DIY Montessori Object Permanence Box - cause and effect baby play activity with DIY baby toy
DIY home-made Montessori Object Permanence Box Made from a square tissue box with hole cut in one side's bottom area
for my child development nerds out there. i'm looking at you @Heather Lawrence
DIY Montessori inspired object permanence box for baby/infants. Costs practically nothing to make. baby-brain.co.uk
by *Neptune*, via Flickr
Tube Play is great for babies through to adults. Level of challenge can be adjusted. Great to teach young children about object permanence and develop fine motor skills.
I used a wooden CD box found at my local craft store (in the painting section)- I removed the hinge lid to keep just the base of the box. I thought about using the cover to make a drawer, but I jus…
Object Permanence: Jean Piaget & Baby Brain Development
The disappearing act is an activity that babies can use to help develop their understanding of object permanence. Easy to make and fun for them to do.