The Fisher-Price Bubble Mower is great for developing gross motor skills. Kids will push, pull and twist the life-like controls while the all-terrain tires roll steady for tougher traction on grass and other surfaces.
Gifts and toys to develop gross motor skills.
The Rainy Day Playground Indoor Trapeze Bar helps build muscle and gross motor skills indoors. This trapeze bar will provide stimulating and energetic play for many age groups.
Best Uses: Features different textures and patterns on each stone. Improves color and concentration skills.
Best Uses: Great for improving coordination and balance as each side of the stones vary in steepness and difficulty.
Great for developing motor skills, getting active and learning social sharing when used with others. Be creative and imaginative in free play. Buy Now or Read More >>
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Best Uses: With a weight limit of 180lbs, swinging can be calming for almost all ages and abilities.
Children 5 and up will enjoy hopping around on this super-strong, latex-free vinyl bouncing ball that helps with body coordination, balance and lymph circulation. Works indoors and outdoors. (This is a SpecialNeedsGifts.com Top Gifts for Autistic Children 2013 Best Pick.) $29.95 Buy Now or Read More >>
Best Uses: Jumping can be creative and exhausting for the overly energetic. Develop gross motor skills and social skills with the ability to jump with friends and family.