WePlay Forest Party is comprised of five, brightly colored, vinyl-covered high density foam hills (four “ladybugs” and one “caterpillar”). Forest Party is designed to assist children to develop gross motor skills, balance and coordination. The hills can be used on either the curve side to crawl or walk over, or the flat side on which players can rock and balance. Forest Party is a product that is suitable for individual or group active play, for ages six months and up. Total weight of all five pieces is approximately 86 pounds.
Balance & Coordination
WePlay Wavy Tactile Path is comprised of eight separate brightly colored path blocks reminiscent of gentle rolling hills. The ends of the path pieces dovetail to join easily with one another with a hook and slot mechanism. Each path block is topped with varying sized circles or bars that protrude slightly from the base for traction and sensory input. Path blocks are sturdy enough to support the weight of supervising adults, and can be arranged in multiple configurations for variety and challenge.
The Weplay Rocking Seesaw is a balancing board for players ages three and up. The Seesaw is made of red plastic, and is wide and sturdy enough to for children through adults to take advantage of a toy that improves balance, coordination and body awareness. It has two rubberized anti-slip squares on which the player places his / her feet on the top of the board, as well as rubberized strips on the bottom for additional safety. The Seesaw’s narrow fulcrum ensures that the player will be challenged at any age!
Designed to bolster balance and coordination, the Pedal Walker is a stand-up 4-wheeled elliptical cycle, complete with oversized pedals for feet of all sizes, as well as optional upright handrails. As with a typical bicycle, the Walker “cyclist” depresses each of the pedals in turn to move the Walker forward on its wheels. Foam grips on each of the fixed-height handrails provide the “cyclist” with a comfortable place for resting hands for balance and support as he / she would use bicycle handlebars.
The Team Walker is a physical team building activity that can be played with one to four or more Walkers. Each Team Walker wears a pair of “skis” (plastic planks with a foot strap) that include an attached looped rope for each hand to hold and assist in lifting the foot. The “skis” interlock as would train cars, and the Walkers work together to step or ski in unison. Walkers can practice walking independently before joining with other players.
The Swurfer is a new type of swing by combining a traditional tree swing with a curved skateboard-like bottom. Kids can achieve the combined sensation of flying through the air with the “extreme” feel of board sports. For ease of use, the Swurfer is curved to allow better balance as kids swing, and it has two adjustable handles for stability to fit swinging riders of all size. To get started, all you need to do is hang the Swurfer from a tree, or you can also install it on a porch, swingset, or under a deck using eye-bolts.
Poi is an ancient art of swinging tethered objects in geometric patterns, and Spin-ballS brings this ancient art into the home with a safe and modern twist for kids of all ages. Instead of weights or objects on fire, this poi kit has LED lights contained within soft balls at the end of adjustable strings. Poi literally means, “ball on a string”. Spin-ballS provide children with a fun art form mixed with an exercise to express oneself, get a work out and entertain others with the beautifully colorful patterns possible.
The Jump-N-Count Interactive Mini Bouncer Trampoline 36” is a square trampoline fit for indoor use, with a padded handle for added comfort as children jump. The spring free design uses stretch bands to avoid pinching kids’ fingers and toes, and the stretch bands are covered for additional safety. When turned on, this Jump-N-Count Mini Bouncer Trampoline will count along with the jumps up to 10, congratulate the child, and start again! For every set of 10 jumps completed, a light will illuminate, allowing the child to keep track of how many jumps were completed.
The three set pairs of Stepping Stones mimic walking on stilts and encourage children to practice their gross motor skills. The plastic stones are flat on one side and rounded on the other with anti-slip pads and rope to grasp hold of to provide children with two challenge levels. Beginners can use the flat side for more stability when learning how to “stilt walk” and the rounded side can be used to challenge kids that have mastered the stilt walking with the Stepping Stones as the surface rocks below their feet.
Sensory Shapes Ball is made of durable foam with 6 two-sided puzzle-like inserts. These pieces fit flat into the ball creating a smooth, round surface. Each insert contains different numbers, letters, and textured designs for kids to explore. Grooves cover the surface of the ball creating a variety of areas for hands to grasp as kids play.