Get Outside: Aerobie Sprint Rings are Light and Soft to Handle for Everyone in the Family

I do not consider us an “outdoor family”. Although we go on walks and do various activities in the yard or at the park, but we are not a camping, hiking sort of crowd. Now that my daughter is getting older I am trying to encourage more outdoor activities and it gets us all some sunshine and I can work in the garden or draw with chalk with my daughter on the driveway. I think we own one “trick” frisbee that spins on your finger my husband got as a gift in college that is buried in the garage and I never thought to even try a frisbee with my three-year-old. I figured the weight of a frisbee and the motor movement it would require just would have made it very difficult and frustrating for her. 

My husband didn’t know why I was reviewing a frisbee, but I reminded him the weather was warming up and that we needed to get outside more often and it seemed like an activity that could involve the whole family (well, with the baby as a spectator for now). My daughter is still getting the hang of the correct motion of throwing it, but it is fun to see her so motivated and determined to get some air on it. The Aerobie Sprint Ring is super light weight, soft when she catches it and my daughter likes that it resembles a mini-hula hoop that she does “tricks” with on her arms. She enjoys throwing it even for short distances and chasing after it when she gets a good throw and it glides through the air. All in all we have had fun in the yard and it has been confidence building for my daughter and is easier for anyone to use over a traditional plastic frisbee. 

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By Emi Stapler. I am a cloth diaper advocate, green parenting blogger, mother of three and a military wife who enjoys sharing my motherhood adventures and advice. Follow me at The Cloth Diaper Report on Facebook, Twitter @TheCDReport , Google +, Pinterest and Instagram.

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