Play Schemas

Play Schemas

Young children understand the world around them and make meaning through exploration, trial and error and play. Play schema is a pattern of behaviour that can be observed in play. Although this may seem funny or we may not see the purpose – young children do this to meet a need they have, to understand the world around them and orient themselves to this world.
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Montessori Toddler Activities to try at home: Doll/ Toy Wash

Montessori Toddler Activities to try at home: Doll/ Toy Wash

Keep your toddler engaged the useful way this Sunday!  Here is one interesting activity with a step by Montessori approach to present and work together with your little one!
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How to Find a Montessori Book?

In our previous blog post about reading to children under the age of 3, we covered the benefits of reading as well as what kind of books to read at different stages. 

In this post, we will explore Montessori friendly books – what does that mean and how to find them?

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Why Wooden animal Figurines?

Why Wooden animal Figurines?

Toys that resemble animals have existed since the invention of toys. Children derive much joy when they engage with these toys, and it is a pleasure and privilege to observe them play with it. The Ariro Wooden farm animal toys not only look gorgeous and enhance the aesthetic value of your child’s play space but also offer multiple benefits.
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Montessori Wardrobe

Montessori Toddler Wardrobe- Everything that you need to Know

A Montessori wardrobe is a minimalist and child sized wardrobe designed to make your child independent and self-reliant. If you have been struggling to get your child dressed for the day or have been overwhelmed by the number of clothing options available and unsure how to organize your child’s clothing, then the Montessori wardrobe is what your home
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How to help your child engage with a toy?

How to help your child engage with a toy?

So, you did the research and read the reviews and you bought the toy that is meant to be perfect for your child. But you find them not interested in it at all. Has this ever happened to you? Wondering where you went wrong?

Dr. Maria Montessori said that the adult is bridge between the child and the environment. And that no matter how perfectly and beautifully you prepare the environment for the child, they may not use it the way it is meant to unless you act as the link. So what does this mean for you, your child and the toy that you bought for them?

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Celebrating Independence Day with Toddlers

Celebrating Independence Day with Toddlers

Indian Independence Day is just around the corner and here are a few pointers to help keep the celebrations appropriate for the toddler group.

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Everything about Ariro's Boat Rocker!

Who doesn’t like to sit and rock on a rocking chair? If adults love the rocking rhythm so much, then imagine the young child. That is why we designed the boat rocker - a fun rocking toy made for the child to enjoy the joys of childhood. 

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Baby Play Gym

Play gyms are designed to facilitate a very young baby’s play in a safe manner. They are kept at the floor level and can be used to hang baby mobiles and other fun elements that a baby who is supine (on their back) can interact with.

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Pikler Triangle - The perfect toy to keep you little ones engaged during these testing times

pikler triangle is a simple but sturdy climbing structure that invites children to develop gross motor skills at their own pace. The pikler encourages the child to explore and challenge the potential and capabilities of their body and physical strength.  It grows with your child and can be used by children between 5 months and right until 5 years and upwards.

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Tuk-Tuk the tricycle

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Riding a tricycle is quintessential with toddlerhood and childhood. The delight of having a vehicle of one’s one brings unparalleled joy to the young child. We know that young children love to move, and this new way of getting from one place to another is sure to bring excitement into their everyday routine.

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The Montessori First Puzzle

The Montessori First Puzzle consists of the Montessori egg and cupthe Montessori wooden box and cube and the Montessori peg and ring. They are 3d puzzle fitting exercises are your baby’s first puzzle. These wooden puzzles are developmental aids that are offered to babies at different stages of their development. They are offered after the initial, grasping toys.

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