The Montessori Elementary curriculum is interdisciplinary, where concepts of biology, geology and history converge on the study of life's evolution from the origin of the universe to the emergence of man and civilization. For the elementary child there is a new level of order, of abstraction.

In Montessori Elementary, the child is directed toward abstraction, away from the pedagogical materials. 


God with No Hands is the first of the five Great Lessons of the Montessori Elementary curriculum.