Children love putting this beautiful soft knitted ball inside the box over and over. Posting objects into boxes is a natural tendency for young children. This activity gives the child practice with hand-eye co-ordination as the soft ball is pushed through the hole.
A square wooden board with 4 pegs that holds 4 balls of the same size. Placing the balls on the pegs is a challenging task for the infant. As the pegs seem to 'disappear' in the balls, the child experiences that the centre hole in the ball disappears too, and the shape becomes whole.
Our large wooden Ball Tracker has been used in Montessori Toddler Classrooms around the world for many years. The ball moves slowly so children can follow, or "track" it with their eyes. Tracking movements of the eyes are very important for later reading and writing. Children also learn to distinguish between objects that can roll and objects that can not. 10-36 months 76cm x 64cm x 7cm
Our stunning Giant Toddler Gear is made out of premium Baltic Birch Plywood. Children use gears to learn that small movements can have a big effect in a large environment. The panel of our Giant Toddler Gear measures 41" in length and 17" in height. The diameter of the big gear is 23" and the diameter of the small gear is 16". Mount it on a wall close to the floor. For 12-36 months old toddlers.
Our wooden panel is suitable for wall mounting especially when floor space is limited. There are three different imbucare box activities for fitting four different objects (red cylinder, blue cube, yellow triangular prism, and green rectangular prism) into holes. The objects are inserted horizontally into the first row, and vertically into the second and third rows. There is a mirror in the second row and the third row resembles four imbucare boxes with doors. 18-36 months 70cm x 70cm x 8cm
Our wooden panel is suitable for wall mounting especially when floor space is limited. This panel includes six spinning cylinders. Each cylinder is divided into 6 colours - red, green, orange, purple, yellow and blue. It also includes 16 spinning cubes. Each cube is divided into 4 colours - red, green, yellow and blue. Children can rotate the cubes and cylinders to match colours. On the right side of the panel, there is a tracker with 12 movable and 4 attached wooden knobs. These knobs come in red, green, blue and yellow colours that children can match up by moving them around. This material helps develop eye-hand coordination, colour recognition and visual tracking. 18-36 months 70cm x 70cm x 8cm
Our wooden panel is suitable for wall mounting especially when floor space is limited. With no removable handles, children will follow the tracks easily. These movements help prepare toddlers for future print or cursive writing. 18-36 months 70cm x 70cm x 8cm
Our wooden panel is suitable for wall mounting especially when floor space is limited. There are 6 pairs of wooden knobs of different shapes. Each pair is connected by a string. A child can feel the differences between each pair of knobs by touching them. When a child pulls on one knob, the matching knob on the other side will also move, which is an inherent control of error. There are also two matching sets of rolling and spinning objects for children to explore. These activities will enhance stereagnostic sense, ie. the muscular recognition of form. 11 - 24 months 70cm x 70cm x 8cm
Our Toddler Staircase is made of pine wood. It measures 53" length, 19" witdh, 31" height from floor to the top of railing. Ideal for 10-18 months "It is important to realize that children must first gain an awareness of the movements before they can begin to reproduce them. When the formula is clear, the child will continue his efforts to perfect the movement and, if the environment permits it, will continue until the idea the child has in his mind, is a very great joy for the child." -Silvana Montanaro