Youngest Children's Community (16 - 36 months)

Psycho-Sensory Motor Activities

Children use their hands and their senses together to develop their intelligence. They construct themselves and their human characteristics. Children self-develop through direct, three-dimensional, sensorial and motor experiences. 
The shelves have a regularly-rotating supply of manipulative materials which challenge the child’s hands and senses.

Cutting with scissors, gluing, and stitching are set out and presented in a manner that allows the toddlers to explore and develop these skills.

At Austin Montessori School, the toddler years are given the recognition and respect that their profoundly formative role in human development demands.
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