Discipline is the second necessary condition preceeding the learning process. In Montessori, discipline is actually an “internal discipline” - an internal control the child achieves starting from his own behaviour, with the help of Montessori materials and by interacting with his home environment. Dr. Montessori observed that a lot of so-called indisciplined children were frustrated by the lack of adequate stimulation. She mentioned that little children become happier and independent after some time in the Montessori classroom. She experimented challenging tasks, which not only absorbed the children’s energy, but also brought them a sense of fulfillment. The system is not based on rewards and punishments. By moving freely through the environment and with the care for other people, the child will gain self confidence and also control over his behaviour. Therefore, the Montessori teachers take a step back when a child’s behaviour is upsetting or disturbing to others. In that case, the child is treated with profound respect and with sensibility. It is in the children’s nature to be loving and caring, so we help them develop their social and emotional abilities, which are necessary for a good community integration.