The Kinderfeets Kinderboard in Natural Wood is much loved and fantastic educational balance board that has been fascinating Dutch children for generations and now it's Australia's turn to join the craze .
This multi-use toy was originally developed for use in Waldorf early childhood classrooms. It was created to help children develop a sense of balance, stimulate their vestibular system, and gain a deeper awareness of their body and body parts. You can rock it. Balance on it. Push it. Spin it. Flip it and slide. Sit on it or use it like a foot stool. These sturdy beech plywood boards keep energetic children engaged in creative play for hours.
Kinderboards are Dutch designed and recreate the same experience as the original concept. They're excellent for stimulating child development — both physical and mental — and offers open-ended play opportunities for toddlers, children, teens, and even adults. You can use a Kinderboard both indoors and out, perfect for rainy and sunny days at home or in a school environment.
Watch a child’s imagination take over when their Kinderboard arrives. It becomes a see-saw, a balance board, a slide, a step stool, a boat, a resting place, a doll bed, a puppet stage, a tunnel and many more opportunities for them to explore. The possibilities are endless—and truly up to them!
- Made from skillfully engineered FSC certified and sustainably sourced German Beech wood (not Birch wood)
- Tested and certified to European and Australian standards
- Supports up to 220 kgs
- Two colour options: Natural or White
Recommended for Ages 18 Months +
** BULK ITEM excluded from free freight
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Amazing product! Good fun for the family. Both of my boys love it and keep thinking of ways to play with it! Couldn’t be happier!
This was a great buy, my girls use it for all sorts of things including things I would've never thought of. Might have to get another :)
I bought this for my kids (2 years and 5 years) for Christmas, it worked well as their 'shared' present from Santa. They continue to use it in there games for terrain and balance.