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  • Writer's pictureKelsey Walk

Gift Guide: 24-36 Months

Updated: Nov 30, 2023

  • Helps teach the jumping/bouncing motion

  • Sensory regulation

  • Leg, core & trunk strengthening

  • Gets the wiggles out!

  • Single leg balance

  • Jumping practice

  • Climb up/down stairs & slide

  • Ball skills

  • Slide- great for core strengthening & vestibular input

  • Learn colors

  • Fine motor skills

  • Stick them on windows, fridge, bathtub, etc.

  • Fine motor skills

  • Learn colors

  • Facilitates fine motor, play & auditory skills

  • Learn colors & fruit/veggie types

  • Great to use during an obstacle course- fruits & veggies on one side of the room, basket on the other

  • Learn colors

  • Fine motor skills

  • Facilitates pretend play

  • Strengthens legs via squatting, calf raises & side stepping

  • Facilitates pretend play

  • Strengthens legs via squatting, calf raises & side stepping

  • Fine motor skills

  • Fine motor skills

  • Auditory skills

  • Visual orientation

  • Ball skills

  • Reciprocal play

  • Hand/eye coordination

  • Balance

  • Coordination

  • Environmental navigation

  • cause & effect

  • great for promoting gross motor skills- jump, run, skip, or animal walk to the dino!

  • promotes balance & coordination- walk on balance beam forward, backward & sideways; jump over balance beam forward backward & sideways

  • promotes single leg balance- use balance beam as an obstacle to step over

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