At Harvest we truly believe that education does not end at the classroom doors, we take it beyond classrooms.

Exercises of Practical Life

The activities of this group help in developing motor coordination, care for the environment, care for oneself and grace and courtesy.

The most crucial need of the young child is to develop his muscles and coordinate his movements to become independent with regard to his day-to-day activities. These activities also lay a firm foundation for the integrated personality - Intelligence, will power in coordination with voluntary movements.

Children love to do Practical life activities such as sweeping, polishing, carrying water, pouring and washing a table. Montessori materials enable him to tie, button, snap and use many other fastening devices. The purpose of these exercises is to develop concentration and to pay attention to detail as the child follows a regular sequence of actions and to learn good working habits.