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Parenting Tips From Montessori

Parenting Tips From Montessori

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Thecriticalyearsfordeveloping atttiudesofself-worth are bestenhancedbyulearningenvironmentthatofferssuch opportunitiesfor childreninthehomeas wellasn theschool.Eachchildneeds toprogress athis own pace and style oflearningthroughvarious stages.Encourage,butdonot pressure, earning.Respectchildhoodandknowthat certainachievementsmustbemetbeforeachildwill beready tomoveahead.Becauseall aspectsofgrowthare interrelated,considerhisintellectuaf physical, emotionalandsocial development.ConsidertheVTholeChild.
authorunknownTonightwe willbe discussing:A varietyof things tolcrow aboutthepreschoolage childDiscipline and setting llmitstearning stylesfuvenintelligences thata1lof us haveCognitive development of the presdrooler
 
A fewthings to understand aboutyoungchildren.They:1.operatenthe presenttime2.areconcrete ntheir thinking3. haveselectivememory4.arenotabstracteasoners5.absorb informationat anon-verbal level,attendingto tonefirst,contentsecond6.learnthrough interacting withtheir environment7. internahzebehaviorswhichthey experience fromsignificantpeopleintheirlives8. areintentupon self-mastery9. are nnatelycurious--you cannotstop thdm from leamingand adapting forbetterorworse10.are one-on-onewiththeir environment. Languagehas notyet fully developedto mediate theirperceptionsof theworld.11.arenotableto delay gratification for longand are awareof immediateconsequencesf theirbehavior12.requireclear, consistent imitsinordertobringorder to their chaoticperceptionsof their world.Thuysearchor rules.1"3.hrive whentheirdiscoveriesandaccomplishmentsandgoalsare takenseriouslyby adults14.become rustful whenrespondedtowithlovingconsistenry15.develop independenceandinitiativebyexperiencingheir owncompetence16.acquireself-confidencewiththeir emergingawarenesshat theycan trustthemselves otakecare of themselves.
 
A FEW TIPS. . . .To Encourage Autonomy1. Letchildrenmake choices."Areyouinthemood foryourgreypants todayoryourred pants?"2. Show repect fora child's struggle."Ajatcanbehardtoopen. Sometimest helpsif youtap the sideof the lidwithaspoon."3.Do notask toomanyquestions."Gladto seeyou.Welcomehome."4. Do notrush to answer questions."Thatisaninterestingquestion.What do youthink?'5.Encouragechildrentousesourcesoutside thehome."Maybethepet shopownerwould havea suggestion."6.Do nottakeawayhope."Soyou're thinkingof tryingoutfor the play!Thatshould be an experience.". . . . InsteadofPunishment1. Expressyour feelingsstrongly--withoutattackinghislhercharacter"I'mfuriousthatmynewsawwas leftoutsidetorustintherailtl."2.Stateyourexpectations."Iexpect mytoolsto bereturnedafterthey'vebeenborrowed."3. Showthe childhowtomakeamends."Whatthissawneedssalittlesteelwoolandalotof elbow grease."4.Give the childa choice."Youcan borrow mytoolsandreturnthem,or youcangiveuptheprivilegeofusingthem.Youdecide."5.Takeaction.Child;"\Atrhysthe toolboxlocked?"Father:"Youtellmewhv."

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