The Pearls Advantage

“The education of even a small child, therefore, does not aim at preparing him for school, but for life.”

Maria Montessori

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Learning for the Life

Many recent pieces of research indicate that children who attend the Montessori style of education show more creativity, analytical thinking and social skills, compared to their peers from playschools and kindergarten. We aim to provide learning which lasts forever. Children from our school proceed to higher education and further in their careers. The foundation which we lay here will be carried forward for life.

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Customized Learning Path

Each child follows a different path in learning. Montessori's philosophy is not to thrust children or force them with instructions. They have an innate ability to focus and concentrate. If we keenly follow them and subtly guide them, they sail through the Montessori years with ease. They also take away an immense knowledge, acquired at their own pace.

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Collaboration & Socializing

All the students from different age groups work together in the same environment. Some tasks involve teaming up. This type of setup enables the children not only to work independently but also in groups. Children learn from each other, collaborate and explore the Montessori curriculum. Respecting one another and a sense of community is paramount in the Montessori method.

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Self Discipline

It is not just the activities that we focus on, but how children go about doing them. A child needs to prepare the work area by spreading a mat, getting the materials to the work spot, performing the task, putting the materials back in the designated area and cleaning up the area. All this needs to be done in a specific way. For example, rolling a mat, lifting and carrying a table, arranging the materials in order, etc. All these activities inculcate self-discipline in the children, which lasts forever.

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Self-Assessment & Motivation

The materials are designed in such a way that the children working on them can often recognize their mistakes and correct them. As the children are free to probe into the aspects and connect the dots, they learn to self-assess. This process gives them the motivation to learn and become self-confident.

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Conceptual & Innovative Learning

Any activity performed here is based on a concept. The child often learns about it in the process of doing the activity. The child picks up a task, performs it, and masters it. He or she then innovates by doing the activity in multiple ways. This type of learning enables the child to thoroughly understand the concepts behind the activities that they do.