Sensory Processing: Auditory, Tactile, Proprioceptive, Vestibular
Motor: Eye Hand Coordination, Core Strength, Upper Body Strength, Balance, Coordination, Crossing at the Midline
Cognitive: Problem-Solving, Focus, Memory, Attention, Comprehension
Social/Emotional: Parallel, Joint or Cooperative Play, Turn-Taking, Self-Regulation
Communication: Expressive and Receptive Language
This wooden amadinda (xylophone) hangs vertically from a tree or post to allow children to focus on motor planning while supporting a good range of motion. For children in walkers, weight bearing from one foot to another is needed when playing this instrument. It provides auditory and proprioceptive input and provides social opportunities. The suspended nature of this instrument encourages vestibular motion in order to hit the keys of the amadinda.
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This component ships with:
- Installation instructions
- Hanging Amadinda
- One set of tube mallets