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What is a Montessori nursery school?

Montessori nursery schools use the Montessori method in their educational programme for children aged 2 to 6.

This teaching method was developed by doctor and educationalist Maria Montessori in the early 20ᵉ century. It involves emphasizing the development of children's social, intellectual and emotional skills.

The Montessori nursery school offers an organized, calm and stimulating environment for children. The aim is to encourage pupils to explore their environment, choose their activities and work at their own pace. Teachers are there to observe, accompany and support children in their learning, rather than directing or controlling their behavior.

The Montessori method is based on the idea that children have a natural aptitude for learning, exploring and discovering their environment.
That's why the activities on offer at the Chardin Montessori nursery school often involve the senses, such as cooking, gardening and manipulating objects. Pupils at the Montessori nursery school learn in a fun way, developing their motor skills, coordination, concentration and curiosity.

Enrolling your child in the Montessori Chardin nursery school means offering your child a stimulating and organized space for autonomy, creativity and exploration, so that they can discover themselves through their different senses. The Montessori educational method enables children to develop the social, intellectual and emotional skills they need by allowing them to work at their own pace and respecting their individuality.


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