Dear Parents, IMA accepts children from 18 months to 6 years old. In the case a 16-month baby is ready for certain skills such as movement and self-feeding will also be accepted.
Dear Parents, as a Montessori School, IMA applies the full-time Montessori method including 3 hours of Montessori education throughout the morning and English sessions every afternoon following the language curriculum of Oxford and Floppy's Phonics which supports kids to increase their English language skills.
Dear Parents, thank you for your interest in IMA. Please provide us with your email address, the office will send the full- enrollment file to the provided email address.
Dear Parents, it is encouraged to provide an in-house Montessori environment. However, it does not require to have full preparation of Montessori teaching materials. Household utensils could be utilized for practical learning. Any activity at home can be considered Montessori and no specific time is required to learn
Dear Parents, according to the Montessori standard, the classroom will be well-designed to suit 0 to 3 and 3 to 6 years old children Advantages of mixed-aged learning: No competition and no comparison Mixed different ages in the Montessori room will create a fast learning environment for your child. Small children will learn from the olders. The older children will learn faster because they see the children learn again from him. Young children will become teachers for small children. For the Montessori method, each class has 2 ~ 3 teachers with a maximum number of 20 ~ 25 children. Each class has 200 ~ 300 lessons designed for each child. The lesson only brings the best result when the lesson affects the senses of each child.
Dear Parents, the kids entering a Montessori room must adhere to the guidelines in this classroom: There are multiples of teaching materials but only one for each. When a child want to learn a lesons that another friend is doing, there is no way aside from waiting until their friend finishes the lesson
Dear Parents, here are the ways of communcation between family and school: What your child learns in the classroom will be recorded in detail and sending back to you durring parent meetings. The school keeps track of the child’s progress in the form of a folder, and the teacher writes in detail what the lesson is learned , and how the child responds to each lesson. As for Parent responsibilities: Fully attend parents meeting in order to track your child's progress and know the name of the classroom teacher for one-on-one discusssion in the office hours. Find out more about the Montessori philosophy throughout article or get more information online.
Dear Parents, when they use the those items, there is the teacher’s control and guidance over the kids. In the classroom lessons, the teacher is very detailed instructions: where to hold, which one can cause danger… For example, when holding the scissors: they are guided to hold firm with two hands, held on the tip of the pulling, nose to pull in the inside of his body, to ensure safety when given to the opposite person, avoiding injuries. Young children can understand and recognize the danger, the baby from birth has the ability to protect themselves.
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