The kindergarten curriculum, which has recently been enriched with a generous range of Montessori activities and materials, is organized into five main curricular areas: Practical Life, Sensorial Life, Language, Mathematics, and Science/Culture. In addition, Religion, Music, English, Artistic Education, and Physical Education, some of them delivered by specialty teachers, are also an integral part of the program. Placed on low shelves to be easily accessible, the materials are designed to stimulate the child’s logical abilities and taste for discovery. Apart from conveying basic educational information, they develop the child’s senses and movement coordination in preparation for writing, reading, and calculating. The child learns at his/her own pace through practice with concrete materials that are presented by the teacher. These concrete experiences lead to a thorough understanding of each step of a process, building a solid foundation for more abstract future work.