Montessori wooden shape sorter

Original price was: 119.00 zł.Current price is: 109.00 zł.

Najniższa cena z ostatnich 30 dni: 109.00 .


Lead time

2 - 3 business days

Free shipping

From PLN 299

Wiek: Toys for 1-Year-Olds (12-18 months), Toys for 1.5-Year-Olds (18-24 months), Toys for Newborns and Infants (0-12 months)
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NOTE: the product is new, so the lead time may extend to 5 working days.


Montessori wooden shape sorter
is a set consisting of 8 pieces of different shapes and colors and a base with holes into which the individual blocks should be fitted.

Several-month-old babies are very mobile and curious about the world around them. They want to touch everything, see everything, and they like to be told about everyday objects or activities. Distinguishing and naming colors and shapes is the initial stage of toddlers’ education, giving them much joy and satisfaction. In addition, our sorter is an ideal training for the little hand and a great tool that supports the development of important skills for the child.

Complementing the sorting set is a booklet containing tips on how to play with the sorter to support important skills for the child, as well as factual information for caregivers.


The shape sorter mainly supports: concentration, visual perception, eye-hand coordination, fine motor skills, logical thinking and speech and communication. Did you know that:
  1. Concentration is the ability to focus on something specific. It can be a task being performed, a particular object or instructions given by a teacher. Concentration ensures children’s proper development and is essential at each stage of their education.
  2. Visual perception allows a child to know and understand the world around him, and is essential for further education when learning to read, write and count. When playing with several items with different pictures, the child has to focus his eyes on them and make an assessment of what he sees, such as colors, shapes, similarities and differences. This is an introduction to more advanced analysis, which, among other things, forms the basis for logical thinking.
  3. Visuomotor coordination enables precision of movement. It is essential for everyday activities – from independent eating or dressing up, drawing or writing to physical activity. Eye-hand coordination additionally requires training of the child’s hands and fingers, i.e. fine motor skills.
  4. Small motor skills are the precise movements of the hands and fingers, such as squeezing, stroking, kneading and grasping. It is essential in many areas of a child’s life and the achievement of independence (e.g. brushing teeth, buttoning up, eating, writing).
  5. Logical thinking allows one to analyze situations, draw conclusions and develop possible solutions based on the information gathered. This is one skill that can be difficult for a child to achieve. Why practice logical thinking? Because it is essential at every stage of our lives.
  6. Speech and effective communication are the basis of everyday life in the family and are indispensable for the development of social skills. They allow children to express their thoughts and feelings and to understand what others want to communicate.