Balloon Juggling

Balloon Juggling

This activity develops hand-eye coordination, gross motor control, and the ability to track moving objects in the air. These skills transfer to sports and activities that involve striking or catching an object in the air (e.g., balls, frisbees, ribbons, sticks, batons).

Animal Friends

Animal Friends

This activity develops coordination and balance as kids try to imitate the movements of different animals.

Ball Hockey for Toddlers

Ball Hockey for Toddlers

This activity develops hand-eye coordination and timing while using a hockey stick (i.e., striking tool). These skills also transfer to striking with a bat or racquet.

Bear Crawl

Bear Crawl

This activity develops coordination, balance, and strength as kids try to imitate the movements of a bear.

Bounce and Catch

Bounce and Catch

This activity develops hand-eye coordination, as well as fine motor control of the hands and fingers.

Bowling Milk Cartons

Bowling Milk Cartons

his activity develops coordination of arms and torso, fine motor control, and the ability to “read” distances. These skills transfer to sports and activities that involve throwing an object accurately over a perceived distance (e.g., balls, frisbees, ribbons, sticks, batons).

Bucket Toss Golf

Bucket Toss Golf

This activity develops coordination of arms and torso, fine motor control, and the ability to “read” distances. These skills transfer to sports and activities that involve throwing an object accurately over a perceived distance (e.g., balls, frisbees, ribbons, sticks, batons).

Cardboard Javelin

Cardboard Javelin

This activity develops coordination of arms and torso, fine motor control, and the ability to “read” distances. These skills transfer to sports and activities that involve throwing an object accurately over a perceived distance (e.g., balls, javelins, frisbees, ribbons, sticks, batons).

Follow the Leader

Follow the Leader

This activity develops leg coordination, dynamic balance, and speed. These skills transfer to sports and activities that involve dynamic balance and speed (e.g., soccer, basketball, hockey, volleyball, racquet sports, martial arts, dance).

Float the pond

Float the pond

This activity develops coordination and balance as kids have to constantly bend and balance on one foot.

Growing Flowers

Growing Flowers

This activity develops coordination and balance as kids try to imagine and imitate the movement of a flower as it grows and blossoms.

Galloping Horse

Galloping Horse

This activity develops dynamic balance, coordination, and rhythm required for activities at older ages such as running, skipping, hopping, and dancing.

Head and Shoulders, Knees and Toes

Head and Shoulders, Knees and Toes

This activity develops coordination of legs, arms and torso, plus dynamic balance. These skills transfer to sports and activities that involve dynamic balance and coordination for lifting and lowering objects (e.g., weightlifting as a sport, and all daily lifting activities in general, plus combative sports such as wrestling and judo).

Hockey Shooting

Hockey Shooting

This activity develops hand-eye coordination and timing while using a hockey stick (i.e., striking tool). These skills also transfer to striking with a bat or racquet.

Hopscotch

Hopscotch

This activity develops dynamic balance, coordination, and rhythm required for activities at older ages such as running, skipping, hopping, and dancing.

Kangaroo Hopping

Kangaroo Hopping

This activity develops dynamic balance, coordination, and rhythm required for activities at older ages such as running, skipping, hopping, and dancing.

Kick Side Foot

Kick Side Foot

This activity develops leg coordination, strength and fine motor control in the lower body. These skills transfer to sports and activities that involve kicking an object (e.g., soccer, football, martial arts).

Mirror Mirror

Mirror Mirror

This activity develops coordination and balance as kids try to imitate the movements of their parent or play partner.

Monkey Bar Challenge

Monkey Bar Challenge

This activity develops coordination of legs, arms and torso, plus dynamic balance and body proprioception. These skills transfer to sports and activities that involve dynamic balance and proprioception (e.g., gymnastics, aerial diving, martial arts, dance, soccer, basketball, hockey, volleyball).

Picking Up Things

Picking Up Things

This activity develops coordination of legs, arms and torso, plus dynamic balance. These skills transfer to sports and activities that involve dynamic balance and coordination for lifting and lowering objects (e.g., weightlifting as a sport, and all daily lifting activities in general, plus combative sports such as wrestling and judo).

River Bank

River Bank

This activity develops dynamic balance, coordination, mental focus, and reaction time required at older ages for a variety of sports and activities.

Rolling Down A Hill

Rolling Down A Hill

This activity develops body proprioception and balance as kids roll because they learn how to differentiate up from down even when it keeps changing.

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