Infinite Loop is a one player game that challenges his / her reaction time while developing dexterity and reflexes. The Infinite Loop is composed of one blue and one yellow plastic track unified as one, and stacked on top of one another. The lower track has smooth ergonomic grips for each hand to hold and for a player to open and close the top track in which a pale orange plastic ball rolls end to end; the trick is close the track before the ball gets to the open end and then repeat! Two balls are provided for different resistance levels (dimpled and smooth).
General Active Toys
The Weplay Rocking Seesaw is a balancing board for players ages three and up. The Seesaw is made of red plastic, and is wide and sturdy enough to for children through adults to take advantage of a toy that improves balance, coordination and body awareness. It has two rubberized anti-slip squares on which the player places his / her feet on the top of the board, as well as rubberized strips on the bottom for additional safety. The Seesaw’s narrow fulcrum ensures that the player will be challenged at any age!
The Weplay Squeezer is a set of three hand-squeezable silicon rings that develop tactile awareness and provide tactile input and stimulation. Each 2.5” ring is a different bright color with differing levels of resistance to progressively improve grip strength. Additionally, the rings have small, low-profile, soft, rounded nubs on them to provide additional sensory input and improve circulation.
The Weplay Twister is a set of three squeezable and twistable silicon rings with that develop tactile awareness and provide tactile input and stimulation. Each 6” ring is a different bright colors with differing levels of resistance to progressively improve hand and wrist strength. Additionally, the rings have small, low-profile, soft, silicone bristles on them to provide additional sensory input as they are twisted or when used to brush other parts of the body.
Designed to bolster balance and coordination, the Pedal Walker is a stand-up 4-wheeled elliptical cycle, complete with oversized pedals for feet of all sizes, as well as optional upright handrails. As with a typical bicycle, the Walker “cyclist” depresses each of the pedals in turn to move the Walker forward on its wheels. Foam grips on each of the fixed-height handrails provide the “cyclist” with a comfortable place for resting hands for balance and support as he / she would use bicycle handlebars.
The Team Walker is a physical team building activity that can be played with one to four or more Walkers. Each Team Walker wears a pair of “skis” (plastic planks with a foot strap) that include an attached looped rope for each hand to hold and assist in lifting the foot. The “skis” interlock as would train cars, and the Walkers work together to step or ski in unison. Walkers can practice walking independently before joining with other players.