Zaragoza SchoolHouse

Children's community
(18-36 months)

"The attention and care that Zaragoza SchoolHouse puts in the interpersonal relationships between children and in developing their emotional intelligence is very important".

Mother of two students

The first three years of a human being's life are the key to their mental and emotional development. For this reason, at Zaragoza SchoolHouse, we have created a classroom to help children learn about their environment and adapt to it through activities and experiences that stimulate their five senses.

A Montessori children's space in Zaragoza

Children's Community is the classroom dedicated to children between 18 and 36 months of age. It is a beautiful, spacious space with abundant natural light. Harmonious and well equipped, it incorporates plenty of Montessori Montessori material that helps develop the autonomy and independence of each child through independence of each child through hands-on activities, movement and outdoor play.

Montessori teachers, a step beyond teaching

The teacher/student ratio is small (1:8), which allows for personalized attention. personalized attention to each child's development and needs. Infant Community is a learning classroom where children establish routines during a stage in which personality and language are strongly developing.
wo adults, a Montessori guide and a Montessori assistant, organize the daily work in the classroom and accompany the children in the development of essential psychomotor skills. psychomotor skills, language skills and fine motor work.

Space as an engine for children's development

Likewise, the environments of our educational project are designed to facilitate social interaction among children and the development of important skills such as the management of emotions or the expression of their needs. 

International bilingual education

The language of the classroom is EnglishThe language is spoken by the teachers and is worked on through songs, Montessori children's materials and games.
The educational program of Infant Communityas well as the rest of our educational cycles, is part of an international curriculum common to all AMI Montessori schools.

Children's Community

Areas of work in the classroom:

In our Montessori school, we always combine different areas of work. This combination is the key for a maximum activation of the development of the mind in this stage from 1 to 3 years old.

Practical life

Practical life activities offer children the opportunity to learn through the routines we perform in our daily lives. Watering plants, cleaning, dressing, tying shoelaces and cooking are some of the activities that the teachers prepare with materials adapted to the age of the children. 

These activities facilitate motor stimulation and enhance the development of skills such as comparisons or concepts of quantity. They also encourage children to enjoy doing their own work and increase their self-esteem, respect and autonomy.


Outdoor Activities

The outdoor space is prepared to connect the needs of children with nature. Our 8000 m² gardens, which are divided into different areas, allow for free movement of the little ones and incorporate a vegetable garden, climbing materials, ramps, hiding places, bird food and many types of plants to complete the outdoor development. that complete the outdoor development.

Working with objects, plants and animals improves mobility, knowledge and understanding of their environment as an extension of the home.

Language and communication

Children at this stage absorb the language of their environment like sponges and learn it effortlessly. For this reason, we offer English from the very beginning. The teachers of Children's Community offer precise, rich, consistent and clear language. In addition, the adult is responsible for providing careful language and communication opportunities. This is how, every day, the students meet to tell stories, recite poems and sing songs to awaken their sense of rhythm and listening.

To find out more about bilingual teaching in English and French in our Montessori school, we invite you to discover our section on languages.

Sensorial Activities

Hands and senses are the main tools for children to develop their intelligence. We focus part of our work as teachers and guides on selecting materials that do not distract children and that have neutral colors to create spaces without excesses, full of tranquility and harmony.

Therefore, we rotate on a regular basis, we rotate on a regular basis the materials that we incorporate in the shelves of our Montessori school to diversify the different to diversify the different materials that the children will manipulate. This will allow them, among other activities, to cut, glue, clean and fit pieces together. We help your children to become born explorers.

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