Item # VS1989, VS1990

Crawling Tunnel

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Product Description

The Crawling Tunnel that's Tons of Fun!

When is a tunnel not a tunnel? When it's a ball pit, a hiding spot or a treadmill! This isn't an ordinary tunnel - it's an ingenious product with many fun and therapeutic uses. The Crawling Tunnel stretches and rolls on the ground as you crawl through it, making it suitable for people of all sizes. Use as a place to exercise or a quiet place to calm down. Perhaps best of all, the Crawling Tunnel provides a large space to play but it easily disassembles into three pieces for convenient storage.

  • Strengthens core muscles and gross motor skills
  • For anyone with sensory processing disorder, autism, ADD and ADHD
  • For indoor and outdoor use
  • Age 3+

Ideas for Use

Use it as a treadmill to develop arm and leg strength, motor planning and coordination. Turn it on its side and fill it with balls to create a ball pit that can provide calming sensory input. Let sensory-sensitive children climb inside to build their own quiet space away from the noise and frustrations of the daily grind. Cover the top or sides of the Crawling Tunnel to turn it into an instant fort, tent or castle to build creativity and imagination. Ball Pit Balls sold separately (see accessories tab).

Please note: This item will be shipped separately from the rest of your order. Please allow 1-4 weeks for delivery. Please contact us for an estimated ship date. For returns, a 20% restocking fee is applied.

Helps With

Coordination, Sensory Over Responding, Sensory Seeking, Sensory Under Responders

Details

Available in the following sizes:
34"
41"

Weight for 34": 10 lbs.

Weight for 41": 14.5 lbs. 

Side hoops easily attach to high density nylon-covered foam padding with hook and loop fasteners.

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Always select products for your child’s developmental abilities, which can differ from chronological age. Consult with your pediatrician or therapist for guidance.