Sensitive periods are limited times in a child's life where they are especially responsive to certain stimuli. These stimuli, if received by the child, encourage the effortless development of - depending on the sensitive period - various skills, faculties and organs.
There's a misconception that life is perfect in Montessori education. Perfect classroom, perfect teachers, perfect children. But perfection in the classroom doesn't necessarily mean what you think it does.
Living the 'Montessori philosophy' at home with children can seem daunting. Educators get special training in this curriculum after all, so you might ask yourself - "How could I possibly use this philosophy at home if I don't have a special degree?"Learn More