What's a Space Ball?
We've always called it a Space Ball because it looks a bit like the Martian cousin of your usual spherical ball. It's a small, solid rubber ball with six bounce bumps.
And it's unpredictable. The Space Ball's bounce bumps send it bounding off from the floor in seemingly random directions.
As you practice, your anticipation improves, and you get into position faster.
Try with a circle of players, bouncing off the floor in the centre, in pairs - or against a wall.
For younger children (U-8s), try our larger and softer Reaction Ball or Giant Space Ball.