Not only is this outdoor kid’s toy a spectacle of light, it’s also a great exercise of your coordination and dexterity. The Poi dance traces all the way back to the Maori people in New Zealand. It involves swinging soft LED weights rhythmically to create geometric patterns. This version is lighter and brighter, which is great for beginners of all ages. Start with simple movements and as you try to master more complicated ones, you’ll build flexibility and creativity.
Like lots of kids, Kevin Daniels and the team at Fun in Motion Toys didn’t like sitting still. They were constantly looking for things to fidget or fiddle with or fun ways to keep moving. So they decided to create their own line of toys and puzzles that do just that. While having fun, kids’ minds and bodies are active and engaged, helping to improve hand-eye coordination, reaction time, spatial awareness, and motor skills. And they’re super fun for adults, too—our team here couldn’t stop playing with them.