TOP Principles of practical life exercises in Montessori
Here are my top Montessori principles which can be used whether or not you own conventional Montessori stuff. These principles are important for any preschooler. To me, they fit with natural learning since they satisfy natural needs are ’sed by youthful kids without needing a particular stuff.
WHEN YOU OFFER An ACTION, CHECK THAT ONE QUALITY IS ISOLATED (FOR EXAMPLE, IT HELPS IF ONLY THE COLOUR – AND NOT THE CONTOUR – VARIES IF YOU’RE INTRODUCING YOUR SON OR DAUGHTER TO SHADES), AND THERE IS A CONTROL OF ERROR (INSTANT FEEDBACK DEVELOPED INTO THE ACTION) WHENEVER POSSIBLE.
If you follow Montessori principles, you will help your child naturally develop characteristics and many positive skills that provide a solid basis in life – abilities and traits such as autonomy, self-discipline, and love of education.
DEMO HOW EXACTLY TO DO A ACTIVITY.
Don’t expect your son or daughter to know the suitable behavior without having it exhibited first or to automatically understand just how to do something.
DON’T INTERRUPT YOUR CHILD’S WORK. LET YOUR SON OR DAUGHTER DEVELOP AN EVER-INCREASING ABILITY TO FOCUS.
Competition, evaluations, benefits, and punishments aren’t required. Your kid will acquire a sense of satisfaction over work nicely done.
GIVE YOUR CHILD AS MANY CHANCES FOR HANDS ON LEARNING AS POSSIBLE.
It’s significant that your preschooler has concrete, hands on experiences before learning abstract concepts.
RESPECT AND ENCOURAGE YOUR CHILD’S ABSORBENT MIND AND SENSITIVE PERIODS.