Rocking Horse

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Classic Rock & Bounce Pony With Sound

The Classic Rock & Bounce Pony is a rocking horse with safety seat designed for use by children with balance, neurological, or lower extremity disabilties. Designed for children nine months to three years of age, this rocking horse has a rubber bounce suspension, a removable safety saddle that enables the toy to grow with the child, a removable and washable fabric body, and easy-grip handles. The horse's ears make a crinkle sound and a neighing sound effect is activated by motion. DIMENSIONS

Lateral Rocking Horse

CUSTOM ADAPTATION PURPOSE: To provide balance practice for children with balance and neurological disabilities. Built of plywood, this rocker has a seat with a footrest, a front safety bar, and horse-shaped sides. The unit is mounted on lateral rockers that rotate approximately 25 degrees from vertical on either side. TITLE: Happy Seating. JOURNAL: TAD Journal. REF: Volume 27, Number 3, October 2007: p. 9-11. PAGES: 4. (including cover).

Soft Rock & Bounce Pony

The Soft Rock & Bounce Pony is a rocking horse designed for use by children with balance, neurological, or lower extremity disabilities. Designed for children nine months to three years of age, this rocking horse has a rubber bounce suspension, a removable and washable fabric body, and easy-grip handles. The horse's ears make a crinkle sound. This rocking horse is available with or without motion-activated songs and sound. DIMENSIONS: 27 x 20.125 x 22 inches. capacity: 42 POUNDS. WEIGHT: 9.6

Woodcraft Creations Adapted Hobby Horse

The Woodcraft Creations Adapted Hobby Horse is a rocking horse with a safety seat designed for ablebodied children and children with disabilities. This therapeutic toy is hand-made from hardwoods and consists of a horse with saddle, bridle, and mane mounted on a wide rocking platform. Hand and foot holds are located on both sides.The removable adapter safety seat supports the child on all sides and comes with a seatbelt. When seated in the adapter, the child can move his or her arms and legs fre

Parent Category: Gross Motor Play
 
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