Set of 6 sturdy plastic stencils measuring 130 x 160 mm including apple, cherry, pear, pineapple, strawberry and banana.
Tracing, or in this case drawing around a stencil, is a simple way for kids to develop their visual motor skills, while also giving them the joy of seeing a picture that they have created long before they will developmentally have the skills to draw it free hand themselves. The additional skill of learning to stabilize the stencil with the supporting hand while tracing around the shape with the dominant hand, which is a necessary bilateral coordination skill later needed for handwriting, is a bonus.
Set of 6 sturdy plastic stencils measuring 130 x 160 mm including spider, ant, bee, grasshopper, beetle and dragonfly.
Tracing, or in this case drawing around a stencil, is a simple way for kids to develop their visual motor skills, while also giving them the joy of seeing a picture that they have created long before they will developmentally have the skills to draw it free hand. The additional skill of learning to stabilize the stencil with the supporting hand while tracing around the shape with the dominant hand, which is a necessary bilateral coordination skill later needed for handwriting, is a bonus.
Peel, stick, and follow the numbers to add colour and sparkle to your monkey!
A lovely art activity to develop bilateral coordination and fine motor skills (pincer grasp and thumb stability) and following the pattern helps to develop visual motor and visual perceptual skills.
Includes 1 sheet plus sticky foam and jewel pieces.
Create your own Quercetti marble runs with this exciting construction set. Reproduce the models pictured on the box or enjoy experimenting with your own designs. Quercetti Super Marble Run has interlocking chutes, straight or curved rails, bridges, columns and spinning-wheels that can be combined in infinite variations for long-lasting fun.
Use visual spatial and planning/sequencing skills to build up the marble run and then use visual tracking skills to follow the marbles down the run. As marbles are small pieces combine this fun activity with translation in and out of the palm to develop the small (intrinsic) muscles of the hand or combine them with zoo or fish sticks to put the marbles in, providing development of index/thumb web space development.
Manufacturer recommends ages 4 plus
A Parents Choice Award winner, the Super Sports Disk is designed for active play and endless fun for all ages. Lightweight with a soft ball, it can be adapted to any game. Play solo or with a friend, throw and catch like a flying disk, adapts team sports like volleyball and tennis and awesome fun with water balloons.
Having a board such as this that requires the child to hold it away from their board in order to succeed helps to develop shoulder stability while having to grade the amount of muscle pressure used helps to develop the motor planning and proprioceptive processing necessary for visual motor tasks such as ball sports.
Includes 2 x 30cm diameter disks and 1 ball.
Manufacturer recommends unsuitable for children under 3 years due to small parts.
Deep in the forest is an ever-changing world of paths and streams...
In Landlock, strategy rules! Take turns placing tiles next to one another, until lo and behold, you've created a magic place where critters skitter and gnomes roam. Make a continuous path or stream around Landlock and you score big points. Discover a dragon or match up gnomes for extra credit. But watch out... your opponent will try to stop you in your tracks.
The player with the highest score rules the land.
Manufacturer recommends for ages 8 and up
Group throw and catch net (ball not included). Great cooperative activity to develop team building or to use as a part of a social skills group.
Square mesh with bound edges and four handles. Can be used with our chime balls, puffer overball, koosh balls, easy catch ball and a variety of fiddle toys like giggly ball, flame ball etc. The net and ball combination encourages visual motor development, visual engagement with others and can be used for a language activity.
Suitable for 2-4 players.
Size: 120cm x 120cm.
Wind up the first top and release it to spin then wind up the others and one by one place them on top of each other to make the tower.
Having to control movements of the hand away from the support of the body, which is required to be successful in this activity helps to develop stability at the shoulder, forearm and wrist. In addition the wind up and release actions help in the development of bilateral coordination (as each hand needs to perform a different action) and hand skills (thumb/index web space stability).
Shake your puzzle box, turn over a pattern card, and go! Tricky Fingers is a favourite toy of many professionals because of its compact nature, its simplicity, and the breath of skills it can help improve. Children take a pattern card, then use their fingertips in holes in the bottom of the tray to maneuver the 16 enclosed, colourful marbles to match the image on the pattern card. Playing with Tricky Fingers will help develop fine, bilateral, and perceptual motor skills. It will also help children improve their problem solving abilities, eye-hand coordination, and task persistence. Tricky Fingers included 2 self-contained (so the marbles won't roll away) hand held compartments with 16 colorful marbles in each, and 14 full-colour pattern cards. (Marbles are not able to be removed). Manufacturer recommends Ages 7 years and up.
Your need 2 hands to fidget with a twidget
There are three Twidget 2 Bulb Trackers each filled with different colored balls (one blue, one green and one purple) and different amounts of fill (90%, 60% and 30%) as well as one highly visible yellow ball to track from side to side.
Made from tough vinyl and is super durable. Each Twidget 2-Bulb Tracker also features a loop for attaching your own key chain. Dimensions: 5" (13cm) long.
WARNING: CHOKING HAZARD. Not suitable for children under 3 years due to small parts.