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7 Skills honed by Montessori Inspired Toys

7 Skills honed by Montessori Toys

7 Skills honed by Montessori Toys

Dynamic Visual Tracking

Montessori-inspired toys play a crucial role in nurturing various skills in children. One such skill is Dynamic Visual Tracking, an important aspect of visual-motor coordination.

Stereognostic Sense

Stereognostic Sense is developed through Montessori Educational Toys, where children recognize objects through touch, creating a lasting tactile and muscular memory.

The Proprioception

Is the sense through which we perceive the position and movement of our body, including our sense of equilibrium and balance. It is stimulated every time we move. Each time we use our muscles or stretch and bend our joints. Receptors for this sense are all over our body, deep within our joints and muscles.

Depth Perception

The ability to see things in three dimensions (including length, width, and depth), and to judge how far away an object is.Additionally, Montessori-inspired toys foster Depth Perception, helping children judge distances and see objects in three dimensions. 


The ability to focus upon an object with both eyes and create a single stereoscopic image. With Binocularity, children learn to focus on objects with both eyes, creating a single stereoscopic image, while the Chromatic Sense helps them perceive differences in colors and shades.

Chromatic Sense

The ability to perceive differences between primary and secondary colors, as well as the various gradations of each.

Motor Skills

Is a function that involves the precise movement of muscles with the intent to perform a specific act. Fine motor skills are the ability to make movements using the small muscles in our fingers, hands, and wrists. Gross motor skills are abilities that let us do tasks that involve large muscles in our torso, legs, and arms and whole body movement. 

By engaging in purposeful play with these toys, children refine both fine motor skills (small muscle movements in fingers, hands, and wrists) and gross motor skills (using large muscles in torso, legs, and arms).

Provide your child with meaningful and purpose-based toys that offer Opportunities to Learn and Play, honing these essential skills through the wonders of Montessori-inspired toys. Whether it's developing fine motor skills through intricate manipulative tasks or refining gross motor skills through physical movement, these toys provide holistic growth for young learners. Embrace the power of Dynamic Visual Tracking as your child explores the world of Montessori Education, enhancing their cognitive and physical abilities in a fun and engaging way.

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