This gift guide is perfect for kids who are active and on the move! All of these gift ideas are therapist approved and guaranteed to put a smile on your little one’s face!
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1 || Pop Fly Game: Kids can test their throwing and catching skills by throwing bean bags at the game base to launch balls that you catch. A great game for hand eye coordination!
2 || Capture the Flag: Let your kids loose in the yard after dark to play Capture the Flag using this LED lighting kit. This game of futuristic fun will encourage running, hiding and cooperative play to win!
3 || Outdoor Classic Games: The all-in-one kit from MindWare introduces kids to time-tested backyard games including Kick the Can, Beanbag Toss, Capture the Flag, Three-Legged Race and much more.
4 || Hypertoss: This electronic ball game will put kids’ skills to the test with fast, fun, interactive play that really gets them moving. Kids will love trying to beat their scores by catching the soft ball in one of the colored cups. 4 different game variations will keep them moving and busy for hours!
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6 || Kendama USA: A classic game with a beautiful new look! Kids can improve reflexes, hand eye coordination and balance all by playing Kendama!
7 || SkyCurve Platform Swing: Swings are awesome for vestibular input and this curved platform swing supports up to four kids that can sit, stand or lie on it.
8 || EZ fold Wagon: I am not sure where this wagon was when I had little ones! A full size wagon for 2 riders, collapses easily to fold with one hand!
9 || Kidoozie Foam Unicorn Pogo Jumper: I can already hear the giggles!! The Foam Pogo Jumper is fun for all ages and supports up to 250 pounds, Auditory feedback provides a symphony of sound as they bounce around the world!
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