"The exercises of practical life are formative activities. They involve inspirations, repetition, and concentration on precise details. They take into account the natural impulses of special period of childhood. Though for the moment the exercises have no merely practical aims, they are a work of adaptation to the environment therein is the very essence of a useful education".
(What you should know about you child by Maria Montessori)
This lovely Montessori puzzle has been designed to give kids a fun way to learn about the jungle animals. Your infant will enjoy removing the pieces and placing them back, giving them an educational activity that will build self-confidence, self-esteem and increase concentration.
It is the next of a series of different puzzles for young toddlers that includes a zebra, a lion, a panda, a parrot and an elephant.
How to play Animals Monte:
1. Tap the picture using your pointer finger.
2. Drag and drop the picture with your finger to match the silhouette.
3. Offer your child a turn.
Everything a child sees, listens to and touches contributes to their learning.