Montessori Education

At Montessori Academy, we believe in providing children with enriching educational experiences that foster holistic development.

At the heart of Montessori education lies a deep understanding of the importance of sensory experiences that shape early learning. Among the array of tools designed to cultivate these experiences, sound boxes emerge as both simple and revolutionary within the early learning education system of Montessori. 

What is it that makes an activity ‘Montessori’? The primary goal of the Montessori philosophy is: “Help me to do it myself.” This is why Montessori activities promote self-sufficiency, independence, critical thinking, and fine motor development.

Birthdays mark special moments that carry immense importance in a child’s life. At Montessori Academy, we celebrate birthdays in a way that fosters meaningful connections and joyful learning. A Montessori birthday celebration goes beyond the typical cake and presents. In fact, in the classroom, there are no gift exchanges, and sharing call a small treat is a very minor part of the celebration. It embraces the essence of community, independence, and growth.

Authenticity and quality are paramount when selecting the right childcare for your child. If you’re considering a Montessori Academy in Australia, it’s crucial to understand the distinguishing features of an authentic Montessori childcare program.

Montessori education is a unique child-centred approach that prioritises self-directed learning and the holistic development of the child. At the heart of the Montessori method lies the use of specially designed materials that are intended to support and enhance children's learning experiences.

As parents, one of our main priorities is ensuring our children develop essential life skills. The Montessori approach places a strong emphasis on practical life skills, and one area where this is particularly relevant is the kitchen.

Watching your little one take their first steps is a delightful sight. It is a critical growth phase and you may notice all your child wants to do now is walk to practice their new skill and explore their surroundings.

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