Jumpin’ Jr Trampoline

Jumpin' Jr Trampoline

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Trampolines are a great way for little ones to gain some confidence on their feet. And this on is small enough for toddlers! Even if your child can’t walk or jump, trampolines can still be a fun way to practice standing on uneven ground or even getting a little bounce going. My son enjoys laying on the trampoline and rolling back and forth. It’s also fun to sit in the middle of the trampoline with toys that can roll, like balls, since they always roll back to you where ever you are.

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