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Montessori approach to early childhood

The Montessori approach to early childhood education is an educational method that emphasizes creativity and curiosity in children as they develop in the early years. It helps children to envision the world around them in a positive and motivated way, as the first six years of their life form the crux of their personality and zest for life.

What are some Montessori phrases to build a child's confidence?

  • "Can you please help me?" Asking your child for help is a great way to boost their confidence. For example, if your child is good at drawing, you can ask, "Can you try drawing some flowers for me?"
  • "It's okay to feel sad, would you like to talk about it?" Allowing your child to express their emotions by providing them a comfortable platform to open up and convey what they are going through.
  • "Sometimes I feel the same way." Showing your own vulnerability can let your child know that it is normal to feel the way they do and that everyone struggles at times which will increase their confidence.
  • "Practice makes better." Encourage consistency and hard work to transform challenges into simple tasks through constant effort.
  • "I can see that you have been working hard." Encourage effort and process by acknowledging their hard work, it helps building focus, tenacity and perseverance.

It's important for parents to actively seek opportunities to teach and model cooperation for their children. You can teach them the value of collaboration through storytelling and make sure to practice cooperation in your daily life so your child can learn through observation.

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