the child is taught the different grammar through games.  All these carefully planed lessons help children to spell and read naturally.



子供たちには具体的な進度のある英語教育が行われます。そのなかで単語の音声に含まれる韻をしっかり理解することができるようになります。ゲームを通して音声学的に英語を学び、それから多様な文法 を学びます。入念に立案されたレッスンによって、子供たちは自然に字をつづり、読むことができるようになっていきます。



Activities in this section allow the child to refine each of their senses (e.g., sight, sound, smell, touch and taste).  The child will become able to appreciate color or texture differences, organize thoughts and objects in their environment and develop a refined sense of pitch from the music the student hears.





The child first learns to count through the understanding of the concept that those numbers represent a specific amount.  Through each material, the child will learn addition, subtraction, multiplication and division and truly understand what each one means in their deeper sense. Through this method of teaching, Montessori offers the child a strong and solid foundation in the understanding of mathematics.






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