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The Montessori method was developed at the beginning of the 20th century in Italy, with the aim of helping children to achieve an integral development. It is characterised by giving the little ones an active role in their own learning, defending the need to favour the natural development of their aptitudes through the exploration of their environment and, consequently, their discovery. Continue reading “What makes a toy a Montessori toy?” »

When the time comes to choose a gift for a child, educational toys are always an excellent choice, as they allow children to play games that not only entertain but also encourage their development at various levels. These toys stimulate motor coordination, concentration, memorization and expression skills, reasoning, and observation skills, among many other abilities. Continue reading “Why is it important for children to have educational toys?” »

As kids grow more independent, a step stool can become essential around the house. A huge part of Montessori in the home is making everyday tasks accessible to the child. Even though we try to create work areas that are down at the child’s level (such as low shelves and a low table and chair), step stools are still needed for toddlers and preschool-aged children to be able to reach to work in the kitchen counter, wash their hands in the bathroom sink, and to use the “big” toilet independently. Continue reading “What age can toddler use step stool?” »

Interacting with babies from gestation is fundamental for healthy development and also for strengthening the bond between adults and children. And when we talk about interaction, it is worth reading, singing, listening to music, talking and, above all, dancing with the little ones! After all, through dance, we can express emotions and feelings, exercise creativity and experience different rhythms. Do you want to know more about the importance of dancing with babies? Keep reading. Continue reading “Why is dancing important for babies?” »

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