Multiplying intelligence program
Glenn doman has demonstrated time to time again that very young children are far more capable of learning than we ever imagined. He has taken his remarkable work–work that explores why children from birth to age six learn better and faster than older children do–and given it practical application. How to multiply your baby’s intelligence provides a comprehensive program that shows just how easy and pleasurable it is to teach our young child how to read, understand mathematics, and expand his or her general learning potential. It explains how to begin and expand this remarkable program, how to make and organize necessary materials, and how to more fully develop our child’s learning ability. By following the simple daily program in a relaxed and loving way, we will enable your child to experience the joy of learning–as have millions of children the world over. With how to multiply your baby’s intelligence, we can give your baby a powerful advantage that will last a lifetime.
Curriculum – Based Activities
E.P.L (Exercise of Practical Life).
Every day life skill, social graces and movements are all part of the practical life. Activities like : Pouring, spooning, sorting, transferring object using tongs, mopping floor, collecting dust from dustpan, washing hands, cleaning chair & table, dressing and undressing himself / herself, folding clothes, ironing and stitching clothes. These activities helps the child to promote care on the environment which he observes adult doing everyday. This also helps the child to increase his concentration and attention to a task and make the child independent. Learn more social grace, what to say and when Helps the child to learn to be a part of everyday society.
These activities helps the child to develop his senses and awareness of the world around her through the scientifically designed materials to isolate individual qualities such as colour, size, shape, weight, texture and more,. These activities involves the whole of the child.
In Montessori method Language is taught through phonetic based approach to reading from speaking to isolating sounds and then into reading. Montessori child essentially “teachers” himself/ herself to read through learning the letter sounds, writing words using those sounds and finally reading those words back. We use cursive letters because the formation of these letters is smooth and easy for writing.
They begin with manipulative’s and then slowly lead into abstract concepts. Beginning with number 1-10 and 1-1000, children learn linear counting and recognition of numerals which leads into addition, subtraction, multiplication and division concepts. These activities are done through fun, which involves lots of movement and group work as the child matures individual work in encouraged and abstract learning begins to take place. .