Adult supervision is required at all times because the contents of the treasure basket are for sensory exploration only and are not toys.
The Treasure Basket and a Baby's Development
A Treasure Basket can support a baby’s learning and development in a number of different ways. They can support a baby’s learning and development in a number of different ways. Firstly it promotes sensory learning as they explore using all their senses as they look, touch, bang, hold and drop the objects. It helps to support physical development as exploring different objects helps to build and strengthen muscles in a baby’s hands, along with promoting hand-eye co-ordination. It also supports cognitive skills as a baby will be concentrating and learning the properties of different objects through their exploration e.g. size/shape/texture. In addition it encourages independence and confidence as the baby will be exploring unusual objects in different ways.
Contents of the Little Gems Treasure Basket
The Treasure Basket contains 25 items, an assortment of wooden objects, metal objects and natural materials to stimulate all of a baby’s senses.
A Seagrass Basket containing the following (some slight variations may occur in the list below depending on availability)
One Fabric Leaf
One Metal Dessert Spoon
One Pine Cone
One Wooden Nail Brush
One Red Metal Jar Lid
One Metal Pudding Pot
One Wooden Paint Brush
Two Wooden Utensils (will either be a spatula, solid spoon or spoon with slits)
One Leather square
One Fabric square
One Material Organza bag containing dried orange
One Log Slice
One Heart Wooden Coaster
One Fruit Pattern Metal Jar Lid
One Fabric Scarf
One Metal Scoop
One Wooden Egg Cup
One Material Organza bag containing a scented tea bag
One Metal Tin with Lid
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All baskets are sent out via Royal Mail as a signed for service.