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15" Peanut Ball - Yellow

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 A great toy for children with autism. A perfect “saddle” seat for children who need more stability than a traditional ball chair or therapy ball. Use a peanut ball in place of a chair during homework, school work, while watching tv or for fun. Sit on it like a bench or straddle it for more stability. Pretend it is a horse! Ride it like a cowboy! Toss it and watch it bounce. This amazing Peanut Ball challenges children to balance and stabilize their own core for an “active” learning posture. Enhances focus by supporting need for movement. Contoured saddle provides stability. Shaped for forward and back rotation. Holds up to 750 pounds. Recommended for daily exercise, positioning and therapy programs. Easy to inflate (pump sold separately). 

To use as a seat, measure the length from the child’s armpit to fingertips. Then order the closest size up.

Safety-tested by independent third party laboratories; CPSIA-complaint.
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I thought the 11 year olds would like to sit and bounce on these. I did not know that they would like to walk around hugging them when they are stressed. Rolling on them is another favorite activity especially for the kids that like deep pressure.
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Reviewed by:  from Berrien County. - 11/23/2013
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