Learn, Create, and Play With These Montessori Toys For Toddlers
Toddlers have a way of being interested in a toy for approximately six minutes. You know, just short enough so you don't have time to take a shower, respond to an email, or make dinner. That's why I'm obsessed with Montessori toys (aka anything that encourages free play, exploration, and learning). Instead of playing with toys that light up and take so many batteries, Montessori toys stimulate kids' brains, help them problem-solve, and keep them entertained for longer. From sorting colors to stringing beads, preparing a plastic lunch, and pretending to fix things around the house, little ones will love the way these toys spark their imagination. Maybe you'll get that shower after all, Mama!