Baby

We manufacture complete Baby Lines - Montessori

Progimpex produces complete baby lines according to the Montessori philosophy.

Montessori is not an ointment that you apply, a religion, or an essential oil. So, when I describe how Montessori works, it won't be that easy. But I'll hit the hot spots for you.

To summarize: The Montessori Method is an educational philosophy, conceived in the late 1800s and carried through well into the 20th century, and which has stood the test of time.

Maria Montessori was the very first female doctor in Italy. She overcame many obstacles common in her day to achieve this. In the 19th century, women were discouraged from studying science in favor of languages and literature.

Montessori used her determination and plowed through the obstacles to become a doctor.

One evening, walking home from a lab study, she met a woman on the street begging for money with her youngest toddler. She saw that the little one was completely absorbed in playing with a small piece of paper.

How

It works

If you want to distinguish between the Montessori way of learning and the traditional Western methods, there is a simple explanation.

A traditional classroom is centered around the teacher, and in a Montessori classroom there is no single center. Each child is the center of their own educational experience.

The materials the children work with have a built-in error check, which makes independent learning possible. The children are allowed to choose the activities they are interested in.

Are plush cuddly toys Montessori?

If there's one thing kids can do better than adults, it's play! Playtime is an integral part of Montessori education at all ages. Babies practice an interactive learning style as they watch black and white mobiles and listen to their parents read books to them. Of course, it is normal for parents to have questions about Montessori toys and how to integrate this into their child's life. Babies and young children are often given plush toys, but are stuffed animals Montessori?

Plush

are stuffed animals Montessori?

Well, parents can point out colors and maybe some shapes on plush toys, but their design doesn't fulfill any specific aspect of the student's education.

A child may use their imagination playing with a plush animal, but plush toys are not explicitly designed to be multi-purpose or educational.

Montessori toys often mimic real life to a child's size. Toys stimulate creativity, but also translate into reality, and fantasy worlds do not fit the Montessori model.

Plush Stuffed Toys can tie in at this point, as long as you choose a plush that is a lifelike animal rather than a mythical creature. It is ideal for your child to find one with soft natural colors.

Progimpex produces Montessori Plush Cuddly toys

We produce plush cuddly toys with sophisticated material. Both the outside of the cuddly toy and the filling are chosen according to Montessori. We call it sensory material.

We use 100% recycled materials, simple realistic colors (with OEKO-TEX®) and the end product also bears the OEKO-TEX® certificate.

Plush stuffed toys can also be a 'friend' to a child while playing independently. Plush stuffed toys can also serve as a cherished keepsake and comfort object.

Sensory hugs are an added value.