What is considered Montessori toys?
A Montessori toy encourages children to experiment during playtime, helping to encourage creative thinking and independence. Though there is no particular definition of a 'Montessori toy,' items that could fall under this broad label include building blocks, bricks, playsets and more. In particular, larger playsets such as climbing toys can help keep your child active while allowing them to play independently. The range of Goodevas playsets at Soren's House are designed to be safe, secure, and are made using eco-friendly materials.
Are all wooden toys Montessori?
Most wooden toys could be classed as Montessori. This durable material harbours many benefits for playtimes, including a hard-wearing design and offering an aesthetically pleasing appearance. On top of this, they also have all the benefits that toys from different materials would, including helping to boost your child's' imagination, enhance problem solving skills and more.