Ball box Montessori
This wooden box will help develop your child's motor skills and thinking. He will have to grab the wooden ball, place it correctly in the hole so that it falls into the box. He can retrieve the ball by opening the drawer.
This wooden box will help develop your child's motor skills and thinking. He will have to grab the wooden ball, place it correctly in the hole so that it falls into the box. He can then retrieve the ball by opening the drawer.
The box has a particular shape with a rim to facilitate independent gripping by the child.
This box can begin to be presented as soon as the child has acquired the sitting position alone (in this case, remove the drawer when you make the first presentations).
Thanks to this very playful activity, the child works his fine motor skills through the pinching of the fingers, he discovers the notion of permanence of an object and he experiences the cause and effect relationship of an action guided by his intellect. The permanence of the object is the knowledge by the child that the objects which surround him exist outside him, but also and above all that they continue to exist, even if he does not perceive them via one of its five senses.
- Between 8 and 12 months: Beginning of the acquisition of this concept
- Between 18 and 24 months: Definitive acquisition of this concept
Content: 1 wooden wood with drawer + 1 wooden ball.