Our Montessori Subscription
Created by a Montessori-certified teacher, Monti Kids provides a subscription-based, comprehensive, and authentic Montessori toy curriculum, proven by over 100 years of use in classrooms worldwide.
Level 1 (0 – 3.5 months)
Level 1 nurtures your child’s visual skills, motor development, concentration, physical coordination, body awareness, and strength right from birth. Includes:
- An adjustable wooden Activity Gym designed to hang Montessori mobiles and toys at the perfect height to engage your baby.
- 4 classic Montessori mobiles to develop your baby’s visual skills and focus.
- 4 reaching, grasping and kicking toys to build strength & motor skills.
- Two rattles sized perfectly for your baby’s hands.
Level 2 (4 – 6.5 months)
Level 2 helps your child gain control and mastery of their hands and core. Includes:
- The Wooden Book for early language and literacy learning.
- Nine unique rattles that strengthen your baby’s grasp, hand-eye coordination, and body control.
- A set of 24 wooden blocks of different shapes, sized for your baby to grasp, that help develop spatial awareness.
- The Dining Set, which encourages confident and independent eating.
Level 3 (7 – 10.5 months)
Level 3 supports your child’s developing mobility while they build cognitive skills:
- A colorful and rhythmic Rolling Drum that inspires curiosity and movement.
- A Spinning Drum that develops hand-eye coordination and builds strength.
- A basket of four balls with varying textures, weights, and rolling speeds.
- The Object Permanence Box, a great problem-solving challenge.
- A Monti Kids Rocking Stacker, designed for your baby’s little fingers to grasp.
- A set of 3 Shape Fitting Puzzles in egg, cube, and spherical shapes.
Level 4 (11 – 13.5 months)
Level 4 encourages your baby to experiment with cause and effect to boost their memory, and problem-solving skills. Includes:
- The Object Permanence Box 2, building on the first with added challenge.
- The Push Balls Set, which strengthens your child’s fingers and palms.
- The Stable Stacker, which builds precision and motor skills.
- A set of 4 First Puzzles, each with 1 shape, which develops early STEM skills.
- The Peg Box, which advances fine motor skills and shape discrimination.
- The Tracker, which builds visual tracking skills critical for preschool reading.
Level 5 (14 – 17.5 months)
Level 5 explores mathematical relationships and challenges early walkers. Includes:
- The Duck Pull Toy, which develops control, balance and coordination.
- The Multi-Shape Puzzles, which provide a new spatial reasoning challenge.
- The Curved Dowel, which develops wrist strength and dexterity.
- The Box with Bins, which builds working memory, and fine and gross motor skills.
- The Coin Box, which offers hands-on experience with geometry.
- The Mailbox, which teaches early geometric concepts and new vocabulary.
Level 6 (18 – 22.5 months)
Level 6 encourages problem solving and tactile experimentation as your child learns to imagine and execute plans. Includes:
- The Shapes on Pegs, which encourage spatial reasoning with 9 geometric solids.
- The Bolt Board, which builds strength, dexterity, and perseverance.
- The Language Set, a classic Montessori game used to introduce new vocabulary.
- The Motor Planning Box, which encourages problem solving and builds strength.
- The Bead Stringing Set, which encourages creativity, precision, and coordination.
- The Sorting Set, which engages the tactile sense to classify shapes and textures.
Level 7 (23 – 28 months)
Level 7 fosters your child’s independence and builds coordination, strength, and practical life skills through fine and gross motor challenges. Includes:
- The Push Toy, which adds an extra challenge for walkers.
- The Dressing Frames, which move from hook-and-loop to snaps, to buttons.
- The Cylinder Drop, which encourages repetition and size discrimination.
- The Baking Set, a perfect platform for exploring STEM, literacy, and life skills!
- The Ring Slide, which gives your child practice with predicting consequences.
- The Lacing activity, which encourages precision and patience.
Level 8 (29 – 36 months)
Level 8 exercises your child’s executive function, which is among the greatest predictors of success in school and life. Includes:
- The Peg Board, which develops spatial reasoning and math skills.
- The Fabric Winder, which builds wrist strength and function.
- The Fraction Circles, which provide concrete experience with mathematical concepts.
- The Gluing Set, which teaches the basic skills your child needs to create artwork.
- Three Mystery Bags, each with a specific theme, which build memory skills and encourage tactile exploration.