No one has quite as much energy or curiosity as a 2-year-old! Each of these Montessori activities provide children with opportunities to develop important skills and experiences.
One year olds are extremely busy! And are starting to understand the world around them a little more. These activities can help develop their new skills.
Here’s a list of great Montessori activities for your 6 to 9-month-old baby. From the traditional wooden egg in a cup to a treasure basket of animals.
Cooperative play describes the developmental stage in which children collaborate and play together in an organized fashion. Here’s all you need to know about it.
Both John Dewey and Maria Montessori were pioneers of the learner-centered education movement. Dewey’s theories on education were later built upon by William Kilpatrick and are still put into practice today.
Associative play typically emerges at 3-4 years old. Children begin playing together but without coordinating activities or truly collaborating. It’s a bit messy!
Parallel play emerges when children are around two or three years old. In parallel play, children engage in similar activities in the same space as each other without playing together or explicitly acknowledging the other’s presence.
Children of any age can benefit from Montessori activities at home, even babies 3-6 months old! There are several Montessori activities for you to do with your 3-6 month-old baby to start them on their Montessori journey. 1. Montessori Mobile Activities Between the ages of 3-6 months, babies start to develop hand control and learn