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MONTESSORI MUST HAVES FOR BABY

by admin January 21, 2020 2 min read

Here are the 5 best selling Montessori items for your baby. If you want your precious one to start life the Montessori way, in a sweet, gentle, and fulfilling environment you should consider adding these to their bedroom.

THE TOPPONCINO

A Topponcino was one of the best things I bought after my son was born. It's a wonderful way for the newborn to be held so that rough hands, cold watches, or the clumsiness of the siblings are not felt by the newborn.

The topponcino pillow can also be used as a changing station, as the cover is removable and easily washed.

THE MAGIC WOODEN SCHOOL BUS

This School bus is perfect at almost any age. At first babies will only want to put the little people in its mouth. And because it is one piece and raw wood, it's ok. The new challenge will be to put them into their spot. And once mastered, children can start rolling it. The fact that it is 100% natural is great to develop their imagination and creativity. Let them paint it the way they want it.

WOODEN RAINBOW STACKER

Our open-ended, Canadian-made rainbow stacker is so much more than a beautiful toy for learning colours and building fine motor skills. It has unlimited play possibilities and will entertain your child for years.

THE MONTESSORI GOBI MOBILE

The Montessori Gobi Mobile will fascinate your little one as it moves in the breeze. 

Quite minimalist, it follows Montessori's idea to develop one thing at a time (here colour graduation) rather than most overstimulating mobiles. The Gobbi Mobile helps children develop their visual abilities and stimulates focus and concentration.

THE MONTESSORI CLIMBING TRIANGLE AND ITS RAMP

If you could only get one toy for your little one, it should be the Montessori Climbing Triangle. This wooden structure allows them to explore their body, learn their own boundaries and respond to their climbing needs. It helps develop gross motor skills, physical strength and agility, encouraging free movement and free play.

It is hours of fun from 9 months old to 9 years old, at least!


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