Movement + Learning

Let's Get Moving
Image of Movement in a Box items that include a movement guide (with 12 activities and development facts) and a cube made of foam puzzle pieces with shape inserts that have movement cues such as stretch, jump, hop, run, dance, and spin.
Children playing Movement in a Box together. A group of 5 kids laughing, jumping, and learning gross motor skills. Educational games that help kids move, play, and learn.

Convenient. Fun. Educational.

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Designed by Educators, Athletes, & Moms

Our Story
Images of Movement in a Box co-founders Sarah Cahill and Molly Schaus. Sarah is a certified strength coach and physical literacy expert. Molly is a 2x Olympic Silver Medalist and has a background in youth sports and education.

I can't believe how long this held his attention. Normally he plays with something for 30 seconds and then throws it everywhere. It's fun because you start doing one of the activities and then you can spin it into so many different things. And you don't have a million toys laying around.

Brianne B. (2x Olympian | Mom | Pittsburgh, PA)

Thinking about how movements are the building blocks to so many other skills really highlighted the importance of practicing those skills with your kids!

Katherine R. (Mother of 2 | Boston, MA)

My kids LOVED it. It was fun that they wanted to keep doing each activity and that it was their idea instead of mine.

Mike S. (PE Teacher | Dad of 2 | Fullerton, CA)