Balance Tools

As little ones grow and explore the world around them, cultivating a strong sense of balance helps them develop coordination, stability, and confidence in movement.

A well-developed sense of balance allows children to navigate their indoor and outdoor environment with ease, whether they're running, jumping, climbing, or engaging in various physical activities. When children feel confident in their ability to maintain balance and control their movements, they experience a sense of accomplishment and self-assurance. 

This positive reinforcement can nurture resilience, self-esteem, and a willingness to take on new challenges. Working on balance also supports self-regulation, helping children manage their emotions more effectively.

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Balance and Coordination Skills

Developing a solid sense of balance is closely intertwined with improving coordination skills in children. Our carefully curated collection of balance tools promotes balance and coordination by challenging children to maintain equilibrium while engaging in various movements and activities.

Working on balance also contributes to the development of other essential skills. It improves proprioception, which is the awareness of one's body position and movement in space. 

Gross Motor Skills

Improving balance also contributes to developing gross motor skills, which involve coordinating large muscle groups for physical activities. As children improve their balance, they gain confidence in their ability to control their bodies, enabling them to explore and master more complex physical movements.

Core Strength

A strong core is essential for maintaining balance and stability. By incorporating balance equipment into a child’s daily life, like using balance cushions at school or therapy balls during wind-down time, children can engage their core muscles, improving their overall strength and posture. This core strength enhances their balance abilities and supports proper spinal alignment.

Sensory Balance

Balance tools offer a range of sensory experiences that challenge and stimulate a child's vestibular system, which maintains balance and spatial orientation. For example, the rocking sensation of a wooden balance board can provide a gentle vestibular input, whereas the textured surface of a balance cushion gives them a more unstable surface, encouraging children to adjust and adapt their movements constantly.


Using balance tools also helps children self-regulate. Through the physical activity involved in balancing, they can learn to manage their energy levels, which will help them learn to self-soothe. Balance tools provide sensory input that can help children feel more centred and grounded, supporting their well-being.