Opposite Balls-Red

Rs. 1,299.00

Supreme Handicrafts/ Bharat Arts & Crafts

Montessori, STEM

48 In Stock

Introducing Opposite red Balls - a fun and innovative way to help your child develop their coordination and gross motor skills! These two balls may look the same, but one is heavier than the other, making it a challenge for your child to figure out which one is which. The contrasting weights offer a unique sensory experience and encourage your child to improve their hand-eye coordination and grip strength.

Product Specification

Material Type:‚  Wood

Recommended age: 1 year +

Net Quantity: 1

Packaging Dimension(l*b*h; dia) :12*11 cm ; 5cm

Item weight: 42g

Model number : PYN_OBR


Country of Origin: India

Manufacturer: Supreme Handicrafts/ Bharat Arts & Crafts

How to play?

1. Start by introducing the two opposite red Balls to your child.
2. Encourage your child to pick up and hold each ball in their hands to feel the difference in weight.
3. Once your child has identified the heavier ball, show them how to throw it and catch it, encouraging them to use both hands to catch the ball.
4. Encourage your child to experiment with throwing and catching both balls, challenging them to catch the heavier ball with one hand, and throwing the lighter ball higher into the air.
5. For added fun, create a game where your child needs to catch one ball with their left hand and the other ball with their right hand.‚  

What will my child learn?

  • Playing with the Balls will improve their hand-eye coordination as they try to catch and throw the balls.
  • By using their arms and legs to move and catch the balls, they will improve their gross motor skills.
  • Playing with these balls requires concentration and focus, which will help kids develop these skills over time.
  • Understanding the weight difference between the two balls will help kids develop their cognitive skills as they learn about cause and effect.
  • The Balls can be used to teach kids about weight and measurements, helping them understand concepts such as heavier and lighter.
  • When kids don't catch the ball, they will learn persistence and resilience as they keep trying until they succeed.
  • They will improve their spatial awareness and sense of distance as they throw and catch the Balls.

Material and care

  • Material-A Soft, light wood with a nontoxic paint.
  • Care-A Wipe with a clean and damp cloth.