Sensory match game,- Montessori aligned textile game on
Sensory match game,- Montessori aligned textile game on
Sensory match game,- Montessori aligned textile game on
Sensory Match Game Montessori Aligned Textile Game On Wooden
Sensory Match Game Montessori Aligned Textile Game On Wooden
Sensory Match Game Montessori Aligned Textile Game On Wooden
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Montessori Sensory Match Game

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This educational toy is a sensory game and is one of the learning toddler games that we offer. This Montessori aligned textile toy makes a great toddler gift and stocking stuffer.

Do you have a curious toddler in your life? Always wanting to learn and discover new things? Boys and girls alike love this Montessori match game.

Set includes 10 pairs (20 discs) and is complete with the cute muslin bag to store it away for easy storage. 1.5" wide wooden disc 1/8" thick with varying colors and textured tops.

*NEW* now offering our best selling game in a box for easy storage. 

Why people love our game 

*Toddler science

*Improves mental focus and clarity

*Hand eye coordination 

*Memory

*Organization

*Vocabulary

All while learning new colors and textures!

Montessori toys is essential for creating and strengthening the connections between the different parts of the brain. Improving fine motor skills and sensory perception in the parietal lobe to the problem solving skills and concentration in the frontal lobe. Also all these are connected to the Occipital lobe that interprets vision and the temporal lobe which controls memory and organization.