I was introduced to the Montessori learning by my friend and so far – I LOVE IT. Well, given she’s really only 7 months… there’s really not much she’s learning, but I’ve been training her hand-eye coordination. I know, I know you all going to call me #tigermom. I’m not even going to hide it. I am. I guess by now all you mothers out there know what type of mom you are. There’s #hoveringmom #helicoptermom #letthembefreemom #tigermom #organicmom and the lists goes on!
I am 100% #tigermom.
This girl is going to be put through a million classes before she’s the age of 3. I already planned out how she’s going to learn the times table by the time she’s 3 years old.
Use development toys for playtime:
6 MONTHS AND UP: Talk to your child about the different parts of the toy. Guide the child’s hand to pat each piece as you name it.
Encourage the child to hold and shake the inchworm to hear the rattles.
Sitting on the floor, roll the inchworm toward the child. Encourage the child to roll the inchworm back to you.
- Pull Back Construction Vehicles
- Catapillers Gear Toy
- Musical Pull Beehive Toy
- Grimm’s Rainbow
- Soft Rainbow Stacker
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