Mathematical concepts are introduced to young children in a concrete and manipulative way, which teaches them to count and calculate.
Children are exposed to spoken language by way of classified cards, reading stories and poems, and playing sound games.
It is a way of expressing feelings because it is a profound communication. is to open the soul of the child to play, for good, the light.
Practical Life activities include skills for everyday living that develop a child’s muscular control, which consolidates and develops coordination of movements.
The Sensorial materials are used to help children develop and refine their five senses, allowing the child to experience the material in this area in a sensory manner.
Cultural studies are those that enrich the child’s understanding of his/her world.