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    • Strengthens upper and lower body

    • Improves balance, posture, core strength & coordination

    • Promotes greater focus and attention

    • Provides your child the sensory input they’re seeking so that they’re regulated

    • Ideal for kids with Aspergers Syndrome, Autism, Attention Deficit Hyperactive Disorder (ADHD), Sensory Processing Disorder (SPD) & Down Syndrome

    • Made for kids 4 years & older 

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    Have You Ever Tried Rolling Around On A Scooter Board? 

    If you haven’t (yet) it is a blast for both kids and adults! 


    Scooter boards are brilliant for developing all sorts of fundamental movement skills. They are an essential item for therapy and can be used in a multitude of ways. 


    Scooterboard 'work' helps children develop postural stability, strength, motor planning skills, bilateral coordination, and more.

    Have You Ever Tried Rolling Around On A Scooter Board? 

    If you haven’t (yet) it is a blast for both kids and adults! 


    Scooter boards are brilliant for developing all sorts of fundamental movement skills. They are an essential item for therapy and can be used in a multitude of ways. 


    Scooterboard 'work' helps children develop postural stability, strength, motor planning skills, bilateral coordination, and more.

    Promotes Core Strengthening & Vestibular Input 

    Building upper body strength from the shoulders down to the fingers helps with activities that require kids to use their hands. A strong shoulder allows a stable base for strength down in the hands.


    Building lower body strength at the hips, knees and ankles helps with tasks like walking up hills, running, jumping and even with sports injury prevention.


    When sitting, lifting their arms or legs off the board it works the core muscles – the muscles of the tummy and back. This can build ability to sit upright for longer.

    Promotes Core Strengthening & Vestibular Input 

    Building upper body strength from the shoulders down to the fingers helps with activities that require kids to use their hands. A strong shoulder allows a stable base for strength down in the hands.


    Building lower body strength at the hips, knees and ankles helps with tasks like walking up hills, running, jumping and even with sports injury prevention.


    When sitting, lifting their arms or legs off the board it works the core muscles – the muscles of the tummy and back. This can build ability to sit upright for longer.

    Helps with Sensory Integration & Boost Attention & Focus

    Incorporating scooter board activities into a child’s daily routine can help calm and organize the nervous system, which can help lower feelings of stress and anxiety, reduce aggressive behaviors, and improve self-regulation.


    The calming effects of scooter board activities helps improve a child’s ability to sit still and concentrate. Scheduling regular ‘brain breaks’ throughout the day is important for kids and adults alike, and if your child struggles with things like focus, hyperactivity, and/or impulsivity, engaging your child in scooter board activities before sitting down to do homework can be extremely beneficial. Teachers may consider providing brain breaks that involve scooter boards throughout the day as well.

    Helps with Sensory Integration & Boost Attention & Focus

    Incorporating scooter board activities into a child’s daily routine can help calm and organize the nervous system, which can help lower feelings of stress and anxiety, reduce aggressive behaviors, and improve self-regulation.


    The calming effects of scooter board activities helps improve a child’s ability to sit still and concentrate. Scheduling regular ‘brain breaks’ throughout the day is important for kids and adults alike, and if your child struggles with things like focus, hyperactivity, and/or impulsivity, engaging your child in scooter board activities before sitting down to do homework can be extremely beneficial. Teachers may consider providing brain breaks that involve scooter boards throughout the day as well.

    Perfect for Sensory Seekers & Sensory Avoiders

    Scooter boards give kids tons of vestibular input, and most of the time a lot of proprioceptive input too. These two senses are the powerhouses of the sensory system and for kids that are sensory seekers, scooter boards can help them feel regulated and balanced quickly.


     They’re also for the sensory avoiders. Specifically sensitive to movement. Those are the kids that lose their mind when they’re put on a swing, or won’t climb any equipment at the playground. The scooter board can be more gentle than a swing or climbing a tall ladder to ride down the slide.  

    Perfect for Sensory Seekers & Sensory Avoiders

    Scooter boards give kids tons of vestibular input, and most of the time a lot of proprioceptive input too. These two senses are the powerhouses of the sensory system and for kids that are sensory seekers, scooter boards can help them feel regulated and balanced quickly.


     They’re also for the sensory avoiders. Specifically sensitive to movement. Those are the kids that lose their mind when they’re put on a swing, or won’t climb any equipment at the playground. The scooter board can be more gentle than a swing or climbing a tall ladder to ride down the slide.  

    5 Ways To Use Sit & Scoot

    1. Talented Turtle

    2. Row The Boat

    3. Silly Circles

    4. Ride The Carousel

    5. The Tiny Train

    5 Ways To Use Sit & Scoot

    1. Talented Turtle

    2. Row The Boat

    3. Silly Circles

    4. Ride The Carousel

    5. The Tiny Train

    30-DAY MONEY-BACK GUARANTEE

    If you give it a try for 30 days and you don’t like it for any reason, just let us know and we’ll issue you a refund. We’re not here to make a quick buck. Our goal is to provide thousands of parents with sensory solutions that work. So if it doesn’t work for you, we want you to feel confident trying one of our other products in the future. We have email support that will respond within 24 hours. Use the Contact Page if you need assistance.

    SPECIFICATIONS

    Made of BPA-free plastic

    Board measures 16 x 16 inch (40 x 40 cm)

    FAQ

    What age is it for?

    Sit & Scoot Board is suitable for kids ages 6 to 12.

    Will the scooter works on carpet floor?

    It may, but not well. It would move slow depending on the height of carpet. Might even be difficult with child sitting on it. Works best on hardwood or concrete. 

    Are the wheels plastic or rubber?

    The wheels are plastic, we recommend using it indoors.

    Do these wheels spin? Or are they fixed to only go straight?

    All 4 wheels spin completely and can go in all directions. 

    What is the maximum weight?

    We don't specify a weight limit for these scooter boards because it typically depends more on how large of a sitting area there is rather than a specific amount of weight the boards will support. Our 16 inch Sit & Scoot Board are generally designed for elementary children and teens.

    Do you have it in blue color?

    Sit & Scoot Board comes in three different colors: Blue, Red, and Yellow.

    What is the material?

    It is made of BPA-free plastic.

    What is the warranty for this product?

    We back our products with a risk-free 30-day guarantee. If you don't have a positive experience for any reason, contact us within 30 days of receiving your order and we will make sure you are 100% satisfied with your purchase. We have email support that will respond within 24 hours. Use the Contact Page if you need assistance.

    What is the shipping time?

    All orders are shipped from our warehouse within 1-3 business days of you placing the order. Packages may be faced with delays beyond our control due to the ongoing Covid pandemic. The typical delivery timeframe is between 7 to 14 business days however, you may receive your items much earlier. All orders are shipped with the tracking number.