CT100 Box and 1 Ball
BOX WITH WOODEN BALL
This is the first "disappearing" object toy used in the infant community.
Along with excellent eye-hand control, it teaches the child object permanence, or the concept that something can disappear and still exists; it is permanent.
The inside of the box contains a slide so that no matter where the ball lands in the box, it comes out onto the tray for the child to see, and to use again, and again.
The box is constructed of heavy plywood so that it sits soundly on the surface for use with the child who is just learning to sit and use her hands. It is Birch plywood, 9.5" long, 6" tall, 5.25" wide. The ball is 1.5" in diameter. Made in the USA.