Montessori Horse Puzzle Preschool Learning Material

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Montessori Horse Puzzle

  • Item No.: BTB0013
  • 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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    Montessori Horse Puzzle Preschool Learning Material

    These wooden puzzles represent the characteristics of the different vertebrate groups. The main parts of each animal body can be removed by the child, i.e. the head, the tail, etc

    Horse – Small wooden animal puzzles with knobs, measures 9.4″ x 9.4″ or 24cm x 24cm

    Montessori puzzles promote hand-eye coordination which is important at a young age. Children need to move pieces into specific areas which requieres the hands and eyes to work together. Puzzles help kids improve their focusing ability have have more patience completing tasks.
    Another important aspect of kid’s development is special awareness. While a child practices finding the space of each puzzle, they are developing their special awareness skill which is the ability to recognize shapes and empty spaces. You can also incorporate the puzzles into your curriculum or everyday teaching!

    Also, by using their hands to sort and by handling real objects, instead of only looking at pictures, the child is able to engage and this is beneficial for all-around learning.

    Children have a natural desire to create order and make sense of their world. This Montessori Animal Sensorial Puzzle gives them a sense of purpose and a feeling of capability by being in control of which puzzle piece goes where as well as encouraging hand eye coordination and problem solving skills, as the child sees the puzzle and has to figure out where each piece goes and then fit it using their hands.

    This Montessori sensorial task also teaches logical thinking and self-correction, or control of error, as children are able to see for themselves when the puzzle pieces don’t fit into the correct places. This helps the child to develop decision making skills as they are the ones who get to decide what piece goes where.

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