In the spirit of Mother's Day, a quick chat with the mothers of our Monti Kids team.
I’m often blown away when talking to the mothers in our community by how selfless and dedicated you are to your children. My Mother’s Day wish for all of us is that we don’t just take one day to pamper ourselves but that we consistently treat ourselves with as much kindness and compassion as we give our children.
Today is National Teachers Day, a wonderful reason to celebrate the incredible educators that shape our world. We spoke with the Monti Kids Learning Team about Montessori, favorite teachers, and their path to education.
Play is a universal need – even for adults. While many of us know how important it is for our children to play, we may forget to make time for play in our own lives. As Brian Sutton-Smith said, “The opposite of play is not work, it is depression.”
Watch Monti Kids founder, Zahra Kassam, unbox Level 4 of Monti Kids, which helps you support your baby’s developing mobility while they build cognitive skills.
After 3 years in development, we launched Monti Kids when I was pregnant with my second baby boy. Zayd is now 1 year old, and it has been amazing to watch him learn and grow with Monti Kids. As a busy mom, I’m so grateful to have this program for Zayd. I hope that Monti Kids brings you the same peace of mind that your baby is getting the very best start.
The Montessori method informs the design behind our entire curriculum at Monti Kids. For families unfamiliar, Montessori can seem abstract. But in reality, it is the opposite. Montessori is an educational approach that has been used for over 100 years and is trusted by over 20,000 schools around the world.
Watch Monti Kids founder, Zahra Kassam, unbox Level 3 of Monti Kids, which helps you support your baby’s developing mobility while they build cognitive skills.
At Monti Kids, we celebrate families every single day. This month, we are collaborating with Renee, Revel and Matthew Morrison to support Room to Grow, a nonprofit organization that enriches the lives of babies born into poverty throughout their critical first three years of development. In the spirit of Mother’s Day, we chatted with Renee to learn more about becoming a mom and her mission in giving back.
Your baby’s hands are her best tools for exploration and learning. The toys in Level 2 provide children ages three months and older with the perfect outlet for their developing motor skills, cognitive skills, and strength.