Treasure Bin: Yellow Wooden Objects

What is a Treasure Bin?

A small amount (5 to 10) of similar items to put in front of your growing baby and let him/her explore!

Ensure that the items are safe to babies (no choking hazards or sharp edges) and that your baby is supervised at all times!

May loved her all wooden Blue Treasure Bin, so I included all wooden yellow objects thhis week too.  She especially loved the yellow wooden pegs from this Melissa & Doug toy.   I kept her Treasure Bin upstairs and every time I brought her up she got ot play with it.We keep her bin under the couch and I take it out a couple of times a day.  Most of the items included in her bin are from Melissa & Doug wooden toys.

My first post about Treasure Bins is here.

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 And here is my sweet girl with her Treasure Bin.
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Treasure Bin: Blue Wooden Objects

What is a Treasure Bin?

A small amount (5 to 10) of similar items to put in front of your growing baby and let him/her explore!

Ensure that the items are safe to babies (no choking hazards or sharp edges) and that your baby is supervised at all times!

This week, I wanted to include only wooden objects.  May loved all of her blue wooden objects and also loved playing with the bin.  We keep her bin under the couch and I take it out a couple of times a day.  Most of the items included in her bin are from Melissa & Doug wooden toys.

My first post about Treasure Bins is here.

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And here is my sweet girl with her Treasure Bin.

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And finding new objects from her bin to explore!

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Sweet girl loves her little bins.  She is such a big girl!

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Teaching practical life skills – just give the kid a real glass!

My husband has lost it, and so have I, over our son’s huge sippy cup falling off the table, on the table, falling off the couch, hitting things, banging into toys. These things were made to be bulletproof (well they are spill-proof, after all).

Anyways, I was perusing the Montessori Services site to update my Alphabet Box (I’ll post on that later) — and I saw these adorable little glasses. They were selling these — Economy Juice Glasses — $7.50 for 6! I had to buy them, and wow, are we glad we did!  They are very sturdy, and though they are glass, they have fallen once or twice on our wood floor with no breakage so far!

John treats these with care. He feels special.  He holds it gently with two hands, and lately, sometimes only one hand — he is learning a life-long skill.  He feels grown-up. He is. Growing up.

Just look at that smile : )

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Happy drinking,

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