DIY Montessori infant toys are a great way to provide young children with safe and educational toys that will help them learn and develop. Here are some ideas for DIY Montessori infant toys that you can make at home:
Fill clear plastic bottles with different materials such as water, glitter, or beads. Infants can shake the bottles to hear the different sounds and see the different colors and textures.
Touch and feel cards
Cut out different pieces of fabric or textured paper and glue them onto index cards. Infants can touch and feel the different materials to explore different textures.
Object permanence box
Cut a hole in the lid of a shoebox and place a small object inside. Infants can practice reaching and grasping for the object through the hole.
Fill deflated balloons with different materials such as rice or beans to create tactile balls that infants can hold and squeeze.
Fill a basket with different objects of different textures, shapes, and sizes. Infants can explore the objects by touching, holding, and mouthing them.
These DIY Montessori infant toys are easy to make and provide infants with safe and educational toys that will help them develop their senses and motor skills.
Don't want to DIY? Get some fun Montessori toys wholesale projects from your local store.