It was only a year ago that you were carrying your baby, and by now your child has grown so much. Not just in height, but by 21 months, your child is making incredible progress in their communication and motor skills. Your child is verbal and active! They are able to do some things by themselves, becoming, even if just slightly, more independent. They are able to express emotions, and while some are in the form of tantrums, some are the over flowing love they have for you. All of the above has become the inspiration for “I help”.
We have a Busy Board that stimulates learning through experiments, an Interactive Calendar helping your child learn about Monday to Sunday. Moreover, items like Lacing Toy, Edible vs Inedible Puzzle, or Traffic Light give children the opportunity to develop their gross and fine motor skills, colour and object recognition, etc.
Children learn quickly through play by touching and exploring various objects. A busy board is a Montessori Toy that stimulates learning through experiments. It is a toy that a child can touch and hold.
This Days of The Week Interactive Calendar is a wheel-shape toy for your child to learn about the week and each day of the week name, from Monday to Sunday and to build a habit of telling day of the week everyday.
Learning to tie your shoes is a great independent milestone for kids! Help them practice without having to use dirty shoes. Also great for practicing left vs. right.
Our Edible & Inedible Puzzle is a toy which both simple and entertaining for your child to learn through play about what they can eat or not
Traffic Light Toy does a lot more than you might think at first glance, it give children the opportunity to develop their gross and fine motor skills, colour recognition/matching and stacking skills.
Lovely bear toy to accompany your child in their very first steps and share their secret conversations. Extra soft cotton yarn with polyester fiberfill makes it safe for your kid to even lick and chew their tiny friends.