Assisting your child's motor development from a young age is essential to their growth. Children need to develop gross motor skills for movement and spacial awareness. Our resources will help your child with gross motor skills like walking, running, walking up stairs, riding a bike, and more. Like fine motor skills, children learn gross motor skills from infancy. Babies begin by controlling their head movement, then their torso, and finally they will learn to crawl, walk, and run. Gross motor skills involve movement of the entire body and muscular development.
Balancing Plastic Hemispheres
New and improved quality with anti-slip rubber profile. Plastic hemispheres challenge anybody's balancing skills. You can try to walk on the hemispheres with either side - the flat or the round side -... Read More
Language Builder Blocks comes with 120 cards and & 40 Wooden blocks and a free app component!
Sectional Foam Balance Beam
The Sectional Beam offers a portable and affordable option that will support children in developing their coordination and confidence! Our lightweight beam is 4’ long and 4” off the ground,... Read More
Magnetic Sentence Builder
This a great tool to develop early sentence-building skills. It also expands vocabulary, creative writing, reading, and spelling skills. The ¾" tall word and punctuation vinyl magnets are color-coded... Read More
Bible Animals & Activities
This package of Bible-focused materials is a bundle of fun! Use colors, numbers, shapes, and animals to learn more about our world, Noah's floating zoo, and animals that appear in Scripture. ... Read More
Movement activities for 1-3 year olds. Toddlers are natural movers and shakers! Introduce young children to these structured exercises created just for them, and set in motion the beginning of a... Read More