Sep 28, 2018 9:50:05 AM / by Traci

In Montessori education we place a high value on the process children go through to complete a task, versus the end result. Young children have a strong, ingrained desire to experiment, explore and repeat steps with little worry about the end product, unlike an adolescent child or an adult. Here is a wonderful example from one of our Toddler classrooms! 

With the first frost quickly on its way, we decided it was a good time to harvest the carrots that the children planted and cared for all summer long. 

The children spent a lot of time carefully scrubbing the dirt from each carrot. 

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Below is the result of a summers worth of care. The children loved it!
Process, not product. 
 
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Topics: Toddler, Montessori education, skills for life, whitebearmontessori, earlychildhoodeducation

Written by Traci

I live in Stillwater with my husband Shawn and 5 year old daughter Autumn, who is in Children's House 1 and my son, Hunter, is in Toddler 1. This will be my 10th school year with WBMS. I enjoy taking photos, scrapbooking, spending time outdoors and baking.

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