Maria Montessori Quote: “When the child begins to think…”

When the child begins to think and to make use of the written language to express his rudimentary thinking, he is ready for elementary work; and this fitness is a question not of age or other incidental circumstance but of mental maturity.

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Name: Maria Montessori
Profession: Educator
Nationality: Italian
Birthday: August 31, 1870
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