The Object Permanence Box helps with achieving important developmental milestones of your little one. Object permanence is one of the earliest lessons your child learns. The box helps children learn that just because objects are out of sight, it doesn’t mean they are gone forever. It helps them develop a mental image of the ball and that objects can still exist out of sight.
It develops memory, focus and concentration, fine motor skills, hand eye coordination, grasping and exploration skills.
Infants learn about the world through their senses. The object permanence box is a Montessori material to develop the child’s sense of object permanence. Just like the concept behind the peek-a-boo game, the child learns that the object/person exists even if they cannot see it/them. It develops memory, focus and concentration, fine motor skills, hand eye coordination, grasping and exploration skills.
Place the box in front of the child and drop the ball into the hole. The ball rolls to a stop in the tray, appearing directly in front of the child. This activity can be repeated and the child too can be encouraged to drop the ball in the hole.
Caring for Your Wooden Toys
Wooden toys are beautiful and durable. Toys made of natural materials bring your little one a little closer to the nature by nourishing the child’s senses.
Wood has natural anti-bacterial properties, so keeping them clean is simple and you can even get your kids involved in the process. Here are some tips that can come handy while taking care of the wooden toys –
Wooden toys can be wiped with a dry cloth for daily maintenance and cleaning.
No Soaking. Never submerge wooden toys in the water; to clean or otherwise. The wood can soak up the water which can gradually lead to cracks.
Instead, a slightly damp cloth or sponge can be used to remove dirt or dust and then the toy should be air dried.
While drying the toys,do not leave them in a direct sunlight. Sunlight can cause the colours to fade and long exposure to the sunlight and air might damage the wood.
Every once in a while, you may want to moisturize wooden toys when it starts to look dry or dull. Coconut oil or olive oil can be applied sparingly with a washcloth. Then let it dry.
Age : 6-12 Months & 1-3 Years
Raw Materials Used : Birch Ply & Rubber Woods
Note: 1.During its lifetime, a tree is subjected to many natural forces that cause variations in wood grain, color, knots, splits, and stains. These variations are not defects. They enhance the beauty of the wood and add to the characteristic of the handcrafted toys making each toy unique. 2. As with any baby toy or accessory, please use only under adult supervision. 3. Always inspect for damage prior to use.
Wood has natural anti-bacterial properties, so keeping them clean is simple. *Wooden toys can be wiped with a dry cloth for daily maintenance and cleaning. *No Soaking. Never submerge wooden toys in the water. *Do not leave them in a direct sunlight. *You can moisturize wooden toys by apllying Coconut oil or olive oil sparingly with a washcloth. Then let it dry.