A 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.
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.
The Montessori First Puzzle consists of the Montessori egg and cup, the 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.
The Pikler Arch is the child’s first climbing frame and is ideal for a child to pull up to stand and to start their climbing journey. Since it is used as a climber, it is sometimes also called the Montessori Climber. Apart from climbing, the Piker Arch can be turned around and used as a rocker, earning it the name of Pikler Arch Rocker. The Pikler Arch can be used on its own or in combination with the Pikler Triangle.
You’ve seen it on every Montessori Instagram account you follow – the Montessori ‘Shelfie’ with the beautiful Montessori toy shelf and the toys displayed on it. And you have probably wondered what all the fuss is about and if the Montessori low shelf is really important or necessary. Does the Montessori shelf have benefits beyond its good looks? Read on to find out.
Dr. Maria Montessori developed the Montessori Method through her observation of children all over the world. One of the core ideas of her work is the Sensitive Periods. She observed that between the ages of 0 and 6 years, children go through certain special periods of development that last only for a short while and then fade away, and termed this as a Sensitive Period.
Children need to move – while this statement seems simple and straightforward, it is also one that is often overlooked or taken for granted. Although science talks about the benefits of movement for children, it is still regarded as something separate that children need to do only for specific hours in their day. Dr. Maria Montessori observed that the intellect is built through movement and the two cannot be regarded separately.
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