What makes Peekaboo Sound Boxes an invaluable learning experience? Consider this. Matching is a classic early childhood activity. Because identifying what’s alike and what different matters. Yet rarely do games involve sound. Fortunately Peekaboo Sound Boxes is an exception. Because learning to distinguish one sound from another is important.
Play by shaking the 12 wooden boxes. Sturdy plastic handles make this easy. Now go back choose one and shake the others until you find its mate. Keep on matching alike sounds to create six pair. Then challenge yourself. This time after you shake all 12, try to make the matches from memory. That’s a way to build memory skills Wonder what’s creating the sounds? Sneak a peek through the translucent acrylic panel on the bottom of each cube.
Developing matching skills is only one benefit of Peekaboo Sound Boxes. The game also improves auditory discrimination, concentration, and memory as well as eye-hand coordination and dexterity. Wooden tray measures 12 1/4″L x 9 1/2″W. Boxes are 3 1/4″ square plus handle.
For a different peekaboo play learning experience, investigate Peekaboo Lock Boxes.