Physical

Physical development relates to fine motor (small muscles) and gross motor (large muscles) skills. Physical skills provide children with the ability to explore and interact with the world around them.
See Me Play Tunnel

See Me Play Tunnel

Nylon six-foot play tunnel has two mesh windows and can be used independently or attached to another Pacific Play Tents tunnel or play tent.

Safety Trampoline

Safety Trampoline

Small, square trampoline with an attached safety bar for added stability. The trampoline has bungee cord action covered with a padded surface to prevent children’s feet from slipping between the cords. 

 

What's Inside? Toy Box

What's Inside? Toy Box

Textured cloth toy box cube with an “X” slit on one side that contains eight soft sculpted objects for simple in-out play and exploration.

YBIKE

YBike

Injection-molded balance bike assists children in learning how to balance to prepare them to ride traditional two-wheeled bicycles. It features two side-by-side back wheels for added stability and elongated body for extra turning assistance.

Am-9S AmTryke

Am-9S AmTryke®

This therapeutic tricycle enables children to pedal with their hands and feet simultaneously.  The pedals have footrest plates with ankle and toe hook and loop straps to hold a child’s feet securely in place.  It has a detachable parent assist handle.  Steering can be done by the child or locked for parent-control steering.  The trike has a bucket seat with three-point adjustable seatbelt.  Maximum weight 150lbs.  Additional adaptation equipment for this trike is available from the manufacturer.

Mozart Magic Cube

Mozart Magic® Cube

This Mozart Magic® Cube is a symphony of sound in a one-piece unit.  Each side of this electronic music cube has one large button.  When pressed, the instrument pictured on that side plays a classical Mozart melody and a light flashes to the beat.  Add different instruments to the composition by pressing buttons on the different sides of the cube.  The five instruments (flute, violin, piano, harp and French horn) can be turned on and off by pressing the corresponding button.   An orchestra button will play all the instruments when pressed.  

Exer-Rider

Exer-Rider®

Adapted from the classic flying turtle, the Exer-Rider® was designed by a pediatric physical therapist for those with special needs. Moving handles back and forth propels the rider. This inviting Exer-Rider® works well with children who have upper body strength and mobility but who also have lower extremity weakness and/or paralysis such as cerebral palsy, spina bifida and muscular dystrophy. The Exer-Rider® brings the benefits of physical activity to children with physical disabilities. 

30th Anniversary Cozy Coupe

30th Anniversary Cozy Coupe®

The 30th Anniversary Cozy Coupe is the beloved classic outdoor play car with some welcome updates. The floorboard and the parent guidance handle increase the possibilities for younger children and children with gross motor delays or physical disabilities. The safety latch secures the door to prevent a child from falling out. The classic pretend play features are still widely enjoyed, such as the steering wheel with a push button horn, gas cap, and door. The Cozy Coupe sports a pair of adorable “eyes” and vibrant colors that make it visually appealing.

Little Tikes® 3-in-1 Trike

Little Tikes® 3-in-1 Trike

The 3-in-1 Smart Trike has three levels of assistance for the developing child.  A height-adjustable adult-assist handle, three point harness seatbelt, safety bar and fold-out foot rests help the beginner enjoy a ride pushed by a caregiver.  When the child is ready for independent riding, the adult handle and safety bar can be removed and the foot rests folded out of the way. A canopy protects a child from the sun’s rays.  

Backyard Barbeque™ Get Out 'n' Grill

Backyard Barbeque™ Get Out 'n' Grill

The Backyard Barbeque Get Out ‘n Grill set comes with an upright grill, grilling utensils and pretend foods.   Imagination and creativity are used as children pretend to have a cookout and fix a hamburger and hotdog for their friends.  Children practice fine motor skills as they turn the grill knobs, open and close the grill lid and cabinet, use tongs to place the hotdog in the bun and use the spatula to flip hamburgers.

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