montessori Subjects

Practical Life

  • Preliminary activities and body movement

  • Care of self

  • Care of the environment
  • Grace and courtesy
  • Meals and Food Preparation
  • Grace and Courtesy
  • Personal Responsibility
  • Classroom Skills: Library & Media
  • Social Skills
  • Time Management

Sensorial

  • Nomenclature Cards
  • Visual activities
  • Discrimination of Color, Shape, Size, Weight, Temperature, Etc.
  • Five Senses
  • Geometric Solids
  • Patterns
  • Tactile activities
  • Auditory activities
  • Olfactory activities

Culture and Science Manual

  • Cosmic education and peace
  • Nomenclature Cards, and exploring the nature table
  • Geography – explores physical and cultural geography with Montessori Globes, Land and Water Forms, Puzzles Maps, and Flags of the World
  • History – explores the passage of time and appreciates personal history by examining birthdays, personal timelines, family trees, and the changing seasons
  • Zoology – explores living and non-living things, differences between plants and animals, caring for classroom animals, and the five classes of animals
  • Botany – explores the role and purpose of plants in the world. This child centered curriculum introduces the plant and its parts using live plants
  • Science – exciting, hands-on experiments provide active participation with trial and error, exploring natural laws such as magnetism, buoyancy, evaporation, chemical reactions, and light and color

Language Arts

  • Active listening and spoken language activities that include English and Arabic reading aloud to children, public speaking, reciting poetry, and enriching the classroom with words.
  • Fostering the development of fine motor skills, and facilitating sound consciousness
  • Presenting Montessori language materials and activities, including the Metal Insets, Sandpaper Letters, Movable Alphabet, and Wooden Language Cards in both English and Arabic.
  • Implementing a phonics reading program, including materials that facilitate the identification of phonograms, consonant digraphs and high frequency sight words
  • Materials and activities that introduce and reinforce creative writing and the parts of speech, including nouns, articles, adjectives, and verbs
  • Enriching the program with engaging themes and quality children’s literature

Mathematics

  • Number Recognition
  • Number Concepts: 1-1 Correspondants, Linear Counting
  • Introduction to Decimal System (Place Value)
  • Math Operations(+,-, X, +)
  • Exercises Leading to the Memorization of Math Facts
  • Properties of Addition and Subtraction
  • Exercises Leading to the Understanding of Fractions
  • Working With Money
  • Geometry: Shapes, Solids, Perimeter
  • Measure: Length, Weight, Volume
  • Graphs
  • Probability
  • Inequalities
  • Problem Solving
  • Number Rods and Number Cards
  • Sandpaper Numbers
  • Spindle Boxes and Math Step Board
  • Decimal System Bead Material
  • Change (Bank) Game
  • Stamp Game
  • Short Bead Stair
  • Ten, Teen, and Hundred Boards
  • Snake Game
  • Skip Counting with Short and Long Chains