She has a little pushcart which she uses sometimes -- but she'd rather sit in it and be pushed than push it around! One friend has suggested a small trampoline. Any other ideas out there?
Or what about a dolls pram to push her babies around in?
We also have a Radio Flyer push wagon and trike.
Climbing: small cardboard boxes stuff with newspaper to climb on, couch cushions
Crawling: large ridiculous pillows/stuffed animals/couch cushions (from the thrifstore/yardsales/free on the side of the road)
Novel terrain: parks, playgrounds, municipal buildings where there's lots of steps and things with different heights to negotiate. Good workout.
Push toys/Rolling toys: Encourages a lot of skills related to prewalking/walking
Swings/hammocks/etc (see DIY swings, therapy swings, etc instructions on the internet )
Exercise balls, big balls
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