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Learning is invisible. The invisible structures help accentuate the learning process.Montessori Method is a one-on-one learning session with adults followed by endless practices on their own. Each one is fully involved in their activities, close to the ground and to original thinking. A four year old practises constructing and reading out multiple digit numbers. They work on formulating that ten times ten times ten is a thousand. Later on 10 cube is equal to a thousand becomes a familiar concept. Language learning involves learning the sounds, words and the right vocabulary. It is 'FIRST in the BRAIN then Practice with the HANDS' approach.
Visual thinking is not just an activity; it also involves feelings like any other learning at this stage.
Formal Science is experimenting, taking reading and deducting. Hands-on-science is understanding everyday use and advanced science principles by doing and observing the results. Hands-on science starts right with two and half year olds.
Chess is a self-paced intellectually intense activity. Children play chess during breaks in an organized way, choosing their partners. Classic chess is played by the whole school. For each move the best counter move is selected out of the moves suggested by the students. One move a day goes a long way.
Assembly time and activity sets the tone and intensity of learning in the Multiple Intelligences way, the whole day. Children, grouped in to Houses, take turns to present various activities in the MI way. Assembly is full of logical, linguistic, visual, musical, bodily kinesthetic, personal and naturalist thinking activities. It is also the time culture and values of our nation come to life though various celebrations.
Maths is relating, estimating, narrating and restating.
Sports activities build various performance capabilities like endurance, anticipating, introspecting, team building and leading. Learning to handle tools leads to higher end learning and innovating.