They develop a clear sense of values and social conscience and absorb everyday ethics and interpersonal skills from the earliest years.
The childs intellect begins to work in harmony with his body through conscious effort using this new, purposeful intelligence. Related to this is learning grace and courtesy - the social niceties, such as when to stand up, how to close a door quietly, which fork to use, etc. How to a roll a mat, carry a chair, or how to open and close a door are examples of Preliminary Exercises.
Montessori early childhood centres and schools recognise the importance of offering children both the time and opportunities to actively explore the environment and pursue activities of their own choice. It must initiate them into those kinds of activities, which they can perform themselves.
The principals and parents expect teachers to teach each individual with the same amount of one-on-one time. After the child has finished his work, he appears satisfied, rested and happy.
When the child begins to move, his mind being able to absorb, has already taken in his surroundings. Direct presentations are when we introduce an activity to the child. The child develops his will to construct his work and make choices.