Some believe that Montessori is chaotic and unstructured, while others believe it is too structured. They believe that children sit and work all day and aren’t allowed to move around. In a Montessori classroom, children actually have the freedom of walking around the classroom, completing work in the order that they choose. There are no time constraints in the classroom. What this actually means is that within a 3 hour work cycle, children can visit the sensory materials or the practical life and then move onto Math’s. Another great thing is that when they’re interacting with the materials, ‘work’ feels more like ‘play’ which engages them even more.