Fat Brain Toys Teeter Popper, Green

A new utensil for play. how it’s used is up to the kids! whether they rock it, roll it, sit in it or stand. kids want to move with teeter Popper! how wildly fun it is! hand kids a teeter-totter and walk away. but don’t look away. Seeing the curiosity, the surprise, the concentration on their faces as they attempt new movements is something you don’t want to miss. Teeter-popping excitement is catching, (so are their giggles). kids find themselves Teetering on the brink of perfect physical play. No special skills needed. In playful exploration, teeter Popper improves core strength, stability, leg strength, balance, coordination and gross-motor skills. Weight limit:  approximately 110 lbs.

Product Features

  • A thrillingly unique instrument for play; concave board covered with sturdy silicone suction cups on the bottom; how it’s used is up to the kids!
  • Rock it, roll it, sit in it, or stand – endless ways to play; meanwhile – POP POP POP POP POP! – the suction cups pop as the Teeter Popper rocks!
  • Active fun for ages 3+; exceptionally strong, sturdy plastic body holds up to 110 pounds; durable silicone suction cups stand up to hours and hours of play; handles on ends make for easy stability, wonderfully safe
  • Inspires creativity, stimulates senses, engages imagination; improves core strength and stability, balance, coordination, gross motor skills; pleasant POPPING sound rewards active play
  • Winner of ASTRA’s Best Toys for Kids Award 2014; measures 28 x 11.5 x 7.5 inches; made in China

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2 Responses to Fat Brain Toys Teeter Popper, Green

  1. Anonymous says:

    An awesome “Toy” This “toy” is great for any kid and it has helped our ASD/ADHD so much. My son is pretty physically fit he requires a lot of pounding on his joints due to Sensory Processing Disorder. It’s great for getting them to exercise without them feeling like it’s exercise. The one I received came scratched up (probably from packing process), I called and they not only replaced it but told me to donate the damaged one. I donated it to my sons school toy drive and it was the best toy in the…

  2. Anonymous says:

    4 year old with Autism Would just lay on floor …