1 orange bumpy textured physio roll
Good for balancing and helps with hand eye coordination.
Encourages gross motor skills, balance, coordination, creativity and imaginative play. Not too big for younger children
Designed as a challenge to reach the top by climbing up the broad steps while younger ones can crawl up. Experiment by jumping down. The mountain is also ideal for use as seating.
An obstacle course which an be used both indoors and outdoors. It will help build coordination and confidence, as well as assist with physical and imaginative play.
Both sides of the stepping stones can be used for balance training as well as tactile perception play. Remove the ropes and they become reversible stepping stones held in place, flat or rocker side down, by textured rubber tracks.
Containing large floor discs and smaller handheld matching discs, this material challenges childrens’ sense of touch on both hands and feet. At the same time, it develops the ability to describe sense impressions verbally. Games can be adjusted to fit any child’s
Great for those who might have a slight fear of dark places. Children can feel less confined than in a solid wall structure where they can’t see what is happening outside.
These floor tiles will create a fun and exciting environment as children see cause and effect of the internal liquids moving. They are excellent for creating sensory play spaces, quiet reading areas and for encouraging exploratory play. Children are encouraged to
A versatile toy shaped like a turtle shell, with numerous uses. Sit and rock/spin in it, fill it with sand, use it in water play, upturn and stand on it. Good for balancing skills.