1 August 2017 - 11:16am


“A child is an eager observer and is particularly attracted by the actions of the adults and wants to imitate them. In this regard an adult can have a kind of mission. He can be an inspiration for the childs actions, a kind of open book where a child can learn how to direct his own movements. But an adult, if he is to afford proper guidance, must alway be calm and act slowly so that the child who is watching him can clearly see his actions in all their particulars.” 

Dr. Maria Montessori, The Secret of Childhood. Part I, Ch.14 Pg. 93