Early development: Montessori games for children from 2 years old
Early development by the method of Montessori is gaining popularity all over the world. Previously, we have already made a selection of games by the Montessori method for children from 1 to 2 years. Today we offer you new games for two-year-olds to turn the development of the child at home into an exciting game.
Wonderful teacher Maria Montessori knowingly gained world fame mdash; its method of teaching and upbringing is effective and unique, and its foundation is to give the child full freedom of expression and action. Parents increasingly follow the principles of the Montessori method for independent education of the child, while fully arranging the house in Montessori method to create all conditions for the full development of his baby.
Classes in Montessori methods help to develop independence first of all, because the adult does not interfere in the mdash process; one of the main postulates on education from Maria Montessori. Also, all Montessori games for the early development of children are aimed at developing the child’s fine motor skills, which will serve as an excellent foundation for correctly speaking and writing the baby. And the main thing is mdash; for classes, expensive toys are not needed, because they can be any items in the house.
Cutlery and figures. Developing a child by the Montessori method, in games you can apply everything, even to cutlery, because such an improvised material is very suitable for games in sorting. And jars, balls, bottles, different capacities and, of course, bars from the wooden designer of the child.
Montessori methods for children: sequence of actions
Cylinder blocks. Laying out items in the correct order mdash; an important stage in the formation of the child's logical thinking. For classes with a sequence of actions, you can use cylinders and blocks with holes, as well as designers on the principle of stringing.
Stories and stories from books. Do you have a domestic finger theater or puppets from the puppet theater? Use them for the exercise with a sequence of actions: you read the story, and the child alternately shows those characters that appear in the story.