Rocking on the Ladybird is a wildly attractive playground activity that children will return to again and again. Children are able to control the play by moving their bodies to make the Ladybird rock. They will feel delighted to have the springer respond to their movements. The two sides support the seated position, and the footholds and handholds provide a stable point to stem feet and hands to create the movement. This is not only fun, but is also good for physical and cognitive development. When children begin to learn the connections between their bodies and their movements, they begin to make cognitive connections to a range of body movements and sensations. The Ladybird theme will be attractive to the child's imagination, and will encourage wonderful physical and imaginative play.