The Child of three, four, or five, Montessori said has one intuitive aim: His self development. He wants to develop his inner resources, his ability to cope with a strange, complex world. He wants to see and learn for himself, through his senses and not through the eyes of an adult. The child, who accomplishes this, moves into harmony with his world. He becomes a full person. Though much has been written about academic accomplishments of Montessori children, we believe the most important value of Montessori lies in the self-mastery, self-discipline and love of learning characteristic of the Montessori educated child.