This classic rocking horse comes with a saddle and is built on parallel rockers so children can rock back and forth.
Child Development Skills
Gross Motor - Defined as the movements of the large muscles of the body Important for major body movement such as walking, maintaining balance, coordination, jumping, and reaching Sharing connections with other physical functions
Imagination is symbolic representation, the use of concepts and images to evoke or represent real-world entities, or the use of one set of real-world entities to evoke others (e.g. as when a child uses a banana as a phone in pretend play)
Language and Communication - Including development of an ability to listen, to understand what is said, and to speak to others The ability to see and understand the use of conversation, written language and to write and read Language is a learned code, or system of rules that enables children to communicate ideas and express wants and needs
Physical - About improving the skills of coordination, control, manipulation and movement. Involving indoor and outdoor play as well as activities that develop children's psychomotor skills