Importance of the Montessori Model in Early Childhood Learning

“85 percent of who you are—your intellect, your personality, your social skills—is developed by age 5. Let’s invest where it makes the most difference.”

Young Children’s Brains are ready for Learning!

The brain forms as many as 700 neural connections per second before the age of 5.

Start Early!

In the first 3 years, infants and toddlers begin acquiring the first of thousands of words they will use throughout their lives.

Benefits of early learning

  • Reduction in behavior problems throughout the school-career
  • Longer attention spans and better retention of information
  • Improvement in the social skills of the children
  • Reduction of need for special education later in school

Children who receive high quality early education are more likely to,

  • Show improved reading
  • Show improved math

Did you know?

  • Students who attends kindergarten had a 12% increased ability to pay attention in primary school
  • 1 year of kindergarten study increases a 3rd grade student’s results by 8%

Researchers found that:

Exposure to as little as one or two years of Montessori in early childhood learning experiences accounted for an increase of,

  • Motivation
  • Intellectual Skills
  • Social Adjustments

Study result shows that:

  • 80% of the preschool group finished high school
  • 75% of the others finished high school

Wellbeing of children in future by Learning through play at preschool

Art & Craft – Helps them to explore their imagination and intuition with new materials.

Music & Dance – Helps children to use their senses to understand an object, by responding to what they hear and see.

Social – Playing with other children helps in building positive relationships through understanding proper social skills.

Importance of the Montessori Model in Early Childhood Learning

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