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Montessori Monday - Activities for Babies and Toddlers Using Yarn Balls

DIY home-made Montessori Object Permanence Box Made from a square tissue box with hole cut in one side's bottom area

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Tube Play

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.


Making a object permanence box with interchangeable lids

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…

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Object Permanence: The 6 Stages in Infant Growth and Development

Object Permanence: The 6 Stages in Infant Growth and Development. From zero to two -very interesting!


SS.mi.3: Demonstrates an understanding that objects and persons exist when not in sight. For scaffolding for a child with special needs, you should provide objects that they can easily manipulate for themselves to see that object still exist, even when they are out of sight. You should continually supply a variety of similar activities until they have completely mastered this standard.