Montessori Gift Guide for Preschoolers (3 – 5 Years)

Montessori Christmas Gift Guides for Babies, Toddlers, Preschoolers, Homeschool Families, and Family Subscription Gift IdeasOur Gift Guide for Preschoolers is full of activities and toys geared to developing practical skills such as pincer grasp, deepen cognitive/spatial reasoning, social interaction, as well as foster the child’s imagination and ability to focus.

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Montessori Christmas Gift Guide for Preschoolers

  1. Play Dough Tools Set from Melissa & Doug. This fun set helps to build fine motor skills and add a bit of embellishing to any play dough creations.
  2. Duplos from Legos. We started our oldest off on Legos way too early. Even with a small set they were too much for him at 3. Duplos have been a great building toy for all three of our children.
  3. Geometric Board from Cake in the Morn. This one is on our Christmas list.
  4. Wooden Lacing Toy from Smiling Tree Toys. We recently won this lacing set in a giveaway
  5. Beginner Pattern Blocks from  Melissa & Doug.
  6. Cooperative Games from Richard Scarry’s Busytown. This is a great game to teach taking turns as well as working together. You play individually, but must also work together as a team to finish the game.
  7. Floor Puzzles from Melissa & Doug. M&D’s floor puzzles have really helped my children bridge the gap from small 12-24 piece puzzles to larger 50-100 piece puzzles. The size of the pieces are great for their small hands and has built their confidence to try more puzzles.
  8. Bristle Blocks from Battat. These fun blocks encourage kids to try and build in different ways.
  9. Classic Tricycle from Radio Flyer. The first beginner’s bike…really, trike. Who doesn’t love that classic tricycle?
  10. Matching or Memory Game from eeBoo. Matching and memory games are a great activity to cognitive skills and learning to play a game (rules, taking turns, etc).

Don’t forget to check out our other Montessori Christmas Gift Guides for babies, toddlers, 2 – 3 year old’s, 5 – 7 year old’s, as well as gift ideas for families!

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