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Playful Traffic Rugs at How we Montessori

I know, I featured some rugs last week but I've just found out the top left traffic rug (#1) is back in stock (in Australia). We've had our traffic rug since Caspar was little (I'd love to recreate this scene!), it's such a statement piece that the boys have really enjoyed. These playful traffic rugs are perfect for children who love to play with transport, but they can also teach aspects of community relationships and features of our towns and cities. On our traffic rug (#1) the roads and car park are woven but the rest is a plush, soft carpet. My minimalist design loving side adores the OYOY rug (#2) and the new Gathre rug (#3) is just so good!! I've included the Melissa and Doug Traffic Rug in this round up as it is really affordable and a much smaller option. I need to mention the Ikea traffic rugs for their function and design at a great price point! 

Any small cars, trucks, planes, animals, people, little street signs work on these rugs. I personally love the Siku range (Australia here) as they are die-cast and often have lots of movable parts, you can get lots of little cars but also cranes, garbage trucks, tractors, street sweepers, whatever your child is into, these are ideal for gift giving too! 

1. IVI Interactive Play Rug - Traffic Blue, larger range here (Australia)(UK here). 

2. OYOY Adventure Rug Play Mat (Australia)(US here).

3. Gathre Playmat (US, with International Shipping).

4. Melissa and Doug Round the Town Road Rug (US). 

Not pictured Ikea Storabo Rug and Lekplats Rug

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