The Bee Springer with its rich tactile elements and appealing shape motivates children to rock, alone or two together. The rocking movement attracts children again and again, for shorter or longer rides. Apart from its charming appearance, the Bee Springer has a rich tactile variation with its rubber wings, wooden body and stainless steel hand and footholds. Tactile richness is a main motivator, especially for younger children. It supports their understanding of material characteristics such as weight, smoothness, temperature and flexibility. This is important in for children's ability to assess differences and make decisions. The soothing, rocking movements of the bee trains spatial awareness and sense of balance, which are both crucial for body confidence, which is important for children to avoid falls. A good sense of balance also improves the ability to sit still and concentrate.