Montessori Puzzles For Toddlers Wooden Geometry Shapes Collection Launched

Online store Montessori Puzzles updated its collection to provide various Montessori wooden puzzle sets for children up to the age of seven. Available versions include geometric shapes, cylinders and flat-facing figures.

Windsor, Canada - September 14, 2018 /PressCable/ —

Montessori Puzzles, an online store specializing in Montessori educational puzzles, launched an updated collection featuring various toy sets for toddlers and young children up to the age of seven. Available puzzle kits include geometry shapes, cylinder socket puzzles and flat-facing figures, all of them made of natural hypoallergenic wood.

More information can be found at https://montessoripuzzles.com/collections/puzzles.

The Montessori education system was created by Italian educator Maria Montessori as an effective alternative to traditional approaches to child education. Based on self-directed activity and centered on the learner, the approach encourages children to develop practical problem-solving skills in response to various tasks, collaborate with their peers in hands-on learning activities, and reach their full potential by engaging in a wide range of projects.

The new collection of Montessori puzzles is based on the original Montessori principles, providing plenty of educational opportunities for young children. The e-store currently offers six types of puzzle sets, each aiming to develop a specific type of cognitive and fine motor skills.

The Wooden Geometry Puzzle Toy Set helps toddlers and children recognize various geometric shapes and colors, as well as develop their problem-solving ability by having to fit the puzzle pieces into specific slots.

E-store visitors will also find the Cylinder Socket Puzzle, a set of colored cylinders of gradually increasing sizes. These toys are ideal to help children distinguish between different sizes, as well as improve their ability to recognize small differences in thickness.

The Flat-Facing Wooden Puzzle is also available. This slightly more complex toy set is designed to provide an engaging task for children, as they experiment with connecting different figures into the final puzzle.

For a limited time only, customers using the coupon code “10OFF” benefit from a 10% discount on all orders.

The recent collection update is part of the e-store’s efforts to provide a wide range of high-quality Montessori educational resources at affordable prices.

Interested parties can find more information by visiting the above-mentioned website.

Contact Info:
Name: Customer Support
Email: toys@montessoripuzzles.com
Organization: Montessori Puzzles
Address: 2685 Howard Avenue Howard Avenue, Windsor, ON N8X 3X2, Canada

For more information, please visit https://montessoripuzzles.com/

Source: PressCable

Release ID: 407886

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