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Maria Montessori

maria montessoriMaria Montessori was an Italian educator, pedagogist, and doctor. She was one of the first women to graduate from medical school. Born in Chiaravalle in 1870, she devised an educational method for children, known and still applied throughout the world today, as the "Montessori Method". The treatise written by Maria Montessori is still applied in more than 60,000 schools.

"Our care of the child should be governed, not by the desire to make him learn things, but by the endeavor always to keep burning within him that light which is called intelligence."

Independence, the first principle. Being at the service of children means slowing down their abilities. The parents' task is to support them in doing it themselves, achieving their small conquest, represented by simple acts such as walking, running, eating.

"It is not enough for the teacher to love the child. She must first love and understand the universe. She must prepare herself, and truly work at it."

Abandon the concept of "You're too young". You need to allow children to experiment, without judging them based on their age or not letting them do something because they are too young. This conveys the sense of trust! For example, even a two-year-old can put bread on the table..

"For the proper development of the child’s psychic life, it is essential that the living container, the mother, has an attitude of acceptance."

Educate in contact with nature and respect for living beings. Let the child live in contact with nature as much as possible. A child left in the wild draws out more muscle energy than parents think. Watering the plants, entrusting him with a pet accustomed to foresight, are the satisfaction of one of the most vivid instincts of the childish soul.

palline tondeThese and others are the principles on which the Montessorian teaching methodology is based and which are at the basis of the design of the breastfeeding necklace, also known as the Montessorian necklace. 

Each necklace is made up of two basic elements:  different shapes, to get the little one used to different tactile sensations, and a hollow accessory, to be grasped instead of mothers' hair, sweaters and earrings. To this, then, you can add further accessories that are the result of creativity and imagination, such as the crochet covered beads, handmade by me


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I Introduce Myself

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Hi everyone! I'm Manuela and I'm passionate about many things. I like reading, cooking...and yes...handicrafts too! I work with paper, with yarns, with inks and nursing necklaces are one of my many creative hobbies. I live in Milan, even if my origins are from Salento (Puglia), and working with my hands relaxes me, isolates me from the daily grind and allows me to switch off after a stressful day.

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