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Special Needs - Gross Motor Skills Toy Reviews

Gross motor movement is what makes big body movements like running, walking, climbing and jumping. Children with neurological issues, developmental delays, motor planning disorder (also known as dyspraxia, which is essentially trouble conceiving, organizing, and executing certain movements due to a miss-communication with the brain) need extra help to learn these skills. Physical and/or occupational therapy in addition to working with your child at home can help increase their gross motor skills. Below are some toys that can also help.

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  1. Folding Trampoline

    Folding Trampoline

    from Galt

    •  3+

    The Folding Trampoline is a small indoor/outdoor trampoline for kids with easy-grip handle for secure jumping.

    • Fun

    • Repeat Play

    • Assembly & Instructions

  2. Happy's Piper

    Happy's Piper

    from Cepia, LLC

    •  3+

    The Happy's Piper is an interactive, motorized toy dog that kids can control and teach tricks to with the included Happy Treat.

    • Fun

    • Repeat Play

    • Assembly & Instructions

  3. Happy's Thunder

    Happy's Thunder

    from Cepia, LLC

    •  3+

    The Happy's Thunder is an interactive, motorized toy dog that kids can control and teach tricks to with the included Happy Treat.

    • Fun

    • Repeat Play

    • Assembly & Instructions

  4. Happy's Lady

    Happy's Lady

    from Cepia, LLC

    •  3+

    The Happy's Lady is an interactive, motorized toy cat that kids can control and teach tricks with the included Happy Treat.

    • Fun

    • Repeat Play

    • Assembly & Instructions

  5. Yoga Spinner

    Yoga Spinner

    from Upside Down Games

    •  6+

    Introduce kids 6+ to yoga with this easy-to-learn and active game.

    • Fun

    • Repeat Play

    • Assembly & Instructions

  6. Little Tikes TotSports Easy Hit Golf

    Little Tikes TotSports Easy Hit Golf

    from MGA Entertainment

    •  2+

    Introduce young kids 2–6 to golf with this set that is sized right for smaller hands and designed for both left- and right-handed children.

    • Fun

    • Repeat Play

    • Assembly & Instructions

  7. Kinderfeets

    Kinderfeets

    from Kinderfeets

    •  109.00
    •  2+

    The Kinderfeets balance bike helps kids 2+ learn to ride a two-wheeled bicycle.

    • Fun

    • Repeat Play

    • Assembly & Instructions

  8. Little Tikes DiscoverSounds Sports Center
    •  9 mos+

    The DiscoverSounds Sports Center features multiple play zones with songs, lights, and sounds. Little kids can drop the basketball into the hoop, and the interactive backboard will keep track of the…

    • Fun

    • Repeat Play

    • Assembly & Instructions

  9. Fisher-Price Golf n’ Go Ride-On
    •  49.99
    •  1+

    Introduce preschoolers to golf with this golf cart ride-on that folds out into a putting green and comes with two golf balls and a golf club.

    • Fun

    • Repeat Play

    • Assembly & Instructions

  10. Kixi Kix Scooter

    Kixi Kix Scooter

    from Razor

    •  3+

    Kixi is a new line of scooters and ride-ons for on-the-go preschoolers. The Kixi Kix scooter has a stand-alone, three-wheel design for a more stable ride. It has an extra-wide, slip-resistant deck…

    • Fun

    • Repeat Play

    • Assembly & Instructions

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