Gross Motor

gross motor
The large muscles of the body – those in our core, arms, and legs – control our mobility. A child’s ability to sit and stand; to crawl, walk, and eventually run: to swim; and to move objects from one place to another, all depend on gross motor development. Physical activity is key. Play provides countless opportunities for children to engage their muscles and build strength and endurance.

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  • Easy-to-grasp ball promotes finger exploration

    4″ Oball

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  • Rainstick inside oball provides auditory input

    6″ Oball with Rainstick

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  • Large clear ball with 12 bright balls inside

    Activity Ball

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  • Differently textured balls develop tactile discrimination

    Ballyhoo

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  • concertina for young children

    Concertina

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  • Easy-to-grip soft bumpy ball

    Easy Grip Ball

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  • Easy-to-grip soft bumpy balls

    Easy Grip Ball 6-pack

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  • Compact pounding bench develops eye-hand coordination

    Endless Pounder

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  • Swinging light-up balls making colorful light traces

    Going Swing

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  • Easy-to-grasp Gym Rings for active play

    Gym Rings 4-pack

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  • 18" diameter lightweight multi-sensory ball

    Jacob’s Rib-It-Ball-18″

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  • Kid-sized free weight with prerecorded exercises

    Jammin’ Gym

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  • Sleigh bells ring in response to movement

    Jingle Band

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  • Sleigh bells ring in response to movement

    Jingle Band 6-pack

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  • Large transparent ball with jingle bells inside

    Jinglin’ Ball

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  • Toddler setting up cloth bowling pins

    Jungle Pals Skittles

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