A simple concept with amazing uses! Spooners can be used while listening to a teacher, watching TV, working on the computer or as a toy. It can be used on carpet, hardwood or as a slider on snow or grass. Also, a great spinner. What more could you want?
Who uses our Spooner
- People who need movement to focus, either standing or sitting on the floor.
- People who want gentle exercise while standing.
- People who want more intense exercise can use the spooner while doing upper body work.
- People who enjoy spinning (while seated on spooner).
- Anyone who wants to improve balance, core strength and gross motor skills.
- People who focus better when using large muscles but need to move quietly.
When to use
- While working on computer (computer needs to be elevated)
- While watching TV
- During circle time or an assembly when sitting on the floor
- Can be used indoors or outdoors.
- Use like a toboggan on grass, sand or snow
Points to Note
- 2011 Product of the Year Award
- Check out some of the fun things you can do on a Freestyle Spooner
- When ordering, specify colour in the Comment Box
- Also check out our Bat Board
- Maximum weight - 50,000 lb!
- Use to learn basic skateboard moves (various movements explained on packaging).
- Set up 'spooner mats' at the back of the classroom. The activity will be quiet and be confined to a small area.
- For an intense workout, create an obstacle course.
- Treat it like mini-merry-go-round.
- See a video on what you can do on a spooner.
- Also use with a standing desk to increase activity.
- Can be unpredictable on smooth surfaces such as hardwood. Start with carpet until you get the feel of it.
Colours, Size and Price
- Blue and black
- Size 58 x 29 cm / 24 x 11 inches
- Price: $49.99
Taking care of your Spooner
- Check your Spooner regularly for wear.
- To wash: wipe with damp cloth
- To dry: allow to air dry