Gross Motor Activities & Toys

Gross Motor Activities & Toys

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  1. Therapist Kit
    CF6231 Therapist Kit
    $259.99
  2. Busy Fingers ™ Marble Maze Kit
    CF5932 Busy Fingers ™ Marble Maze Kit
    $14.99
  3. Denim Marble Maze
    CF6536 Denim Marble Maze
    $13.99
  4. Tray for Sand and Putty
    CF6692 Tray for Sand and Putty
    $9.99
  5. Emotions Putty Sparkle
    CF6824 Emotions Putty Sparkle
    $13.99
  6. Tyke Tower Climbing Wall
    MW5892P Tyke Tower Climbing Wall
    From $5,899.00
  7. Adaptive Climbing Wall
    MW5889P Adaptive Climbing Wall
    From $1,439.99
  8. Musical Touch Wall
    CF6216 Musical Touch Wall
    $3,999.99
  9. Gel Tile Spinner Frame
    CF6856P Gel Tile Spinner Frame
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  10. Floor Mats (Hook-and-Loop on 4 sides)
    MW6787P Floor Mats (Hook-and-Loop on 4 sides)
    From $329.99
  11. Bubble Wall
    CF6543 Bubble Wall
    Compare at $1,999.99 Regular Price $2,499.99
  12. Cordless Mat Locking System
    MW6735P Cordless Mat Locking System
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  13. Action Room - Standard
    KT6189 Action Room - Standard
    $12,250.00
  14. Discovery Putty at the Farm
    CF7087 Discovery Putty at the Farm
    $15.99
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Gross Motor Activities & Toys

Strengthening gross motor skills helps kids with balance, coordination and body awareness. Improving fine motor skills helps kids complete activities of daily living and school-related tasks. Scooters, tunnels and ball pits are fun tools that kids with sensory processing disorder or autism love using during playtime at home or at school to support motor planning activities and sensory integration. Kids with low tone enjoy scrambling up climbing walls and bouncing on trampolines during therapy sessions in school or at the clinic. Challenge kids' balance reactions using rocker boards, balance beams and climbing ladders. Kids with postural weakness can build core strength while completing seatwork or homework by using seating solutions such as ball chairs or cushions. Kids with ADHD and fine motor weaknesses fidget away using our colorful fidgets throughout the school day, keeping their fingers busy while strengthening fine motor skills too. Putties and slimes are a therapist favorite for hand strengthening and sensory integration, and kids love stashing them in a backpack as a convenient tool to use during transitions, while waiting in a doctor's office or traveling. Teachers and occupational therapists can provide pencil weights, handwriting gloves and special scissors to help kids with weak fine motor skills complete schoolwork more successfully.

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