After passing the Montessori class the child may proceed for junior class at the age of 4 to 6. Young children take in a tremendous amount of information from their environment the LFPS provide the best learning environment to the children and of junior class curriculum provide the best learning experienced with practical life activities.
Children are learning language long before entering in the classroom. By using their sense as tools, children absorb information about their language. During the first two years of children schooling we prepare students for language study by working in the oral, visual and sensorial and motor skills which are necessary for writing and reading in the third year language spans every other area as an integrated source of preparation for a well-planned approach for further learning.
- Conversational speech
- Identifying discriminating sounds
- Listing skills and comprehension Visual preparation
- Recognizing patterns
- Matching and sorting Reading on word level
- Reading in context Correct expression
- Vocabulary of objects, attributes and actions
- Informal discussion Function of words
- Beginning writing
- Introduction of noun Identification
- Introduction of verb Identification
- Number rods and cards
- Set baskets
- Spindle boxes
- Sand paper numbers
- Cards and counters Decimal system Understand the concept of base ten. Learn composition of numbers, including place value and equivalencies.
- Introduction tray
- Tray of nine
- Number fetching Linear counting
- 100 board
- 100 chains
- Geometric solids
- Geometric cabinet
- Curved figures
- Botany plant care, tree and leaf studies, flowers, gardening
- Zoology animal , birds, fishes, vertebrates, invertebrate omnivores, carnivores, herbivores Physical Science
- Sink and float Earth Science
- Weather seasons Scientific Reasoning and technology
- Observation skills
- Elementary movements pulling out a chair, carrying a tray
- Gross and fine motor skills
- Use of activities that promote concentration and coordination and independence
- Indoor and outdoor
- Caring about others
- Problem solving
- Conflict resolution
- Peace table
- Care of person
- Health and safety
- Nutrition and food preparation
The aim of the math curriculum is to develop student thought processes, not to simply teach math facts at an early age with hands on materials student begin to understand the concrete through experimentation and invention, which prepare them for abstract study at the elementary level.
Establish numbers 1 to 50 for understand quantity and sequence of the numbers using manipulative. Establish recognition of numerical symbols. Learn relationship of quantity to symbols.
Develop ability to recognize and count any number. Learn skip counting
The curriculum of practical life providing the students practical experience in everyday studies. These studies not only teach physical skills, but also prepare the children for subsequent or concurrent work in mathematics, language and socialization. The necessity of making choice and using coordinated movements to accomplish a task leads the child toward self-regulation and independence.