The Montessori approach has been widely accepted for almost 100 years and continues to be effective today, as per recent research. Brainy Stars International Montessori, Jayanagar’s best preschool, was founded with this noble idea in mind. The fundamental principles underpinning the approach support parents’ educational objectives in today’s society. The Montessori approach supports children in developing a strong sense of themselves, the capacity to relate to others, the capacity to be productive in all aspects of life, and the capacity to generate creative ideas. Early development is supported by the approach. A child’s formative years, from birth to age 6, form the basis for who they will be and the role they will play in their future. Students who receive a Montessori Education grow into able, responsible, intelligent, and creative people with a strong sense of self which will help them to succeed in the world.
Montessori and creativity
Creativity, according to Montessori, is a natural skill that comes naturally to children. It begins with the birth of a child and continues as they grow and develop their intelligence, their sense of self and their personality.
According to Montessori’s theory, children have a great deal of creativity; however, in order to use it, they need to learn to control their environment. In this way, creativity comes from a knowledge of reality.
In a Montessori classroom, children are given the opportunity to grow and develop their own abilities. They are exposed to a wide range of social and learning experiences.
In a child-centred classroom, where learning activities are delivered to children on a case-by-case basis, students progress at their own pace. They have the chance to practice, revise, or progress according to their individual interests and abilities. They take responsibility for their learning.
From toddlers to teenagers, the Montessori Method nurtures a child’s independence, organization, coordination, and concentration from the moment they enter the classroom. From the design of the classroom, the materials used, and the daily schedule, students grow in self-regulation, which is the capacity to learn on their own and reflect on what is being taught.
Students in the Montessori classroom come under various age groups; from 3 years old to teenagers. It is ideal for children to stay with the class and the teacher for the whole cycle.
Students of all ages working together are typical. The best teacher is usually someone who has already mastered the task, so older pupils like to mentor their younger classmates. Older “brothers” and “sisters” look up to the younger students, and the younger students get a sneak preview of what’s to come.
Knowledge is the sum of all the activities we do at Brainy Stars International Montessori & School in Bangalore to empower your child and bring out creativity the natural way.