Body schema and static balance
Follow the gorilla to pose the same gesture.
Observe others’ posture and imitate them. This is the very first step of learning. This game requires players to use their proprioceptive perceptual and muscles to train their body and sense of balance.
Core Stability
Stand still and put the toes forward. Follow the arrow to get rid of the bee by the opposite hand.  
    Stand still and put the toes forward. Swing around to dodge from the snakes in trees.
    Stand still and put the toes forward. Swing back and forward to dodge from the snakes in trees.
Controlling of the central axis of the body is the foundation of balancing. This game provides players continuous training against the 3 main axes of body, and helps to build up their endurance and reaction. Children who manage to complete all 3 levels can challenge themselves by standing on a balance board provided by the physical therapist.
Eye-Hand Coordination & Left-Right Discrimination
Use hands to control the beaks of the flamingos to catch fish from the lake and feed their little babies.  
Children learn the concept of left and right by using both of their hands. This game helps to consolidate their left-right coordination. They need to use visual-spatial perception to accurately hold their hands to specific locations.
Bilateral coordination
Give the lion a massage to tame it. Follow the blue dots on screen and move both hands in order.  
Accurate visual perception and arms coordination determined the development of hand function. This game requires fine harmony on eyes and hands control. It’s the hardest game in this product.
Dynamic Balance
Delicious fruits are grown in trees sequentially. Stand still and use the head and neck to eat the fruits one by one.  
Keep the balance and move different parts of body smoothly are the essential requirement to have great agility. This is the meaning of dynamic balance.