Montessori tools and learning toys for kids

About Lovey Blossoms

Lovey Blossoms promotes learning through play! Hence, we research Montessori tools and learning toys for kids that are best for learning. We welcome you to try some of our favorites here!

Our new launch

Our latest learning toy for kids and toddlers is this creative item – Matching Easter Eggs shapes and color sorter.


We ship this item Express, so get ready to receive it within a few days.

Lovey Blossoms Club

Join the Lovey Blossoms Club to get a special discount coupon for your first order.  You will also be updated each time we find a great item for your kids’ learning.

Watch out for our limited launches

It takes a lot of time and effort to research and find suitable learning tools, so just a few launches will be made each month, with limited stock available.

Follow us on instagram here to be the first to know about the launch.

What is the Montessori Method Education?

The Montessori Method is a child-centered approach. Maria Montessori developed this more than 100 years ago (since 1897).

Montessori watched children, and experimented with the environment, materials, and lessons available to them.

Some key principles:

  • The child is naturally eager for knowledge.
  • They can initiate learning in a supportive, thoughtfully prepared learning environment.
  • Aside from cognitive development, we must also include physical, social and emotional development.

Montessori tools

Montessori tools encourage children to experiment. So choose a toy that requires them to manipulate it in different ways. Not only will they develop fine motor skills, they will also learn important observation and early mathematical skills. These include color recognition shape sorting that will give them a head-start for school and life!

A lot of Montessori tools and learning toys help develop the 7 Essential Skills every child needs (Mind in the Making, Ellen Galinsky).

These include:

  1. Focus and Self-control
  2. Making Connections
  3. Taking on challenges
  4. Self-directed, engaged learning.

More will be shared in our next update!




Leave a Comment

You must be logged in to post a comment.

  • Sign up
Lost your password? Please enter your username or email address. You will receive a link to create a new password via email.
We do not share your personal details with anyone.