Gross Motor Skills

Wavy Path - Circle

Wavy Tactile Path

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.

QBalls

QBall Extreme

The Q-Ball Extreme is comprised of two, lightweight, bright yellow tennis ball-sized rubber balls imprinted with black numbers on the Balls’ 10 flattened dimples. The Balls’ flattened dimples provide a mild, erratic bounce to when struck on a surface. As such, the primary purpose of the Q-Ball Extreme is develop a player’s hand-eye coordination and reaction time.

Green and Blue Duraball

Duraball

The Duraball is a lightweight, soft and flexible, translucent and inflatable ball for kids of all ages. Offered in 20 (blue) or 36 inch (green) diameters, the Duraball is soft yet durable enough to be rolled or sat on, kicked, thrown, and bounced on hard or soft surfaces, or even a friend’s head! A handpump is included. Easy to clean and store.

Stepping Stone

Stepping Stones

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.

Up on Top

Up on Top

Weplay Up On Top encourages balance and promotes body awareness as kids stabilize the malleable pieces on top of their heads. There are a total of 3 pieces featuring different facial expressions in blue, green and orange. Kids can practice balancing one piece and add on more pieces as they advance their gross motor skills.