Obstacle Course Gross Motor Activity
Build a challenging obstacle course that will support children’s gross motor development and keep them both active and entertained.
Who It's For
Children ages 3 to 10
Why It Empowers
Running through an obstacle course not only helps kids develop strength and balance, but it can also improve problem-solving and motor skills, coordination, and sensory processing abilities. When they complete the course, their self-confidence may improve as well.
Meet The Expert
Shenley Seabrook is a Licensed Mental Health Counselor who works primarily with children and adolescents in a private practice setting. She is also a foster parent and lives with her husband and daughter in Indiana. Shenley recently wrote her first children’s book, We Have the Same Heart, which celebrates diversity, inclusion, and community service.