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Montessori Education with Bravestorming

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What is Montessori Education?

Montessori education is an approach to learning that emphasizes hands-on, experiential learning, exploration, and independence. Developed by Italian physician and educator Dr. Maria Montessori in the early 1900s, the Montessori method is based on the idea that children are capable and competent learners, and that they learn best when they are given the freedom to explore and discover on their own, rather than being taught directly.

Montessori classrooms typically feature mixed-age groups, a structured and organized environment, and a focus on sensory exploration and natural learning. By emphasizing respect for the child, hands-on learning, and a supportive and collaborative environment, Montessori education aims to help children develop a strong foundation for lifelong learning and growth.

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The main principles of Montessori Education

  1. Respect for the Child: Montessori educators believe that children are capable and competent learners, and that they should be respected and valued for their unique qualities and abilities.

  2. Hands-On Learning: Montessori education emphasizes the importance of hands-on, experiential learning, which allows children to explore and discover the world around them through their senses and natural curiosity.

  3. Mixed-Age Groups: Montessori classrooms typically include a mix of ages and abilities, which allows children to learn from and support one another in a collaborative and inclusive environment.

  4. Individualized Learning: Montessori education seeks to meet the individual needs of each child by providing a tailored learning environment that takes into account their unique strengths, interests, and learning styles.

  5. Order and Structure: Montessori classrooms are typically organized and structured in a way that promotes calmness and concentration, with materials and activities arranged in a logical and purposeful manner.

  6. Natural Learning: Montessori education values the importance of natural learning, through exposure to nature, art, music, and cultural experiences.

  7. Independence: Montessori education encourages children to be independent and self-directed in their learning, which helps to foster confidence and a sense of autonomy.

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How Bravestorming helps to enhance Montessori Education?

In this digital age, many children are spending increasing amount of time using screens and electronic devices, which can limit their opportunities for hands-on, tactile learning experiences.

Bravestorming tactile products provide a valuable counterbalance to this trend, by offering children the chance to engage in hands-on, experiential learning that is essential to the Montessori approach. By providing a range of materials that engage all five senses.

Bravestorming products help children to develop important skills and knowledge in a way that is interactive, engaging, and fun.

By incorporating our tactile products into their Montessori curriculum, educators can help children to develop a strong foundation for lifelong learning and growth, and provide them with the valuable skills and experiences they need to thrive in a rapidly-changing world.

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