Always encourage curiosity and a love of learning in one’s self and others
Let every individual do what he/she can for themselves.
Remember everyone has worth and dignity – be mindful, be considerate
Understand other’s perspective and treat all people with kindness
With an open mind contribute to the common good
Be honest, authentic and sincere while trusting every child’s process
Your child’s true nature is the focus of the Montessori Method. Dr. Maria Montessori developed this educational approach to learning based on her observations and research of children’s true nature. This approach focuses on the development of the “whole child” in order to maximize children’s potential and prepare them for life.
Referring to the mind of a child between birth and the age of six as the “absorbent mind,” Dr. Montessori believed that these children subconsciously possess a tremendous ability to learn and assimilate from the world around them. It has been shown that playing is the ultimate way of learning and that children have a natural desire for knowledge that should be supported through the right tools.
“Play is the work of the child.”
Your child is given freedom with guidance through our carefully planned curriculum and prepared environment*. This is an essential element in the Montessori environment. Children are free to choose materials that are meaningful to them. Meaningful activities capture the children’s attention as long as they correspond to the child’s inner needs. As a result, children enjoy real, sequential, hands-on experiences at Sekolah Montessori Erdkinder Bali.
Your child is immersed in surroundings and activities that can be seen, heard, smelled, felt and experienced at the child’s level of understanding.
We respect their choices so they may begin to experience life as powerful and curious individuals.
Montessori education leads to independence. It encourages exploration and teaches children to take responsibility for themselves, their belongings, and the environment. The Montessori schedule often includes practical activities like sweeping or personal care.
The golden rule of the Montessori approach is:
“Never help a child with a task at which he feels he can succeed.”
All materials your child uses in the Montessori classroom have a specific use or purpose and are accessible to the students at all times. Tables, chairs, shelves and all other classroom furniture are child-size and within reach. Your child’s freedom, responsibility, and social and intellectual development naturally thrive in the enriched environment of the classroom.
Subak Kana, Banjar Panglan, Pejeng, Kec. Tampaksiring, Kabupaten Gianyar, Bali 80552, Indonesien
+62 821 4782 3913
Subak Kana, Banjar Panglan, Pejeng
Kec. Tampaksiring, Kabupaten Gianyar