Toss to Teddy- Target practice hoop
Toss to Teddy- Target practice hoop
Toss to Teddy- Target practice hoop
Toss to Teddy- Target practice hoop
Toss to Teddy- Target practice hoop
Toss to Teddy- Target practice hoop
Toss to Teddy- Target practice hoop
Toss to Teddy- Target practice hoop
Toss to Teddy- Target practice hoop
Toss to Teddy- Target practice hoop

Toss to Teddy- Target practice hoop

Regular price R 670.00
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Encourage your child's aiming skills with this bear shaped target hoop. Attach it to the wall for a permanent tossing position and easily remove from the brackets to allow for a hand held game.

Toss to teddy includes birch ply bear hoop, (36cm in diameter), 3 white powder coated metal brackets and three 100% cotton bean bags.

Beautifully designed, and made to last with maximum educational impact in mind, our new Land of Lark wooden toy range will keep your little one entertained for hours. Made from sustainably-sourced wood coated in non-toxic waxes to preserve the natural feel and organic look of wood.

Our timeless toys encourage limitless imaginative and creative play whilst developing fine and gross motor skills, cognitive development and problem-solving skills.

What can I learn?

  • Hand-eye-co-ordination essential for early handwriting and reading skills.
  • Throwing skills including aim, underhand and overhand tossing, balance, stance and judging distance.
  • Improved manual dexterity and body awareness.
  • Increased fitness as you work arm and leg muscles.
  • Build relationships through play and quality time.
  • Practice builds self-esteem and confidence.
  • Learn to recognise shapes and colours.

 Sensory and Cognitive Development

  • Vestibular-cerebellum – stimulation of the neural networks in the balance centre in the brain.
  • Proprioception – stimulation of muscle and joint receptors responsible for body and spatial awareness.
  • Differentiation – full conscious control of moving only one part of the body while other limbs remain still.
  • Visual-Motor Integration - communication between the eyes, brain and muscle to measure distance and throw effectively.
  • Motor planning and Directionality – slow down the body and think about how to throw the beanbag into the hoop.
  • Focus and concentration – necessary to activate in order to do the activity correctly.
  • Directionality – Awareness of the correct direction in which to move the arms in order for the ball to hit the target.