Thoughts from Montessori teachers on Common Worries...

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From Lisha-

As a new Montessori preschool teacher, I was most worried about how we (my co-teacher and I) were going to keep 20 children, especially the 3 year olds engaged for the duration of the class. My uncertainties slowly started to slip away as I watched the returning children move around the Montessori classroom by themselves in a busy, quiet, and productive manner. I was amazed that they were so self-sufficient and that they were happy to be working independently and/or with a partner at such a young age. And the younger children — they were just so excited and curious about all the different materials in the classroom that they were eager to learn anything and everything!

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