pauline 19th May 2016
Hi ya we have used the big balloons they are ok expensive .I use the balloons from reject shop the punching balloons they are in the party section
Darla 14th May 2016
I use balloons; Mylar balloons, as we are unable to use latex. Could someone tell me where I could locate 90 cm balloons, which are larger ones? We have a great time with giant beach ball in circle, and I am interested in the giant balloon.

in Canada
Suzie 29th May 2015
I use this with my clients, it's great fun but also very beneficial for concentration and focus while counting as well as hand eye coordination and improving and maintaining gross motor skills. I add a bit of a twist where we use a short swim noodle to balance the ball and pass to another client...
heather 1st Sep 2014
Very similar to my game where we use wooden spoons as bats
Margaret 17th Aug 2014
Hi There ,
Balloons are great fun , we have introduced hitting them with a half length noodle , excellent eye , hand co ordination , cognitive and physical stimulation , laughter plus , plus .keep the ideas coming please.

Sue 7th Aug 2014
Hi There
I to have introduced Balloon Fun to my residents.
I use 2, 90cm balloons and hit them around to the residents. The larger balloons i find are more fun to use than the small ones. We put on music as well and we all have a laugh.
Nicola 29th Jul 2014
Hi melaleuce
This could be away of good exercise and sounds like fun.
I will try this out next week.
Melaleuca 25th Jul 2014
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