Hummingbirds | Casa Class

3 - 6 Year olds
24 Class size
  • Class Overview

    Casa class work areas
  • Hummingbirds

    The Montessori “prepared environment” is organized into distinct areas that are designed to enable and enhance the continuation of the child’s development and learning from the Infants and Toddlers Class

    • Practical Life
    • Sensorial
    • Math
    • Language
    • Science
    • Geography
    • Music
    • Art

    All the furniture and materials are child-sized and age appropriate.

    • Age Group:
      3-6 Year olds
    • Class Size:
      24 Children
    • Staff-to-child ratio:
      1:8
    • Practical Life

      Practical life activities help children to coordinate movement, awareness of the environment, independent work habits, and responsibility

    • Sensorial

      The materials and activities in this area allow children to classify sensorial impressions and sort by size, shape, color, touch, sound, and weight

    • Math

      These activities make the abstract concepts of mathematics concrete for hands-on learning

    • Language

      The area includes books, stories, songs and rhymes, sequencing and matching activities and vocabulary development work

    • Science

      The Montessori approach to science indulges the child’s natural fascination with his surroundings, community and natural world

    • Geography

      These materials help the child learn about the facts of the material world, types of landmasses, bodies of water, continents and countries

    • Music

      Music education occurs through singing, listening to music, introduction of instruments, introduction of musical notation, and exploration of sound

    • Art

      Children are provided with varied media to help develop their creativity. Through art explorations children will make discoveries and create original and meaningful work

    • Physical Development

      Movement is built into all Montessori activities to develop gross motor and fine motor skills through running, jumping, swinging, ball play etc

  • Class Schedule

    In our Casa classes the day is structured to create familiarity and a routine the children know and are comfortable with
    • 08:15 – 09:00
      Children arrive in the classroom and eat breakfast
    • 09:00 - 12:00
      Work cycle:

      Teachers and assistants give individual and group lessons to students. The children have uninterrupted work time with Montessori materials. Individual snack is available to the children during the morning.

      ON MONDAY: Dance
      09:00-09:30 CASA Dolphin
      09:30-10:00 CASA Elephant
      10:30-11:00 CASA Hummingbird

      ON FRIDAY: Music 12:00 - 12:30
    • 12:00 - 12:45
      Outdoor playtime
    • 13:00 - 13:30
      Lunch
    • 13:45 - 14:45
      All children rest and are given the opportunity to sleep. Children who do not sleep will continue choosing work and quiet activities.
    • 15:00 - 16:00
      Snack Time & Students are dismissed
    • 16:00 - 17:00
      After care is available to families needing additional care upon additional payment.
  • Class Educators

    With education and experience in early childhood care
    • Kinga Owczennikow
      Lead Teacher

      Kinga Owczennikow

      Lead Teacher

      I was born in and raised in Poland but always felt a world citizen at heart. I began working with children of various  ages in my teens and have not stopped ever since. I graduated from Maria Montessori Institute in London 12 years ago and have gained 8 years of experience  as a Montessori Directress in the International schools in Hong Kong, Vietnam and Poland. Besides that I haev worked with children as a volunteer, in South Africa and most recently in the Kingdom of Bhutan. I see myself as an open minded person, with a stroing sense of responsability for the world around me. I love photography, dance, traveling, exploring new cultures and I cannot imagine myself without books.

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