Montessori Approach in Early Learning

Children who went to a Montessori school tended to have better literacy, numeracy
and story-telling skills

Tech geniuses, nation builders and famous artists have praised the benefits of a Montessori education

“Cosmic” comes from the Greek word “kosmos,” meaning “order.” The child’s journey to find order and a big-picture view of the past, present and future is called “cosmic education” in Montessori.
Cosmic tasks help organize the universe and satisfy a person’s physical, mental, and spiritual needs. All people want to contribute to society. We feel valued and included. Pollution, mining, global warming, and ecosystem imbalance are all ways we affect the world, whether we realize it or not.
A child’s physical and mental education is covered in a Montessori setting. The environment contains things the child can touch, see, smell, and play with. This stimulates both sides of the brain as the child moves from concrete to abstract ideas. 
The mental or emotional things allow the child to be at peace with the world and “blind” to differences in skin colour or religion and see that we are all human and have the same seven basic needs. Instead of focusing on cultural differences that divide, they look for similarities that unite the world. 
The environment’s freedom of choice fosters self-confidence, independence, social skills, and an understanding of past events. trifecta, spiritual, where the child is given the information they need to figure out for themselves that everything has a plan that is specific to a task or function and affects the universe. Ecology studies how living things interact with each other and the physical world.
We can see how everything is connected, so it’s important to give a child a well-rounded education that meets all their needs and helps them understand and respect our world and all its people. A dictionary could be filled twice with 3- to 6-year-olds’ questions. 
Thus, imagination and reasoning are crucial for them. Montessori helps children find the answers they need in a safe, fun way that makes learning a key to life. We all play a part in this world, no matter how small. Everything, from the sun to the tiniest, microscopic organisms, from the annoying fly to the cow and the coral that made the land, is important. Maria Montessori believed that this “higher purpose” fit into a plan. We all have a purpose in the universe. 
A child’s cosmic task becomes clear as they learn about science and technology in all their forms and how they help and hurt people. This shows the child how to help humanity.
A child who picks a dandelion and blows it to watch the seeds float away may not realize that picking the plant hurts it but that blowing the fluffy white pieces helps it spread its seeds.
If no one takes the time to teach a child about how important our universe and everything in it is, the child may never realize it. Some might say, “But we can tell the child not to pick the flower.” This may be true, but it could also make the child fear nature and avoid it. Allow the child to explore and learn. To love and respect nature, let the child see, learn, and feel it.
The child’s development should match the prepared environment. This will help the child naturally make sense of their world and begin to understand their cosmic task. 
So, rather than a “teaching method,” we see it as a child’s soul set free and an environment that allows the child to act and follow their own natural course with guidance and protection to protect this natural development and love for learning.

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