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Montessori Nature: Free Word Art Printables | Montessori Quotes | Inspirational Quotes

Montessori Nature: Free Word Art Printables | Montessori Quotes | Inspirational Quotes

Montessori Nature: Free Word Art Printables | Montessori Quotes | Inspirational Quotes

How to Smell a Rose: An Introduction to Montessori Sensorial Activities

Montessori. Teach less ... Observe much ...

"A child, more than anyone else, is a spontaneous observer of nature" - Maria Montessori

"A child, more than anyone else, is a spontaneous observer of nature" - Maria Montessori

Children look at the world through an unfiltered viewpoint; we can learn so much about the best way to present knowledge and skills in the most effective way by observing how they learn. #MontessoriQuotes

Following the child is perhaps one of the most important philosophies of Montessori education. By providing work that challenges and nurtures the child, the teacher experiences insight into the way each individual learns through observation and gentle guidance only when necessary. #MontessoriQuotes

Sometimes, it is very tempting to reach towards a child's work with, "Here, let me help," or, "Let me show you!" While we mean the best as educators, observing the child following his own road through learning activities is actually observing the personal process of learning. By remaining a guide, the child experiences the journey taken towards knowledge, and in doing so, understands so much more intrinsically. #MontessoriQuotes

Why discipline is different from punishment -

Why discipline is different from punishment -

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Montessori Nature: Free Word Art Printables | Montessori Quotes | Inspirational Quotes

Over 20 inspiring quotes about nature, children, kindness, and the importance of play! www.HowWeeLearn.com

Quotes to inspire a love of nature and play - How Wee Learn

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The teacher's task is not to talk, but to prepare and arrange a series of motives for cultural activity in a special environment made for the child. -- Dr. Maria Montessori

Campus Impressions

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"Scientific words are best taught to children between the ages of three and six; not in a mechanical way, of course, but in conjunction with the objects concerned, or in the course of their explorations, so that their vocabulary keeps pace with their experiences."--Dr. Maria Montessori

See The Light | Simple Inspirations

Inspiration For Moms: See The Light

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