THE INTERLINK OF ORIENTATION AND ORDER
To orient in the world the child needs order. Order is a vital element in orientation, as the child perceives the whole environment with interdependent parts: a perception of relationships allows the child to act with purpose. The child needs external order to act as a signpost in creating his/her internal map. Knowing where things belong and the arrangement of the environment is necessary for the child to assimilate it. Disorder is exceedingly disturbing at an age when it is difficult to express oneself with words. To restore order for the young child is an absolute necessity. Order is necessary for learning - incertitude causes frustration. Since order is the basis for secure exploration, it is an invaluable aid in the construction of intelligence. There can be no freedom without order.
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