A Montessori-inspired ring post for your little munchkin who can now roll over on the tummy, observe and play. Little ones love to slide
the rings back and forth, thereby helping in the development of their hand-eyecoordination. Use this simple toy to help your young ones work on their motor skills as they move the ring from post to post. We have kept the colors minimal and contrasting (black & white) as babies need different color stimulation from their toys than older ones.
Skills acquired with this simple sliding rings
Simply moving the rings from one post to another your baby can be aided with hand-eye coordination, cognitive development and fine motor skills. This light weight toy is ideal for your infant who is on his or her tummy and is capable of exploring. An infant's color vision is not as sensitive as an adult's, therefore the rings are painted black and white (non toxic child friendly colors) to visually simulate them.
Language and Mathematics
This simple sliding rings can help you introduce counting to the little one. The number of language exploration with this toy is plenty. You can simple introduce colors to your baby with these. Just by explaining how to move and place the rings, your little one's vocabulary is enriched multiple folds. They begin to understand preposition.
Learning Cause-effect and problem solving
For your little one to understand how the ring works is the first task. It shows them that their actions will have a definite out come hence showing them what is causeand effect. To understand that the rings move only a certain way and in order to do what is desired they need to explore and arrive at a method to do the same. This is laying the foundations to their problemsolvingabilities.