Physical Development

  • Early Years Physical Development Kit

    …activities. Designed to help boost the gross and fine motor skills of children in the reception and Lower KS1 phase, to get them physically ready for PE, Sport and Physical Activity.•12 x 13.5cm Playground Balls•6 x 7cm Coated Foam Balls•6 x 7cm Air flow Balls•5 x Koosh…

  • Playground Agility Climbing Trail

    Assault course full of lots of fun and varied challenges.Develop a range of skills including grip, balance and speed while encouraging physical exercise and inclusive play at lunchtimes.Minimum Space: 22m x 3.8m. Free Fall Height: only 0.60m. Please note the price is fully inclusive of delivery and…

  • Outdoor Balance Gym Climbing Frame Set

    Stimulate and challenge physical development of toddlers and young children with this modular gym.The elements are attached together with a rubber rest and secured with a strong outdoor adhesive fastener. Watch children explore and learn whilst also developing essential gross motor skills.Product…

  • Maths Development Pack

    Designed to encourage individual and group participation. This kit will also develop children's numerical and physical activity skills. Age: 3 years+.Set includes:• 1 x 0-20 number line, 20 x number bean bags, 1 x inflatable dice, 10 x 230mm number cones, 3 x movement cubes, 2 x coloured number…

  • First-Play® Maths Development Pack

    This pack of 73 products is designed to encourage individual and group participation. This kit will help with to develop children's numerical and physical activity skills. Contains:• 1 x 0-20 number line• 20 x number bean bags• 1 x inflatable dice• 10 x 230mm number cones• 3…

  • 16 Piece Soft Play Activity Set

    …versatile assortment of soft play shapes. The compact size allows for easy storage Perfect for promoting Physical Development and supporting the following key areas of the curriculum: PSE Development, Mathematics and Expressive Arts and Design. Age: 3 years+.• Holdall size: 450mm(w) x 450mm(d)…

  • Role Play Colourful Tyres

    These durable, colourful play tyres are a great addition for indoor or outdoor play. The tyres promote physical development and gross motor skills. Roll them, stack them, use them to balance planks or make runways for small world vehicles. Age: 3 years+.• Set of 3

  • 19 Piece Soft Play Activity Set

    …allowing pupils to create a variety of role play and circuit course constructions. Perfect for promoting Physical Development and supporting the following key areas of the curriculum: PSE Development, Mathematics and Expressive Arts and Design. Age: 3 years+.• Holdall size: 690mm(w) x 690mm(d)…

  • Back To Nature™ Ladybird Counting Story Cushions

    …coloured ladybird floor cushions. Perfect for promoting Mathematics and also supporting the following key areas of the curriculum: PSE Development; Physical Development; Communication and Language; Literacy and Understanding the World• Pack of 13 includes 12 smaller ladybird cushions, numbering…

  • Coconut Shy Playground Target Game

    …vary the challenge by increasing distance from the thrower to the target, or change the thrown items to lighter or smaller to further develop the physical development opportunities.• Breaks down into smaller pieces to make storage easy• Incredibly versatile and approachable game for all…

  • Wooden Forest Animal Blocks

    …about animals in the wild.Includes insects, birds, reptiles and mammals representing a variety of recognisable species.• Physical Development - motor skills• Personal Development - collaborative play• Communication & Language - descriptive language• Expressive Arts & Design - imaginative play•…

  • Economy Treasure Basket

    …basket offers young children unlimited opportunities for discovery, excitement and learning. It will support children's physical, emotional, communication and numeracy development as they explore and play and watch their problem solving and imagination unfold. Age: 3 years+.• Approx size: 280mm…

  • Multi-Seater Blocks and Rocks

    …fibre filled multi-seater blocks and bean bag rocks. These curriculum resources encourage team work and imaginative play, improving physical and social development. The visual teaching aids can spark discussions on nature, the seaside, raw materials or ancient times including the Stone Age and…

  • With Child™ Pregnancy Simulator

    …inconveniences of being pregnant. Wearing the With Child™ Simulator develops empathy for the unique physical challenges of being pregnant, excellent for teens in pregnancy prevention programmes. Users understand the physical symptoms of being pregnant such as weight gain, lower back stress,…

  • Geography Photocards

    …and the notes provide lots of suggestions on how to use the photos in the classroom. Looking at photographs can help pupils develop geographical observational and enquiry skills, challenge stereotypes and improve their understanding of physical processes.• Card size: A5• Set of 50

  • Place Value Classroom Set

    Develop an understanding of the place value concept. Dice and spinners are used to generate numbers, the abacus used to physically represent numbers, and the flip charts used for the abstract representation of numbers.Set includes:• 6 Flip Charts• 6 Place Value Abacus• 6 Place Value Dice Sets• 6…

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