Gross Motor Skills

Gross Motor Skills

There’s nothing “icky” about gross motor skills. These are the actions related to larger muscles, like our arms and legs.  When we walk, run and jump, we’re using gross motor skills for balance and coordination.



A best seller at Gingerbread House, this item combines safety, fun, and action to provide hours of activity and educational value.  We think your family will love it so much that it will be your “go to” gift for your child’s friends when the next birthday party comes around.


The OBall Roller’s tactile uniqueness and bright colors provides a consistent focus on joyful, intuitive and active play.  The ball on the Oball Roller can be popped off and rolled to children. The smooth, flexible plastic makes it soft, captivating, and easy for little hands to grasp.  As a child grows, the toys is perfect for pushing or pulling while walking or running.


As a gross motor toy, OgoSport products encourage play and exercise, open-ended experimentation, and friendly competiveness. The OgoDisk has a trampoline effect, and because of the soft light-weight ball, a child as young as 2 or 3 can simply bounce it by himself.Because of its versatility, OgoDisk also has great benefits for therapy and children with special needs.


Parents remember how much fun they had with this classic active toy, and today, it is still being enjoyed by children (and adults) of all ages.  This a great example of a toy that is so much fun, a child will not realize he or she is perfecting balance and burning calories.


It has many names---skipping, rope skipping, jumping rope or rope jumping---but one thing is for sure: it is the best activity to help fight health problems while improving strength, fitness, and balance.  This is a necessity for every child’s toy box.  

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