Montessori Dressing Frames

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Montessori dressing frames

This Montessori practical life lesson is designed for 1-3 year old children to help them refine their fine motor skills using dressing frames.

As we have discussed in our blogs that Montessori education is renowned for its child-centered approach across the globe, which focuses on fostering independence and self-directed learning. Montessori dressing frames are a vital component of this educational philosophy, aiming to develop children’s fine motor skills and self-sufficiency in daily tasks.

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