No entertainment necessary. Just provide a vast array of arts, crafts, and practical life materials and a great variety of books, as well as ample screen- free time and space indoors and out. Invite the children to participate in carpentry and repair, gardening and cooking, and dance and music.

“A child develops best when, like a young plant, he is left undisturbed in the same soil. Too much travel, too much variety of impressions, are not good for the young, and cause them as they grow up to become incapable of enduring fruitful monotony.”