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Montessori and STEAM

Montessori and STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts and Math) education are both focused on developing a child’s knowledge and skills in a holistic way. Montessori emphasizes the importance of hands-on learning, allowing children to explore their surroundings in an environment designed to promote self-discovery and independent learning. STEAM education, on the other hand, focuses more heavily on the sciences and encourages creative problem-solving and critical thinking. However, both approaches have a lot in common and can be used to complement each other in the classroom. STEAM-based activities can be used to reinforce the concepts learned in Montessori, and Montessori can be used to provide a hands-on, creative approach to STEAM activities. By combining the two approaches, teachers can create an environment that promotes a broader understanding of the world and encourages creative thinking and exploration.

STEAM education is important for children because it helps them to develop the critical thinking and problem-solving skills that they need to succeed in the modern world. STEAM education also encourages children to be creative and use their imagination when tackling difficult problems. STEAM education also encourages collaboration and teamwork, which can help children to become well-rounded individuals who are better prepared for the challenges of the future. Furthermore, STEAM education can help to inspire a lifelong interest in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics, which can be beneficial for many career paths.

Montessori education matters for a child’s education because it focuses on encouraging exploration, independence and self-discovery in a child. Montessori classrooms are designed to be structured and vibrant environments that promote learning through play and hands-on activities. The Montessori approach emphasizes the importance of fostering a child’s natural curiosity, allowing them to learn at their own pace, and developing the ability to think and explore independently. Montessori classrooms also provide a safe, nurturing environment for children to explore and learn. This helps to develop strong social-emotional skills in children, while also fostering a love of learning and a strong sense of self-confidence.

An authentic Montessori STEAM education has many advantages, including:

• Encouraging a holistic, multidisciplinary approach to learning, allowing children to think critically and develop problem-solving skills.

• Incorporating hands-on learning and exploration to help children develop a deeper understanding of the world around them.

• Developing children’s creativity and self-expression by providing them with opportunities to explore and experiment with different materials.

• Fostering an environment of collaboration, communication, and sharing of ideas.

• Empowering children to make choices and become independent thinkers.

• Creating a safe and nurturing environment for children to learn and grow.

Coding & Robotic

Kindergarten coding is an important part of teaching children the fundamentals of computer science. It can be taught as early as preschool, but it should usually start in kindergarten. Coding helps children develop problem-solving skills, logical thinking and creativity which are essential for success in school and later life. Teaching coding to kindergartners also encourages them to explore technology and become comfortable with computers at a young age so they don’t feel intimidated by them when they get older. The best time to teach kids basic coding concepts is during their regular classroom activities or through fun activities like games or apps that introduce programming principles without overwhelming the child’s cognitive abilities

Computerless coding is a great way to introduce coding concepts to kindergarteners. By using simple materials such as blocks, cards, and dice, children can learn the basics of sequencing and problem-solving without having access to computers or technology. With this method of teaching coding skills at an early age, kids will be able to develop their critical thinking abilities in an engaging and creative environment that doesn’t involve any screens! Computerless coding also gives young learners the opportunity to explore their own ideas while learning valuable lessons about collaboration with others. It’s a win-win for both teachers and students alike!

Montésteam use augmented reality technology. This technology provide to student a variety of physical objects and items manipulatives that can be picked up by software, through a tablet, and brought to life on screen through a variety of digital games and activities that teach coding, math, reading, spatial recognition and more.

In Montésteam kindergarten, the next step for teaching kindergarten students to code using robots would involve using a robotics. We use differents platform like Cubetto, Robot mouse, Qobo, Robot mTiny, and many more. These platforms provide a user-friendly introduction to coding and robotics, and allow childrens to learn important concepts such as sequencing, debugging, and problem-solving. Once students have grasped the basics of coding, they can then move on to more advanced coding tasks, such as programming a robot to complete tasks autonomously or to interact with its environment.


As well as Vietnamese, Montésteam offer classes in French and English.

Multilingual classrooms offer a wealth of benefits for students. They promote an understanding and appreciation of diverse cultures, encourage active listening skills, and improve problem-solving abilities. By learning to communicate effectively in different languages at an early age, children gain the ability to interact more easily with people from all backgrounds – which is especially important in today’s increasingly globalized world! Furthermore, research has found that bilingualism can help protect against dementia later on in life by keeping the brain healthy and engaged throughout one’s entire lifetime. All this makes it clear that having a multilingual classroom provides countless educational opportunities for our children – both now and into their future!

A different kindergarden

A small school is a school with a small student body. Montésteam receive 40 students. Small schools have a more intimate learning environment and allow for more personalized instruction. They also more connected to the community, with our teachers and staff having closer relationships with yours children and you.

Redesigned pedagogy, or educational progressivism, is a pedagogical movement that seeks to make learning more interactive, engaging, and relevant to students. Montessori is a type of educational progressivism that emphasizes a child-centered approach to learning, with an emphasis on hands-on activities and experiential learning. Steam education is an interdisciplinary approach to teaching and learning that integrates science, technology, engineering, arts, and mathematics. Coding is a way to create applications and programs for computers and other devices, and it is increasingly being integrated into curricula for students of all ages.

We offer the first and unique trilingual “Montessori STEAM & Coding Robotic” full immersion education for ages 3 years to 6 years.