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  • 2012 / 09 / 21
  • The challenges of Seesaw series

Balance Control usually influences their position and stability, especially for children's bone structure development. If children are able to control their body balance well, they will be more active and intelligent of running, jumping, walking and etc. In addition, they will have better ability of balance and concentration compared with others.

Seesaw is the basic equipment to train the body balance ability. Weplay designs a seesaw family series, “Lightening Pattern Seesaw” and “Monkey Face Pattern Seesaw” to meet thedemand of children's development. Players need to run the ball along the track while keeping balance. "Rocking Seesaw" is the higher level to train the balance ability, and also enhance the left-right movement skill ability. Let's play together and have fun with your children!

* Promote body’s vestibule balance ability and movement stability.
* Enhance children’s control ability of hands, legs, and concentration.
* Facilitate the body movement co-ordination and balance.
* Promote the left-right co-ordination of brain and learning ability.


Resource: "Thunder Seesaw" or "Monkey Face Pattern Seesaw"
Way to play:
Place a seesaw on the table, and let a child to play the seesaw to roll the ball along the track. After children are getting familiar with the game, try to put a seesaw on the floor and let children sit on the chair to play with the seesaw by feet.
Function:
- Promote children's balance control ability of hands and legs.
- Enhance learning concentrate.

 

Way to play:
Parents help a child stand on a seesaw. Make sure the child to step on the lower side of the seesaw first. After the child stands on the seesaw, let the child keep the seesaw one side up. Parents can hold the child to stay the stand position for 2 up to 5 seconds, then change to the other side up and repeat the same activity. If the child is familiar with the game, he/she might try to do by himself/ herself.
Function:
- Promote children's balance and the body stability ability.
Observation Reminder:
- We recommend children to try "Thunder Seesaw" or "Monkey Face Pattern Seesaw" before "Racking Seesaw".

 

Way to play:
Parents help a child stand on a seesaw, and let the child sway his/her body. When the child can sway smoothly, let's try to hold the body weight in the middle and make both sides of the seesaw balance. The child might not be familiar with the equipment in the beginning, so parents can hold his/her hands. Parents help the child move left and right to change his/her body's balance. When the child is getting used to it, parents can let the child do it by himself/herself gradually.
Function:
- Train children's balance ability.
- Enhance brain's left-right co-ordination.
Observation Reminder:
- We recommend children to try "Thunder Seesaw" or "Monkey Face Pattern Seesaw" before "Racking Seesaw".

 


Way to play:
Parents help a child to stand on a seesaw with one foot in front and then the other in back. Let the child try to shift his/her weight from front to back and repeat. When the child is getting used to it, the child can try to keep the body's weight in the middle and both sides of the seesaw are balanced. the child might not be familiar with the equipment in the beginning, so parents can hold his/her hands to help him/her move front and back. When the child is familiar with it, parents can let the child do it by himself/herself gradually.
Function:
- Promote body's vestibule balance ability.
- Facilitate children's balance.
- Enhance the body movement control.
Observation Reminder:
- We recommend children to try "Thunder Seesaw" or "Monkey Face Pattern Seesaw" before "Racking Seesaw".

 
 


 
Resource:
"Thunder Seesaw" or "Monkey Face Pattern Seesaw"
Way to play:
A child needs to run the ball along the track while swaying and keeping balance. The child might not be familiar with the equipment in the beginning, so parents can hold his/her hands to help him/her. When the child get used to it, the child can try to complete the route in a limited time, or change to a slippery ball to speed up rolling.
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