KikaFlik is an eye hand coordination activity designed for use by children and adults with neurological, balance, or motor disabilities. The toy consists of a lever-type board with a pivot positioned at one-third of its length. It used with a stamping down action on the short end, which causes the board to flex. When the long end flexes upward, a soft ball dropped in the center timing channel springs into the air. The user then catches, kicks, or heads the ball or strikes it with a bat or racquet. The activity develops hand/eye or foot/eye coordination, balance, ball skills, and social skills. It enhances motor, cognitive, psychological and social functioning. It can be used as a trainer in sports such as baseball, tennis, football, and soccer. KikaFlik can be used independently or in groups or teams. Each KikaFlik comes with three soft balls of different sizes to be used according to age and ability.