“Never help a child with a task at which he feels he can succeed.”
– Maria Montessori
It is always simple to do things for children especially when they are young, many of us are sometimes pressured to accomplish the task in a fast manner. We adults are more goals oriented; we perform our everyday tasks with the aim to complete them successfully. Whereas, for a young child, their purpose is to understand how things are done, and while doing this they are performing logistic steps, order, and concentration in their thinking. The more the child is permitted to carry out tasks the more they understand their body, movement, independence, and as previously stated their mind. Independence calls for many functions within an individual; it shapes character, control, coordination, intelligence and many more characteristics that will contribute to the child’s individuality.