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Roller Table™

Model #176457

Component Overview

Not just fast and fun, the sensory play Roller Table™ provides kids much needed sensory stimulation, through the application of deep-muscle pressure from the steel rollers.


Features

  • Comfortable TenderTuff™-coated steel rollers
  • Curved overhead hand rails allowing for varied arm lengths and abilities
  • Enclosed sealed bearings for pinch-free sliding
  • Helps kids develop "skin map" of tactile sensory receptors throughout the body
  • Siderails for safe sensory play

Developmental Benefits

  • Sensory
  • Auditory, Proprioception, Tactile, Vestibular
  • Motor Skills
  • Balance, Coordination, Flexibility, Motor Planning
  • Cognitive Skills
  • Problem Solving
  • Social/Emotional Skills
  • Social Skill Development
  • Learn about Developmental Benefits

Component Details

  • Age Ranges

    • 5 to 12 years
  • Product Categories

  • Shipping Weight

  • 542 lbs
  • Design Standards

  • ASTM, CSA, EN

Playground products shown in video may not be appropriate for every age group. Playsystems shown in video are for demonstration purposes only. Product configurations may vary.

Video features children playing on the inclusive sensory Roller Table.

[video: Scene fades into a boy in a wheelchair wheeling himself to the end of a playground Roller Table. A boy and girl stand on the side of the table watching. A bell dings in the background. Scene switches to a young girl as she pulls her body down the Roller Table by the overhead tunneling arched bars. A child shouts in the background: Aaron!]

[video: scene switches to the camera panning up a Roller Table where four girls lay and stand. Scene switches back to the young boy in the wheelchair as he transfers himself onto the Roller Table from his chair. Scene switches to a view down the Roller Table under the arched bars as a boy pushes himself towards the camera. Scene switches back to the young boy who has transferred himself onto the Roller Table from his wheelchair as he situates himself at the end of the table. Scene switches to a side view of a roller table decorated with Permalene cut out flowers. A group of girls lay and relax on the table. Scene switches back to a side view of a young boy with leg braces as the begins to pull himself head first on his back down the Roller Table. The camera zooms in as the boy pulls himself rung by rung down the table. Scene switches to a top down view as a girl pulls herself down the Roller Table.]

Girl: Oh my gosh.

[video: two girls smile at the camera while they lay at the end of the Roller table. A girl above them rolls towards them.]

Girl: Hey I’m coming down.

[video: scene switches to a view down a Roller Table as a girl pulls herself towards the camera on her stomach. Scene switches back to the boy with leg braces as he reaches the end of the Roller Table. A man pushes the boys wheelchair to the side of the Roller Table where the boy waits. A bell dings in the background. The camera zooms in on the boy’s face as he smiles. Scene switches to a side view of a young boy pulling himself down the Roller Table.]

Boy: Hard.

[video: A view down the Roller Table as a girl pulls herself head first towards the camera. Scene switches to a top down view of a girl as she pulls herself in and out of frame on the Roller Table. Camera switches to a view down the table as the girl pulls herself feet first towards the camera. Scene fades to black.]

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