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We need to secure the Drive-in Gate and the Pedestrian Door to control the increasing number of uninvited guests
Oponganda Pre-Primary & Daycare

The

direct

aim

of

practical

life

activities

is

to

help

children

refine

their

fine

and

gross

motor

skills,

but

the

indirect

aim

of

these

activities

is

for

children

to

develop

their

sense

of

coordination,

order,

independence,

and

to

experience

the

sensation

of

concentration

with something non-academic.

The

exercises

in

Practical

Life

are

the

very

heart

of

Montessori

education

as

it

is

presenting

the

real-life

activities

such

as

table

washing,

egg

beating,

dish

washing,

and

clothes

pinning

and

making

a

bridge

between the home and the school environment.

Practical

life

exercises

fall

into

four

major

categories:

Care

of

the

Self,

Care

of

the

Environment,

Grace

and

Courtesy,

and

Control

of

Movement.

Many

are

fundamental

exercises

that

the

child

needs

to

master

to

be

able

to

live

comfortably

in

the

real world.

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