From the Stretchy Band to balloon balls, from beanbags to scarves, we offer colorful, soft, and tactile-friendly movement props.
Design and build your own classroom set that is customized just for your setting — whether it be a classroom, a therapy room, or a library!
Bags & Totes
Get organized through our line of bags and totes for all types of movement props and selected musical instruments.
Music selections from Miss Carole of Macaroni Soup, a.e.IDEAS, and a selection of hand instruments. These include egg shakers, kazoo, castanet, and rhythm sticks.
Personal Student Kits
Personal student kits offer creative movement props and music instruments sets for distance learning or in person sessions.
How Do Bear Paw Creek Products Help?
Helping your clients and students hit their goals.
Easily and quickly finding your movement props for your next group, class, or session.
Taking your classes and sessions to the next level.
Bear Paw Creek equips teachers, therapists, and parents as they seek to enrich the lives of others through music and movement.
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