Montessori moms can often read, "This is Practical Life Exercise Area (PLA) material" or "Now your child is working hard in the Sensory Area. What does this mean? How exactly the environment has to be divided into Learning Areas and to which Learning Area does each material belong?
As soon as the child begins to sit, stand up, and walk, the question arises, "How do I choose furniture for the child's room?" A child needs a table and chair for eating and playing, a sink stand and surfaces in the kitchen, and a comfortable place to change clothes.
How can the factors of independence, safety, play, creativity and self-motivation be applied in the field of movement education? What framework is necessary? Montessori emphasized the importance of movement experience. She created a variety of materials that could be grasped primarily by hand perception.
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