Anne Frank-Montessori child

Anne Frank Anne Frank’s diary is one of the most widely read books in the world. It reveals the thoughts of a young, yet surprisingly mature girl, confined to a secret hiding place. “Despite everything, I believe that people are really good at heart.

When Anne Frank is four the family emigrates to the Netherlands. Anne goes to the local Montessori school.

June Anne is six years old. She is sitting in the middle at the back wearing a white dress. There are thirty children in her class. As far as is known, fifteen of them are Jewish. Nine of them will not survive the Holocaust.

Dr. Montessori {standing second from the left hand side} visiting a Montessori school in San Francisco.

1915 San Francisco World’s fair, where Maria Montessori set up a model Montessori classroom so that the public could see it in operation. It was very successful demonstration of her teaching method—thousands of people came to see the children at work.

children activities

Montessori education dates back to when Dr. Maria Montessori opened the Children’s House in a low-income district of Rome.

washing eggs. 1940

August Little girl at the Reitz farm near Falls Creek, Pennsylvania, washing eggs to be sold at Tri-County Farmers Co-op Market at Du Bois. negative by Jack Delano, Farm Security Administration.I Am the Egg Girl: 1940


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