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There are so many different moves we wanted to place at the bottom of each line, but decided simple was better. OPTION: Try laminating the page and place some of Brilliant Therapy's movement cards at the bottom of each line. This way you can have the...

So easy to move when you have pictures posted and all you need is a towel or mat on the floor in front of them. The colorful drawings are motivating and help make the fun happen. These are perfect for a small space obstacle course at...

Whimsical and bright, this has imagination and motivation written all over it. A great additional obstacle course tool. Make dots for colored paper or sidewalk chalk and have a blast! Make it more challenging by using different colors (say they have to avoid stepping on the red...

Believe it or not, this Monkey Jump is the precursor to learning how to do the Cartwheel. We have put a line in the drawing so that people who are not familiar with this movement can see how the hands are planted on the floor...

This move is valuable because it is the beginning movement for doing a cartwheel and you have your hips and feet crossing midline. This is a great addition to an obstacle course. You can place your hands on a line or tire or anything that makes...

Tires! Jump in them, jump around them, roll them, walk on them, stack them, paint them, and wash them. They are cooooool! Kids dig working with them! They see car tires often and it makes them feel tough! OPTIONS: You can fill them with sand or...

If you do not have time to color some bugs to put on your obstacle course, we have you covered. These can also be used as examples for coloring. OPTIONS: Using games or challenges with bugs are usually a hit with kids. Bugs move and are...

Crossing midline is important for not just physical benefits but also for the brain. Balancing activities also assist the brain development that affects skills such as reading, math, and activities of daily living (ADL's) such as donning socks. Balancing is also important, so this activity gets...

PT: PT's will often place these around an obstacle course or make a path. Don't forget to print one out for clients to take home to make their own obstacle course if you want to promote therapy follow thru. OT: Use this as a jump and...