The Sensorial Area consists of self correcting materials for the child to explore and understand the abstract concepts and qualities of objects.
The Practical Life Area consists of daily living exercises from the child’s own culture and provides a link between home and school. It fosters the growth of independence, development of coordination, order and social skills.
The Language Area aids the total language development of the child. The activities are designed to enrich the vocabulary and enhance communication skills in preparation for writing and reading.
The Mathematical Area provides materials that lay the foundation for the development of the “mathematical mind”. Various mathematical concepts, geometry, the decimal system and its operation (additional, subtraction, multiplication and division) are presented in concrete form.
The Cultural Area provides experiences and activities in music, the arts, natural sciences, history, biology and geography.