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MOMMY AND ME

The early years of a child’s life are critical for optimal development and provide the foundation for success in school and in life. .MOTHERS are their children’s first and most influential teachers.

OUR MOTHER TODDLER PROGRAMME IS DESIGNED TO BE A STEPPING STONE TOWARDS ENROLLMENT IN OUR PRE-SCHOOL PROGRAMME. YOUR CHILD WILL BENEFIT FROM BONDS FORMED DURING “PARALLEL PLAY” AS TODDLER,OFTEN TRANSITIONING INTO LONG LASTING FRIENDSHIPS IN THE PRESCHOOL CLASSROOM.

 PROGRAMME GOALS

Empower MOTHERS to give their children the best possible start in life as early as 10 months.
Provide children a solid foundation for school and life success.
Increase feelings of competence and confidence.
Enhance MOTHER  & Child interaction and strengthen family relationships.
Prevent child abuse and neglect.
Provide for early detection of developmental problems.
Develop strong partnerships between parents and schools.

Transition 1 and Transition 2

Each precious child, living, loving, learning each day is a gift to this world.

Dr. Maria Montessori observed and  what  Tulipians supports-that is, the foundation for life long learning IMG-20150622-WA0010and a happy, healthy whole child is developed in the first few years of life.  When the basic physical, emotional, and social needs of a very young child are consistently, respectfully and joyfully met, the child learns to trust.  Feeling safe and secure, he can then begin to explore all the wonders of his own self and world.  His experiences shape his impressions as he builds himself and grows.  Essential to this process is the consistent loving presence of a respectful, observant, knowledgeable adult. Also of great importance is a “prepared environment” that supports the child’s natural developmental stages.

The development of movement and language are highlighted during infancy and toddler hood. Repetition of movements refines capabilities.  By removing many of the containers that restrain the child’s movements and instead providing items such as small low beds, tables and chairs, and specially designed large muscle equipment, we encourage the child to safely and fully develop movement. 

Participation in practical daily living activities further develops coordination and independence. Many children become fluent in their native tongue (and other languages as well if there is exposure) by the age of three. 

IMG-20150424-WA0003The youngest child observes and absorbs everything that goes on with and around him.  By verbalizing with and for the child, expanding his vocabulary, singing and engaging in conversation, we encourage language development in a variety of ways.  When the child is able to express himself verbally, he becomes connected with the entire world and is ready to take the next step in independence.

So much goes on in the daily lives of our youngest children in our Montessori environment at Tulipians with each child being respected and assisted in his or her individual development.  Strong in spirit, treading joyfully along the pathway of life – this is how we live together with the little ones in our Tulipians community.

In a Tulipians classroom, the prepared learning environment is designed to support these sensitive periods of the children and allow them to easily learn at their own individual rhythm.

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Montessori education – “An assist to life.”

The Tulipians education is based on scientific observations made by Dr. Montessori of the young child. Dr. Montessori said, “It is simply an assist to life.” She noted that young children learn with great ease by simply IMG-20150814-WA0013“absorbing” like a sponge everything to which they are exposed, rather than learning through logical analysis. This is called the “absorbent mind”.

Dr. Montessori found that there are periods during which the energy of the child’s total being seems to be focused upon a particular stage of development such as walking, talking, writing, and reading. These are called “sensitive periods” (now called developmental stages).

In a Tulipians classroom, the prepared learning environment is designed to support these sensitive periods of the children and allow them to easily learn at their own individual rhythm.

Areas of a prepared environment include practical life, sensorial, math, language, science, geography, art, music & movement.