The balance beam enables kids to be challenged while improving balance and coordination. Kids improve vestibular balance, movement coordination, and concentration while understanding their body's center of gravity. The balance beam also helps to improve self-confidence, learning stability and sense of reaction. Each unit is equipped with the ability to add another beam on each end, thus allowing facility operators to make the beam as long as they need.
The patented design helps the student to learn the symbols of the alphabet. An instructional manual is included. The teacher key 11”x17” card is two-sided with the same design as the mat printed on the front and the key showing letter placement printed on the back, also included are 24 student pages 8.5x11 printed on never tear paper for desk practice.
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Soft material with interesting animal models. Safe and comfortable for kids’ motor skills development.
Made of high-density foam, safe and comfortable for young children.
Wavy, slopy, or stair-like walking paths for multi-abilities and creative arrangements.
Easy to clean with a damp cloth
Develop young children's motor skills such as crawling, walking, and going upstairs/downstairs.
Promote young children's physical coordination and balance through activities.
Stimulate children's physical flexibility.
Animal figures enrich children's imagination and creativity.
ABL Handheld Eye Tracking Board
The ABL Eye Tracker is a commercial grade teaching tool for students to help them learn and practice letter and number identification, sequencing and visual tracking skills in a fun, hands-on way!
ABL Keyboard Mat
The mat uses eye tracking skills which are important for reading and copying information from the board to paper. It also practices using peripheral vision to increase eye fitness. Children can learn their numbers, letters, punctuation, and more!
ABL Ladder Package
The ABL Learning Ladder anchors academic concepts kinesthetically by combining cognitive brain functions with physical movement. As a result stronger neural connections are built in the brain leading to improved student academic performance.
ABL Learning Assessment Steps
Walking up and down stairs, alternating feet work on cardio. You can also have the student walk up and down the stairs while holding an object. Exercise helps the brain and body go into a homeostatic state, balancing hormones, brain chemicals, and system functions. Physical activity and exercise change the learning state to optimize retention and retrieval of memory.