“The essential thing is to arouse such an interest that it engages the child’s whole personality.”
The Montessori approach fosters social and emotional development by teaching children grace and courtesy, conflict resolution, and communication skills. The child in a Montessori environment learns how to become a member of the community. This contributes greatly to the child’s sense of independence and belonging. Through lessons, the child will learn how to behave in social situations, thereby building confidence and independence. Social and emotional development are vital to the spirit of the child because when children feel secure, happy, and comfortable, they are prepared to take learning risks.
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