Tag: characteristics

Quote – PLATO

WISE MEN TALK BECAUSE THEY HAVE SOMETHING TO SAY; FOOLS, BECAUSE THEY HAVE TO SAY SOMETHING. (Plato)

Musical Intelligence

What Is Musical Intelligence? Musical intelligence is the capacity to think in music and rhythm. People possessing musical intelligence are considered to have a strong appreciation for music, can easily remember songs and melodies, have an understanding of timbre and composition, can identify differences… Continue Reading “Musical Intelligence”

Baking bread with your child

With children you can do lovely things such as ‘baking bread’ It’s very simple and a lot of fun.For children under three year it is best when all the ingredients are pre-measured and put in little plastic beakers. It facilitates the pouring into the… Continue Reading “Baking bread with your child”

Quote by Dr. M. Montessori

Dr. Montessori talked about… The children need to be able to imagine for themselves and reflect on these ideas. It is only in introducing the children to the universe in this way, that we are making use of the psychological characteristics in the second… Continue Reading “Quote by Dr. M. Montessori”

The Four Planes of Develolpment 0 – 3 The “unconcious creator”

This is the Plane of fundamental importance for the formation of the individual. The infant from 0-3 is identified by Montessori as a “Spiritual Embryo”, as the infant has, within him/herself “potentials”, which determine his or her development, seen as empty vessels, waiting to… Continue Reading “The Four Planes of Develolpment 0 – 3 The “unconcious creator””

The Four Planes of Development

Dr. Montessori said, “Trust the spontaneous, organizing power of the human intellect”. “The human mind works by itself, moved by a power within.” Each plane displays different characteristics and needs to be treated accordingly. The first and the secound plane are the stage of… Continue Reading “The Four Planes of Development”

The Human Tendencies

The Human Tendencies: The practical application of the Montessori method is based on human tendencies— to explore, move, share with a group, to be independent and make decisions, create order, develop self-control, abstract ideas from experience, use the creative imagination, work hard, repeat, concentrate,… Continue Reading “The Human Tendencies”