For the great educator and child advocate Maria Montessori, when it came to children liberty and discipline were two sides of the same coin. If we observe a lack of self-discipline in children, somewhere there is a lack of liberty. When we use the word “discipline” in the Montessori way, we are speaking about self-discipline. The most effective way to offer the maximum liberty to the developing child and to see the maximum self-discipline is to understand the child’s developmental needs, and prepare an environment rich with activities to meet those needs. This is what Montessori method is all about.
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