Time is set aside daily for music and movement, aerobics, yoga or pre-sport physical activities for the development of gross-motor skills.
All new materials are presented on a one-to-one basis. In each activity, difficulties are analyzed and the presentations are characterized by brevity, simplicity and objectivity. The didactic materials provide an built-in “control of error” which enables the child to correct himself and thus succeed through his own efforts.
Discipline is maintained by directing the child’s attention and energies into constructive channels. Self-discipline, self-assurance and security gradually develop as the child learns to recognize and accept both the scope and the limitations of the environment.
The function of the teacher in the classroom is to provide a link between the child and the prepared environment; to observe and recognize the child’s needs and to direct the child towards those activities and materials, which are best suited to serve his needs.