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Maria Montessori’s principles of parenting that every parent should read

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Gaston de Persigny
Gaston de Persigny
Gaston de Persigny - Reporter at The European Times News

Maria Montessori is an Italian doctor and world-renowned educator. She was the first female doctor in the country for her time.

Montessori created an educational method based mainly on developing the feelings of children and their parents.

She widely uses attractive materials for free, individual activities, thanks to which the child strengthens his psyche and future.

Today we have prepared for you some of her top tips for parents that you can follow. They do not rely on a complex statement and that is why they can be understood and applied very easily and quickly.

1. If you show hostility in front of the child, he becomes aggressive.

2. If you are honest with the child, he learns fairness.

3. Teach children with the objects around them.

4. If a child is often criticized, he learns to judge.

5. If the child is often praised, he learns to appreciate.

6. If a child is often laughed at, he will always be ashamed of himself.

7. If a child grows up with a sense of security, he learns to trust.

8. If a child is often blamed, he constantly feels guilty.

9. If the child is often approved, he learns self-respect.

10. If you are often lenient with the child, he does not learn patience.

11. If the child is often cheerful, he develops self-confidence.

12. If the child lives in an atmosphere of friendship and mutual necessity, he learns to find love in the world.

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