The Montessori curriculum has 5 major arenas in which students will learn and experience lessons
Practical life exercises: Dusting, sweeping, polishing, pouring, cutting fruit. While using real objects, children work on their coordination and focus. They develop attention to detail and lengthen their concentration span. They learn an awareness of order and sequence.
Sensorial Activities: Sorting smells, sounds, colors, textures, sizes and shapes help children to organize the sensorial impressions. Sensorial activities provide a foundation for mathematics and language.
Language Materials: Language materials work to develop speaking and listening skills as well as writing and reading.
Math: Math is introduced through concrete materials. Children first learn to recognize and sequence numbers and then learn to associate quantity.
Art: Art is treated as a form of self-expression rather than being product-oriented.