What is Montessori? {Absorbent Mind}

whatismontessori e1343483804927 What is Montessori? {Absorbent Mind}

Absorbent Mind

“From birth through approximately age 6, the young child experiences a period of intense mental activity that allows her to “absorb” learning from her environment without conscious effort, naturally and spontaneously.”

Dr. Montessori wrote a book called “The Absorbent Mind”. She believed strongly in this theory of child development and centered much of her work on it. Birth – 6 years old is subdivided into subconscious and conscious periods, and, furthermore, into sensitive periods for order, language, movement, refinement of the senses, math and manners.

Source: American Montessori Society

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    My daughter was in an Early Childhood Development Center for kids with special needs and her teacher had a Montessori classroom. It was very good for Sarah. She loved going to school. I think it was helpful because of the step-by-step logical sequencing, repetitiveness, routine and stability factors. I liked it because it felt natural – using wooden materials, water, etc. for learning.
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