The Montessori system is a comprehensive learning environment whose aim is to develop curious and aware individuals mindful of the World and its relationship to the Self. To achieve this “Worldly” cognition, the Montessori classroom exposes children to a cultural studies program consisting of Geography, Botany, Zoology, Science, History, Foreign Languages and Culture, Music, and Art. Children typically encounter cultural materials such as puzzle maps, special Globes, flags, special land, and water forms. By studying the Universe, Earth, Continents, countries, cities, their neighborhood, different types of animals and plants, and other extant ambient realities of the World, the child becomes a global citizen and is prepared to play a constructive role in the global environment. Importantly, given the need for a positive and protective human relationship with the Global environment, our school takes specific and deliberate steps to include significant outdoor activities in the curriculum where the children study nature. We provide them with the necessary knowledge they will need to become good citizens of the World even at their young ages.