Technically, play kitchens are not Montessori; however, functional kitchen spaces for children are. Introduction to real kitchen activities should ideally start in an actual kitchen. However, a play kitchen can be repurposed into a more Montessori-aligned kitchen where practical life activities can take place.
Wooden toys have always been a staple of Montessori learning. The natural material helps your child focus while working on their senses and keeping them calm. Luckily, there are a variety of different Montessori wooden toys available to add to your child’s learning materials, no matter what age they are.
Montessori shelf work is a hands-on toy or activity laid out on the shelves for the child to work with. The activities are designed to stimulate the child’s mind, encourage exploration, and inspire independent learning.
The Montessori Wardrobe is a minimalist kid-sized wardrobe designed to give your child independence and self-reliance. If you’ve been struggling to get your child dressed for the day, or feel overwhelmed by the number of clothing options available and unsure how to organize your child’s clothes, the Montessori Closet is the home for you