A rectangular box with 2 compartments and a flip lid with 1 slot. Repetition of the exercise provides the toddler with exploring the use of the hand, hand-eye coordination, finger and wrist movement as well as the experience of fitting objects into holes.
A rectangular box with 2 compartments and a flip lid with 4 cut-out geometric shapes. The child inserts the shapes in the correct holes and flips the lid over to expose the shapes.Repetition of the exercise is an introduction to basic geometric shapes and provides the toddler with exploring the use of the hand, the experience of fitting objects into holes, hand-eye coordination and finger and wrist movement.
A box with a red, yellow and a blue circle printed on the lid. The box houses 3 colored knit balls on strings, 2 stakes and 1 wooden slat with dowels. A rack is built on the box and the knit balls are hung from the dowels. Use of this material provides the toddler practice in hand-eye coordination, recognition of color and the differences between two and three dimensional shapes.