Movement Fun

Large motor skills concern the development of larger muscle movements that are responsible for running, jumping, and throwing. In infancy, crawling, lifting one's head, rolling over, and sitting up are examples of gross motor development.

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  • Aku-Ring

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    The soft, rubbery textured Aku-Ring provides organising, resistive, yet "elastic" input. It is useful as a teething ring for babies or as a fidget toy for the older child.

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    ZAR85.00

  • Beanbags 4 Pack

    A set of four Beanbags for use in a variety of gross-motor activities.

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    ZAR95.00

  • Chunky Chalk

    Chunky Chalk makes great pavement chalk. Use this chalk for resisted drawing on a large chalkboard for encouraging hand and finger muscle strength.

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    ZAR30.00

  • Classic Balls

    Classic balls are used for strengthening and maintenance motor activities within the Pilates method, and for functional and athletic training. This product belongs to the Medical Device Class I.

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    Starting at: ZAR255.00

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  • Classic Plus Ball 75 cm

    This size ball works well as a "Swiss Ball" for adults, and is the correct size for most adults to sit on.

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    ZAR430.00

  • Fantyball

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    A lovely, soft ball that babies, toddlers, and young children feel more comfortable to play with as it is non-threatening to catch, unlike balls of a harder texture, which are also heavier. Also a great all-purpose ball for children and adults.

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    Starting at: ZAR115.00

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  • Fidget Squeeze

    Sensory Stuff's Fidget Squeeze provides a wonderful velvety-soft textured, squeezable, sensory tool for use in the classroom when the child needs to sit and focus his or her attention and to listen. A great fidget toy for ring time for younger children too!

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    ZAR40.00

  • Flip and Catch

    Flip and Catch is a great, simply designed, locally-made toy that can be used to develop hand-eye-foot coordination.  Place the beanbag onto the one end of the plank, and send it flying into the air, ready to be caught, by stamping firmly with your foot on the other end of the plank.

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    ZAR185.00

  • Freeball Mini

    A very small, soft rubber ball perfect for use as a tiny stress ball.

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    ZAR15.00

  • Frisbee

    A simple toy for interactive outdoor play!

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    ZAR20.00

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