The three to six year old child is consciously learning through work with purpose in an attratively well prepared environment. Dr. Montessori laid down a definition about the three to six year old child as “absorbent mind” which translates into a need to process and learn as much new information through their surrounding as possible. Preschoolers need “intense mental activity” for developing and refining cognitive, social and emotional skills. Students want to move around the classroom with their freedom and choose individual work when they are ready for it. Freedom is the keypoint for the Montessori students to become independent, confident, creative and respectful with the teachers who support them to excel at their own cognitive pace in am attratively well prepared classroom.