Montessori Box Bins Infant Toys Materials for Toddlers

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Montessori Box with Bins

  • Item No.: BTT009
  • Material: Plywood + Hard Wood
  • Paking: Each pack in white Cardboard Box
  • Packing Box size: 30.8 x 12.6 x 12.6 CM
  • Growss Weight: 0.83 Kg
  • Product Detail

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    Montessori Box Bins Infant Toys Materials for Toddlers Materials Educational Tools Preschool Early Learning

    A wooden box with 3 distinct bins in primary colors – red, yellow and blue.  Large knob design for an easier grasp.  This material allows the experience of object permenance and develops hand-eye coordination to further refine motor skills.Develop children’s independence and sense of order, exercise their hand muscles.Removing and replacing objects in each bin builds fine motor skills, spatial awareness, and working memory.Great for kids playing.

    Montessori Infant & Toddler toys. Composition of teaching aids: a wooden bottom box, three drawers with a ball corresponding to the color of the box. With large handle, it is convenient for baby to grasp and store all kinds of small objects.

    It is made of high quality wood, good workmanship, wet-resistant and wear-resistant, smooth and without burr, to protect baby’s hands.Adopt children’s environmental protection paint surface, no peculiar smell, take good care of children.

    Tips & ideas

    As children’s memory develops, so does their understanding of object permanence, just because we can’t see it doesn’t mean it isn’t there. Providing resources for infants to explore and establish their understandings of object permanence are the very beginnings of scientific inquiry as children begin to problem solve.

    Through exploring the Box with Bins to discover the hidden object or to just understand how it works, children are also engaging their fine motor dexterity as they open and close the doors.


    As the child progresses and learns about object permanence, the box with bins acts as a step further
    Here, the draws help in concealing the object – revisiting the object permanence concept and the child has to pull the draw to take the object out
    Objects are placed within the box and the infant has to remove the object from the box
    This placing of an object, pulling the draw, enhances child’s grip, wrist movements plus the eye-hand coordination
    The complexity can be gradually increased by putting more objects in the three bins
    The material also provides in a scope of child’s primary color recognition skills
    Further, different colored objects to be placed in different draws can add to the progression of the child
    Hence, you can see how this material offers a variety of exposures and objectivity for children
    The material includes a box with three drawers that are hinged and which arch out of the box. This is made of Beech plywood and is finished beautifully

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