The Everyday Living section of the curriculum is the cornerstone of a strong Montessori education. Here, children practice skills like pouring, scooping, twisting and squeezing.
Activities in this area strengthen the primary and fine muscles of the hand in preparation for writing. They also help children develop independence, coordination, control, and a sense of order and concentration.
The confidence children gain from working in the Everyday Living area prepares them to branch out into the other areas of our classroom.