Post date: Aug 22, 2015 3:36:57 PM
A Montessori House of Children is often an archipelago of children immersed in their own choice of activities. It is a busy place with a unique hum from the work underway in each island of intense attention.
And in the midst of all this is Gargi, an older child, who is revisiting an early stage activity - the pink tower. And that's OK because she has learnt precision in the intervening months and now wants to apply that new found skill on the earlier activity.
Revision? Oh yeah! By her own choice, of her own will; without the fuss we expect.