With all the topsy-turvy changes this past school year — from remote classes to quarantined pods, limited socializing, and way too much screen time — it’s time to unplug and enjoy time with your kids. Here are nine ideas for creating your own summer fun.
Play & Learning
Not only is playing fun, it teaches toddlers about the world around them and enhances their development. Find out how you can support your child through play-based learning.
Kids get bored easily, but they also get un-bored as soon as they discover something to occupy their interests and energy. Our collection of toys helps dispel the blahs and inspire the aaahs.
Curious about the Montessori Method? To help you get a firm understanding of the child-centered educational approach developed by Italian physician and educator, Dr. Maria Montessori, we’re looking deep into its core values, concepts and developmental toys.
It’s never too early to begin reading. Early childhood behavior expert Anastasia Moloney explains why.
Adorn your children’s room with toys that are as eye-pleasing as they are entertaining with our Tot-tested wooden toy collection.
With Screen-Free Week taking place the first week of May, we’ve taken a look at the negative effects of too much screen time and found 20 alternative activity sets that are fun, educational and allow children to engage with the world around them.
If you’re tired of saying “no” all day to your kids? This small change could make all the difference!
Montessori has so many materials, is it possible in a small home? With these 5 tips, it is!
Children enhance cognitive and creative strength as they ignite their imaginations, which helps them gain confidence and resilience. Here are 5 toys that will help inspire them.
Montessori teacher, Christina Clemer, talks about the worrying trends she’s witnessing in the classroom.