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Toss and Cross Fun!
Toss and catch a rainbow of colorful scarves, teaching kids to cross the midline (an imaginary line vertically down the center of the body). Crossing midline is a crucial developmental milestone for reading, writing, motor activities and self-care. Kids can toss with the right hand and catch with the left, toss with the left hand and catch with the right. Use with adult supervision.
- Teaches hand-eye coordination and supports cognitive development
- Encourages sequencing, sensory integration and motor planning
- Made by Fun and Function
- All ages
Ideas for Use
Play with one scarf or an entire set. Toss one, two or three at a time. Use them during breaks, recess or as an icebreaker. Perfect for home, school and therapy sessions in the classroom, gym or clinic.
- Set of 12 scarves
- 12”L x 12”W
- Hand wash. Air dry.
- Colors: Yellow, orange, red, pink, blue and green (2 of each)
So Colorful!What a great way to engage kids with an activity to learn crossing midline! It's great for hand eye coordination, and it's quite calming for most of my kids. They love watching their beautiful scarf floating down towards them.Read MoreSo versatile!When we got these, I was ready to work on some hand eye coordination work but my girls wanted to play all kinds of other things first! They tied them together, wore them and played hide and seek with them. THEN I showed them how to toss and catch and the games just kept coming. They are beautiful and lightweight and we are totally in love with these. They don't mind working on some coordination skills with these scarves!Read MoreCute!These scarves just fit right into my purse so I take them where ever we go. When we're waiting somewhere I pull them out and we play catch (no noise) or toss and clap. Since they move slowly through the air, my son can easily catch them.Read More