Autonomy and Creativity

Creativity abounds in the Montessori classroom.  Given freedom of choice, children are able to try new activities without fear of reprimand or competition from others.  The self-correcting materials allow the child to discover errors on his/her own and correct them without assistance from the teacher.  Many of the materials offer multiple methods of exploration allowing the child to think creatively while learning fundamental skills necessary for further educational endeavors.


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