3 - CLASSROOM ORDER: AN EVERY DAY'S PROCEDURE

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3 - CLASSROOM ORDER: AN EVERY DAY'S PROCEDURE

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 How do we make sure that the children in our classroom take pride in maintaining the cleanliness and order of the Montessori environment?   How can they learn to put their work away neatly before they go home?  Is it possible to keep the Montessori materials from being abused, lost and misplaced?  Every Montessori Guide knows that the way you leave the classroom at the end of each day is the way you will find it the next morning.  If the materials are lost or misplaced, the next morning one is up for a rough and frustrating start of the day.  If the materials are found exactly where we expect they ought to be, children can begin their work independently and the teacher is spared the unpleasant task of having to discover where things might have ended up this time.  This is why it is so important that all the materials and all the children’s work must be put away neatly every time, especially at every day’s end. 

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