Thursday, October 1, 2015

Seating Options for Early Childhood

Kids like to move around and sometimes have difficulty sitting still.  The Vidget, a new product available for pre-order from Viggi Kids, allows kids to fidget in a side-to-side motion while seated.  The lightweight chair can help improve focus and attention as well as provide sensory stimulation for children ages three to six.  Its modular cube design allows for the Vidget to also become a desk or stool by turning it on its side.

Another seating option is the Safco Runtz Ball Chair to help learners stay engaged and focused in a classroom or other environment.  Movement helps the entire brain engage and work together.  Sitting on an exercise ball activates and strengthens the core or abdominal muscles, which support both fine and gross motor development.  The Safco Runtz Ball Chair provides the movement and engagement of an exercise ball with the addition of a base for stability and control.

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