1. Describe three cheap, homemade toys which will help babies under the age of six months to develop their sense of vision and hearing.
Disappearing ball is one of the homemade toys that help improve the vision of the baby. A hole is made in along a postage tube and fitted with 2 or 3 brightly colored rubber balls. In this case, the baby will enjoy dropping the colored ball in one end and picking it at the other end. The sensory board is another homemade toy that can easily be made to help to develop the sensory ability of the child. In this regard, objects of different textures are placed on a board that the child will be touching, thus being able to recognize different textures. Paper stickers are other homemade toys that help develop the vision of a baby. In this case, small papers with different colors are stuck to a board and a baby given direction on how to identify each color placed on the board.