Product Name: Tricky Fish
Company Name: Achievement Products
Company Website: www.achievement-products.com
Company Phone Number: 1-800-373-4699
WARNING: CHOKING HAZARD - Children under 8 yrs. can choke or suffocate on uninflated or broken balloons. Adult supervision required. Keep uninflated balloons from children. Discard broken balloons at once.
An imaginative way to faster visual motor and eye-tracking skills!
•Double-sided for twice the practice
•On one side, children manipulate a ball through a path that is covered by clear acrylic
•On the other, they manipulate a larger ball (the fish eye) along an open path
•Blue fish targets circular practice with the hands and wrists
•8-1/4"W x 9-3/4"L x 1-1/4"H
•Ages 3 years and up
I really like this product. Tricky Fish (which comes in colors blue or green) is great for further helping to develop a child’s fine motor skills, not to mention hand-eye coordination, attention to task – and patience! The Tricky Fish has two sides for double the practice – and double the fun!
Just as the product description states, there are two fun sides to the Tricky Fish. On the one side you can guide and manipulate the ball through the path that is covered by clear acrylic. Flip it over and to make it even more challenging! Here you would guide and manipulate the ball along the open path (which is not covered by the acrylic, but rather it’s open). I have to say, while I was able to easily able to manipulate the ball through the path that was covered by the acrylic, I had a much more difficult time successfully guiding the ball on the flip side that was not covered, making it much more challenging! The cool thing about this product is that once your child (or you) successfully guides the ball from beginning to end on the one side (covered, which is more novice in my opinion), your child (or you) can then graduate to the side that is even more challenging (the side that is uncovered).
So if you’re looking for a fun activity for your child (and, yes, Perhaps even yourself), look no further than the Tricky Fish. While it can prove to be most challenging, it is also proven to be fun! And in this age of technology where kids are tempted and inundated with Ipods, tablets, computers and phones, how cool is it that there is another option out there that doesn’t involve a screen?!
Contact Achievement Products (see contact information above) and gets yours today!
Craig Gibson, M.Ed., was diagnosed with a learning disability at the age of six, and spent the next twelve years in special education. He has since earned two degrees, has published on the local and national levels, and is a Featured Blogger of the internationally acclaimed AutsmSpot.com. Craig is also the Editor in Charge of SensorySpot.com (sister site of AutismSpot.com). Craig can be reached at email@example.com.