These are a fun way for children to develop their physical skills and meet the recommended daily exercise without them even knowing it. All these skills are proven to be physically and socially valuable for children and adults. As well as being valuable in all areas of development from fine manipulative to the intellectual skills.
- Juggling - juggling is a skill that progresses over time with persistence and commitment. It has many stages of progression and is a challenge. For children it is a valuable lesson that practice equals excellent results!
- Devil Stick - yes a strange name but lots of fun!! Also known as a flower stick this is a skill that develops hand eye co-ordination and encourages balance and control.
- Poi - a great way to develop rhythm, balance and co-ordination. Poi has no limits to its progression.
- Diablo - with a wide array of impressive tricks to learn with this piece of equipment you will not be able to put it down. Throwing it in the air and catching it is the best feeling for 5yrs right through to adulthood.
- Stilt Walking - a well recognised circus skill that is fun for both adults and children. Yes mums and dads we know you love it!
- Unicycling - I can ride a bike so I can ride the unicycle. How hard can it be? A challenge that is much enjoyed by all ages and one that you just cannot give up on.
- Plate Spinning - a great way to make friends with children involved in the workshop. Once you have completed the challenge of spinning the plate why not try to pass it around, stick to stick, finger to finger, nose to nose. A great way to develop hand eye co-ordination and fine manipulative skills.
- Pedal go's - Ready steady go!! A new fun and innovative way to challenge your friends to a race. And the dads of course. A great physical skill that keeps those legs moving.
- Juggling scarves - a great way to learn juggling at a more relaxed pace. The scarves are a very slow and light piece of equipment that allows you to take your own time in learning the skill.
- Fun wheels - a fun way to develop confidence and balance- a great way to develop skills required for the unicycle.