Dressing Frame Dressing Frame is a key Montessori Practical Life material which helps children to develop independence and care of self as they learn to fasten different clothing implements. \tDressing Frames Stand for 8 frames. \tWooden Stand for hold up to 8 Dressing Frames. \tIt is made of natural wood. \tMotor skills of hands and fingers. \tCoordination. \tIndependence. Description A dressing frame is a type of frame used to display clothing. It is typically made of wood or metal and may be decorated with carving, gilding, or other ornamentation. A frame typically has two or three hangers, which are used to hold the clothing in place. The frame may also have a shelf or drawer for storing accessories such as jewelry, belts, or scarves. Frame is an article of furniture used for dressing oneself. It typically has a mirror, shelves, and drawers. A frame is a type of frame used to display items such as clothing, jewelry, or textiles. They are usually made from wood or metal, and can be either freestanding or wall-mounted. Frames can be used for both personal and commercial purposes, and are often found in retail settings. A frame is a type of furniture that is designed to hold a mirror and to provide a surface on which to place items such as jewelry or cosmetics. It may also include drawers or shelves for storing these items. A dressing frame is often placed in a bedroom or bathroom.