“The first presentation is basic, exercises and games may follow. This additional work contains extensions of the presentation. This extends the freedom of the child. Demonstration of the materials is done with analysis of movement and mental analysis so the child understands. We must observe the child.
“We never correct sensorial mistakes; we record them and encourage the child to use the material again. As the child repeats the work, he refines himself and becomes more and more confident and proficient with his work. As the child enters the second plane of development, between 6 and 7, the impact of sensorial materials diminishes.”