Developing hand-eye coordination is essential for developing a child’s reaction time and dexterity. Hand-eye coordination affects many aspects of life from tying your shoes to using a computer to cooking to how well a child performs in sports.
Kids who play videogames often have good hand-eye coordination but their fitness level sometimes suffers. Activities that include focusing on a ball help build hand-eye coordination. Hand-eye coordination can also be built through certain exercises.
Everyone remembers paddleball. The light wooden paddle with the elastic band attached to a ball has kept millions of kids busy for countless hours trying to perfect the skill. The goal is to hit it as many times as you can without stopping. It’s a great way to improve hand-eye coordination right?
Diggin Active has created a whole new way to play paddleball with MaxSport Punch Paddles. Punch Paddles build the essential hand-eye coordination skills your kids need in a super fun way. Punch Paddles comes with two big soft fist paddles with internal grip handles and an 8” ball. The object is to hit the ball and keep it in the air as long as possible. You can play alone buts it’s more fun with a friend!
Punch the ball back and forth, make amazing last-minute hits and keep the ball from touching the ground. Hours of active fun for 1-2 players!
Try new MaxSport Punch Paddles. Get active, stay healthy and have fun!