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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...

You can use pool noodles, painters tape, gift wrap paper rolls, or anything you want to help the imagination and fun be part of jumping. This can be a wonderful addition to a home or school obstacle course. OPTION: You may lay a exercise mat on...

Body socks are a wonderful tool for obstacle courses to help with sensory regulation and body awareness. Here is a picture to help get the job done. Just post it up on your obstacle course and let the kids twist, walk, and roll. Share your drawings...

Here is a wonderful visual that can be posted in your obstacle course so that your clients will know what is expected and be more motivated. If you do not have a balance beam, try using a split pool noodle (taped to the floor) or...

This picture was used in an October themed obstacle course, where kids were able to use clothes pins to pin up multiple ghosts while balancing on a rocker board. The ghosts can be made of white card stock paper, card board with white paper glued on...

This is a fun way to work on communication skills and physical strengthening and body in space awareness. NOTE: We often forget that some of this jumping can be done within clinic parallel bars as the client jumps while holding on to the grab rails. What do...

Laminate these pictures and you can incorporate speech skills in the pool. Discuss what looks more difficult and why, or what they want to do first. PT's and OT's your on your own, this is your kind of element. You may even post the picture in...