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This dressing room inspired by the Montessori pedagogy is functional and practical for teaching the child how to tidy up. This totally open dressing room is adapted to the size of the child and allows to facilitate the arrangement thanks to its closet and its side shelves to arrange its small slippers or shoes. Children are curious and love to discover new experiences! This Montessori dressing room in the shape of a house will encourage their self-confidence by choosing their own clothes and will develop their autonomy by teaching them to do everything by themselves. Learning begins with practice and for children, practice is play.
It's even more fun to get dressed while having fun!
It's a set of educational methods based on the discoveries of Maria Montessori, an Italian physician and educator.
These educational methods aim to develop children in an environment that is adapted to them, thus promoting concentration, autonomy and self-confidence.
The Lignea Kids Tip :
As soon as baby is interested in daily chores and wants to do it all by himself, offer to pick out his clothes, when he grows up ask him to put away. Little by little, you will give him more interesting responsibilities that he will enjoy doing. Then you will be impressed with what he will do on his own without being asked!
You can also combine the Montessori dressing room with the Montessori wardrobe to maximize storage capacity.
With this educational furniture combination, you'll be setting up a true Montessori room that's totally child-sized.
The little extra:
The wood used comes from sustainably managed forests and the paint is eco-friendly with no harmful substances for the child.
Length: 96 cm
Depth: 55 cm
Height: 120 cm
Important note: on this product the delivery time can vary between 2 and 3 weeks.
- From birth
- Volume of the article
- Package dimensions
- 128x51x10 cm
Montessori Dressing Room
Dressing while having fun is even more fun! This Montessori inspired mini dressing room will develop kids' independence.