Children Wooden Montessori Animal Peg Jigsaw Puzzle Toy Frog

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Montessori Frog Puzzle

  • Item No.: BTB0014
  • Material: MDF
  • Paking: Each pack in white Cardboard Box
  • Packing Box size: 24.5 x24.5 x 2.2 CM
  • Growss Weight: 0.5 Kgs
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    Children Wooden Montessori Animal Peg Jigsaw Puzzle Toy Frog

    Montessori Wooden Animal Peg Jigsaw Puzzle Board Kids Preschool Educational Toy
    Environmental material made & well-crafted
    Perfect for kids toy gift
    Material: Wood
    Color: As pictures shown

    This sensorial Montessori activity is a fun task for children aged 3 years and up. The Montessori Animal Sensorial Puzzle is designed to stimulate the child’s interest in the natural world and help them identify the animals represented and is a hands on opportunity to learn the anatomical parts of each animal.

    This material develops hand-eye coordination . It practices precise hand movements while sending information to the brain as well as develops hand, wrist and finger control – also known as “refined hand movements”.

    With repeated use of this material, the child learns how it feels to succeed when he has achieved a goal on his own.

    These materials provide them with the names of the animals and their parts,the basic horse shapes,parts of the horse,parts of the plants, and so on to help classify and refine the child is perception,and in turn,this creates the foundation for scientific knowledge to be acquired in the years to come.

    The Montessori Animal Sensorial Puzzle teaches the 5 main Montessori classes of vertebrates being the frog (amphibian), bird, fish, turtle (reptile) and horse (mammal) in a fun way by adhering to the Montessori principles of beauty, simplicity and realism. The Montessori method of teaching emphasises active learning, independence and learning in harmony with each child’s unique pace of learning.

    This puzzle activity is a perfect example. Each puzzle piece has a wooden knob which encourages both tactile and visual sensory skills and enhances fine motor skills. It prepares the child indirectly for writing, as they use their fingers in a pincer grip to hold the knobs, the same grip they will use later to hold a pen or pencil. Their fine motor skills are engaged by manipulating the tiny knobs.

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