Skip to product information
1 of 5

Little Travellers

Montessori Felt Busy Board for Toddlers

Montessori Felt Busy Board for Toddlers

Regular price A$47.90
Regular price Sale price A$47.90
Sale Sold out
Shipping calculated at checkout.

Ignite Your Child's Imagination with Our Montessori Felt Busy Board for Toddlers

Introducing an engaging educational tool that combines play and learning - the Montessori Felt Busy Board for Toddlers. This handmade book-style board features a variety of activities that stimulate children's curiosity while teaching them about colours, shapes, and sizes.

A Kaleidoscope of Learning

Our busy board is rich with vibrant colours and fun, interactive elements designed to engage your child visually while introducing them to various concepts. Teach your child to recognise different colours and shapes, all while learning about everyday life and more.

Beyond the Basics

Beyond essential recognition, this Montessori board delves into various categories, teaching your child to identify different animals and gain a wealth of common knowledge. Not only does this busy board offer learning opportunities, but it also promotes good reading habits and stimulates the development of crucial language skills.

Safe, Durable, and Travel-Friendly

Crafted with your little one's safety in mind, our busy board is non-toxic, with robust stitching that stands up to curious hands. Its durable construction makes it the perfect travel companion, offering entertainment and education wherever you and your toddler go.

Enrich Their Experience

Our Montessori Felt Busy Board encourages your child's sensory abilities, communication skills, and imagination. It's more than a toy—it's a stepping stone to a rich learning experience that your child will enjoy again and again.

Recommended Age: The Montessori Felt Busy Board is suitable for toddlers around 18 months and above. This is the age when children usually start to engage more deeply with interactive toys and begin developing fine motor skills.

View full details