Montessori-Based Activities to Help Keep Your Toddler Entertained

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With so many families staying home due to COVID-19, many parents are looking for clever ways to help keep their kiddos entertained. Thankfully, there are loads of screen-free, developmental games and activities for toddlers that are rooted in the Montessori philosophy.

While it’s been around for more than a century, the Montessori philosophy has seen an upward spike in popularity in recent years, as more parents are looking to Montessori schools and Montessori toys. The philosophy encourages kids’ independence and creates sensory learning opportunities for them—and it can be easily implemented at home, especially with a thoughtfully designed playspace.

Below, some Montessori-based ideas from Zahra Kassam, CEO and founder of Monti Kids, a company that offers subscription packages of toys that help boost newborn and toddler development. These ideas will help toddlers learn while…

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