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Frequently asked questions
What qualifies a toy as a Montessori toy?
Montessori toys help your child focus on mastering one skill at a time by minimizing unnecessary distractions. Just as too many toys can be overwhelming, too many features on one toy can prevent deeper learning.
Montessori toys should be based on the following criteria:
- Made of Natural Elements
- Encourages Participation
- Encourages Open Ended Play
- Focuses on Real World Principals
What is open-ended play?
Open-ended play is play that has no perceived boundaries as an approach or part of a larger way of teaching, it allows children to investigate and explore freely, directing their play in whichever way they wish to, with little adult intervention.
Is it possible to start a Montessori Education from Birth?
Yes, Babies learn from birth. Choosing Montessori toys from birth allows babies to start learning about the real world very early in their life and on the path to stepping into their full potential. Montessori parenting focuses on being attentive and responsive to a baby’s needs.
How do I choose the right toys for my child?
First, as with all toys, you’ll want to make sure the items you select are age appropriate. The Montessori approach is to allow your child's interests to guide them to explore and learn.
You will want to choose toys that have these qualities.
- simple and beautiful
- made of natural and safe eco-friendly materials
- purposeful – focused on the development of a specific skill
- in accordance with their developmental stage