I love this this idea and made one for Teddy when he was a baby. He loved pulling wipes out the pack so this was a great solution!
It's so simple and it saves your baby wipes from being wasted all of the time!
Find an old tissue box or a plastic baby wipe tub with an opening on the top.
Cut out some squares of fabric or use sensory scarves , even muslins! and put them inside for baby to discover and pull out one by one.
You could extend the activity by adding a small mirror at the bottom of the box so baby can see themselves too.
This activity is good for:
* exploring textures
* developing gross and fine motor skills
* exploratory play
* promoting creativity and curiosity
* saving lots of wasted baby wipes
For older babies and toddlers , try using an open box , show box or plastic tub, use elastic bands or string to make a web across the top.
Put the scarves in the box and let babies and toddlers explore puling the scarves out between the string.
Fine motor skill
problem solving .
Let me know if you try them , tag @baby_bears_den in your pictures