Culture is the word that defines the characteristics, belief and behaviour of
particular social group. It is necessary to teach the child about the way of
living, built by human being that is transmitted from one generation to another
generation to adopt in the society. Culture is the social norms values that teach
us to be civilised. The children should be taught about the nature and
Cultural geography looks at what Maria Montessori called humankind's ability
to “continue the work of creation.” Through meeting the basic human needs
for food, shelter, clothing, groups of people, developed language, tools,
transportation, rituals and celebrations, religion, music, art, and crafts.
The Montessori Cultural Studies curriculum provides children with an
opportunity to explore the larger world. As part of a rich exploration of the
different cultures of the world, students learn about the people, terrain and
animals of each continent as they study them in the course.
Cultural Studies also introduces children to the physical world that surrounds
them, providing them with the opportunity to explore real things, and learn
the scientific names for plants and animals. Culture studies include geography,
zoology, botany, physics, earth science and social studies.