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Choosing Montessori-appropriate toys can be easy. Our guide to selecting the perfect one for you comes from a method used for over 100 years which develops children physically, cognitively, socially and emotionally.

Maria Montessori loved the natural world and believed in using nature to inspire children. Real wood is perfect, whether it be building blocks or stacking toys that develop fine motor skills and hand-eye co-ordination. Bright colours work well, they can be sorted and balanced. Walking toys for toddlers encourage balance or child size household objects like mops and brooms help socially and interactively with objects they see you using. These all develop fine motor skills and enable
your little one to develop practical life skills.

The Montessori lifestyle doesn’t have flashing lights or sound effects, it encourages natural, openended learning, letting your child explore and learn for themselves having fun whilst playing.

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