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Jerri Ann

I think it is quite the opposite. As a former teacher and daycare owner, I think Montesorri will enhance creativity



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Nanny Mame

As you have said, Montessori helps children develop the skills that they need in order to further develop their creativity. Most public schools are far more restrictive than any Montessori classroom.


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I love how you define creativity and yes some people says that sending your child in a Montessori school will help your child holistic development but they didn't know that the key on it is by responsible parenting.

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